Henry Hartzell House
Bucks County, PA
- 4 BR, 2 Baths
- 1.09 acres
- Walk-in Fireplace (3 total)
- Main floor bedroom
- Wide-plank floors throughout
- Re-pointed Stone exterior
- Straight staircase
- Original crown molding
- Deep window sills
- Beamed ceilings
- 2-car heated Detached Garage
Enter one of the nineteenth-century's earliest
stone houses in Bucks County known as the Henry Hartzell House, documented
by the Heritage Conservancy. According to Wikipiedia, Bethlehem Pike began
as a Native American path called the Minsi Trail which developed into a
colonial highway called the King's Road in the 1760s, connecting
Philadelphia with Bethlehem.
Surprising in an 1810 residence, you will find a straight staircase and a large foyer usually associated with manor houses. And that's not all: other architectural details identify with the 18th century: two corner fireplaces in the living room (originally two rooms); a large walk-in fireplace with shutters in the kitchen; a hand-rail built into the stairway wall.
Beautiful beamed ceilings throughout, extra-wide plank ceilings on the second level (from the attic), deep window sills, wood floors, original crown molding are just some of the features preserving this house's integrity. An en-suite bedroom on the main floor could be used as a dining room.
Additionally, a two-story garage provides welcome workshop space, with heat, extra electric outlets, and insulation. Less than an hour from Philadelphia.
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