Over 300 years old and full of quintessential Bucks County charm& history, this fieldstone home on over 3 acres in Washington Crossing is a beauty. Enter through the formal front door which has dentil carved moldings done by colonial French carpenters and into the long foyer that goes to the back of the house. It immediately impresses with hardwood floors, colonial hardware, period molding, deep window sils, all of which can be found throughout. To the right is the formal Living Room and continue to the library with 2 walls of built in bookcases, both room with original raised panel wood mantels over Rumpford style fireplaces with dentil carved moldings. The formal Dining Room has wonderful natural light with and is a great size for entertaining. The Kitchen offers granite counters, freshly painted cabinets, 6 burner stove and double oven. The staircase is graceful with 2 landings and sophisticated rail. On the 2nd floor there are 2 Bedrooms, a Hall Bath, ample closets and a Master suite complete with a sitting area and a private Bath. The 3rd floor contains even more living space with a Bedroom with gorgeous exposed stonewall, a large flex space which could easily serve as a 5th Bedroom, an office and an expansive storage Room. Other highlights; Laundry/Mud room with exposed stone wall, root cellar with stone stairs, beaded trim on windows with backband window seats on all 1st & 2nd fl windows, original random width pumpkin pine hardwood floors, full house backup electrical generator with large capacity propane tank with 3 day supply and 8-10 ft ceilings on 1st& 2nd Fl.