Oberhuber Farm, an 1866 Stone Farmhouse in Plumstead Township offered by Dorey R.E.
- September 23, 2021
- By Staff Writers
DOYLESTOWN, Pa.--Tucked away on a quiet street, set on almost 3 acres, Oberhuber Farm, 1866 Stone Farmhouse in Plumstead Township, retains the charm of a bygone era while upgrades and additions make it perfectly suited for modern life.
A spacious foyer is the entry to the three-story, six bedroom home, replete with high ceilings, deep-silled windows, crown moldings and chair railings.
Four wood-burning fireplaces, office space, and a first-floor laundry are welcome amenities.
A large living room, a spacious family room and a formal dining room are perfect for entertaining or just quiet nights at home.
The kitchen offers bluestone floors, granite countertops and stainless appliances, with a bright and airy breakfast room and a butler’s pantry for extra storage and prep space.
Upstairs, the primary suite includes two closets, built-in storage and a luxurious en suite bath with jacuzzi tub.
Four more bedrooms share a hall bath, while the third floor bedroom has an attached sitting area.
Outside, the in-ground swimming pool is surrounded by lush grasses and specimen plantings, with a nearby pool house.
A detached garage with an exercise room, a large bank barn and multiple storage buildings are brimming with potential.
The three-bedroom cottage house is perfect for extended family, guests, or even work space, with a full kitchen and laundry facilities.
Conveniently located near downtown Doylestown, and in close proximity to commuter routes to Philadelphia and NYC.
For a tour, contact Kelly Burland: (610) 248-3490, at Carol C. Dorey Real Estate: (610)346-8800, or visit doreyrealestate.com/outlyingacres