In the charming village of Stockton, near the scenic Delaware River, there once was a home that needed a lot of love. A magical transformation has occurred, and a lovely home has emerged. The vision started with acclaimed architect Max Hayden. Working within the rules FEMA had placed on properties near the river, the home was first raised to satisfy their requirements then completely reworked. The result is gorgeous, with an open floor plan, brand new kitchen addition with sunroom eating area, practical laundry space, a master bedroom addition with vaulted ceiling and doors to your own balcony, wrap around porch. Everything is new: electrical, siding, windows, appliances, heating, air conditioning. There is a grand bathroom upstairs with a double vanity, subway tiled shower and gorgeous soaking tub. On the main floor there is another bathroom with a small but functional shower. The kitchen features all kinds of practical storage, with pull out drawers and other cabinets that use the space wisely. Appliances from the GE Cafe line and textured granite, dark against the light cabinets make for a stunning result. Besides the master bedroom, there are two other good sized bedrooms and a smaller one, an office or nursery (or amazing walk in closet?)There is a basement level but due to the 100 year flood plain, and FEMA regulations, you cannot store anything of value there. There is a lot of closet space plus attic space for storage. There are additional outbuildings including a one car garage. Lot is level and would lend itself to a garden. One thing that remains from the original farm house is a set of pocket doors between two of the living spaces, so charming. This home sits on nearly a half acre, and is one block away from the fabulous Stockton Market and is adjacent to the Delaware and Raritan Canal State Park. There are opportunities for all kinds of activities including jogging, biking, kayaking and walking. The famous Stockton Inn is a block or so away. Lambertville is 2.6 miles, New Hope less than 3 miles. This could be a year round home or a weekend getaway, close to all the beautiful sites in Central New Jersey/Bucks County.