Price Adjustment! Three plus acres in Council Rock School District! Modern day farmhouse with historic past in Wycombe Village. A comfortable blend of antique charm flows effortlessly through this restored and expanded three bedroom, 2.5 bath home. Located on a delightful 3.22 acres, perennial gardens of lilies, peonies and roses are found along the stone retaining walls. A flagstone patio leads to the standing seam covered porch. Stepping inside, the traditional keeping room offers a stone fireplace and wood burning stove, deep set windows and exposed beams. The adjacent kitchen was remodeled in 2013. Striking soap stone counters, exposed beams, and stone walls serve as a backdrop to dining. Pull a chair up to the 100 yr old reclaimed barn wood counter set against the brick fireplace. Cooks will love the under cabinet lighting, 36 inch farm house sink and stainless steel appliances. The Great Room is a dramatic space renovated in 2004 by local craftsman Ray Tomlinson. The spacious room features a stone fireplace featuring Bucks County quarried red stone, nine foot ceilings, exposed stone walls beside the staircase, a renovated powder room, and French doors leading to the deck. Upstairs the main bedroom has a balcony and over sized walk in closet. The remodeled en suite bath offers a double bowl vanity, large seamless glass shower, and tile floors. Two additional nice size bedrooms have ample closet space, random width hardwood floors, and views of the creek. A charming upstairs landing retains its vintage charm with pumpkin pine floors, a fourth stone fireplace, and pie stairs to one of the two floored attics. Pocket doors lead to the second remodeled full bath. Thoughtful updates can be found throughout the house with new flooring, Marvin windows, updated plumbing and electrical. The septic system was replaced with a drip system in 2003. Two outbuildings were added to store garden tools, tractors, and toys. The iconic Wycombe Train Station is less than one mile away. Council Rock Schools. A little piece of paradise in Central Bucks County!