Historic, authentic stone 2.5 story German farmhouse in beautiful Bucks County. Constructed in the mid-1750's, this unique architectural gem has been refurbished over the years to historic artisan quality finish, but with all of the modern amenities tastefully added that you would want, including dual high-efficiency heat pump/AC systems, granite countertops, sanded and refinished wide-plank wood flooring, massive and architecturally interesting open wood beams and joists, huge walk-in fireplace, high ceilings, master bath, four bedrooms- 2.5 baths, first floor laundry room, mud room, etc. This 24.4 acre property is a perfect gentlemen's farm, with quiet back fields and wooded areas that offer privacy, valuable timber, open spaces and room to roam, hunt or enjoy, and yet it is very convenient to all major arteries. The fully documented Deed history and burial records dating back to the 1750's verify its origin to America's Colonial period The original owner fought in the Revolutionary War, and his son was a convicted member of the Fries Rebellion (also known as the Second American Revolution) and was spared/pardoned by President John Adams! A newer built detached 2-Story stone constructed garage/barn with an open 670 SqFt 2nd floor with massive post and beam trusses, a fireplace and electricity offers potential extra living/office space or barn-style parties. This is an absolute must see historic stone farmhouse and property. The property in under PA Act 319 for lower taxes, but there are no open space restrictions.