Located just above the charming village of Carversville, close to New Hope and Doylestown, picturesque Fleecydale Road, one of Bucks County’s most scenic, winds to this architectural masterpiece—beautifully designed by Frank Weise and renovated by Robert Goodwin. The setting is a patch of paradise, towering over streams and waterfalls on 4+ protected acres with views that stretch out from every dramatic window, deck, and terrace. Every room of this home has been completed with the strictest attention to detail with great respect for the surrounding expanse of nature. New systems, new windows, a new kitchen, and most importantly, a new philosophical vision that retained the stunning architectural elements and angularity of the original design, resurrected this home’s soul. At this home’s heart is a custom, handcrafted kitchen and adjoining great room with a floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace that opens to an oversized terrace. The custom primary suite has its own deck, private bathroom, and his and her closets. Two other bedrooms also have private outdoor spaces and en suite bathrooms. The fourth bedroom, off of the mudroom, is ideal for guests, home office or den. With the Bucks County area peppered with artisans, weekends can be spent perusing local outdoor markets, galleries, and shops when not entertaining. Surrounded by pristine woodlands, waterfalls, and the creek, the setting is the ideal place to call home. This home is a must-see!