A beautiful sprawling farmhouse dating back to the late 1700s sits atop this 3.54 acre property abutting Park Creek. The immaculately maintained farmhouse includes an original, working walkin oven/fire place, stone wash table from 1738, and many other unique built-ins and craftsmanship marking the settlement era. The main house has Shaker shingles and boasts a bright kitchen, with glass front custom cabinets, book-shelves, double-ovens, and butcher-block island. Eat in the sunny breakfast room, with windows on three sides, or in the formal dining room which has a real working fireplace, one of three total on the first floor. A beehive oven and an original stone wash table are located in a sitting room, a perfect place to relax and reflect on the beauty of the property. A usable and comfortable office space doubles as a hallway for guests to make their way to the large formal living room with an over-sized working fireplace, an entrance to a serene screened-in porch, and a handcrafted staircase leading to the upstairs quarters. Four bedrooms grace the second floor, one more welcoming and cozier than the next. The master bedroom has gorgeous ceilings with exposed beams, a bathroom and dressing room and two closets. Hardwood floors, storage and bathrooms are additional pluses for this colonial home, not the norm for the time period it was originally constructed. On the third floor, additional sleeping quarters and another full bath make the total count six bedrooms. This is truly a one-of-a-kind property in sought after Horsham School District. Minutes to Route 309 and PA T-Pike, shopping, restaurants, parks, schools and train.
From PA Turnpike - Take Route 309 North. Exit at Welsh Road Exit onto Lower State Road. Foxtail Farm is on the right