With a stately presence reminiscent of a fine English country house, this stone manor represents exceptional historical craftsmanship and grand scale rarely found in Bucks County's 18th-century homes. Dating to 1751 with many additions and improvements throughout its centuries-long history, this residence showcases expertly pointed fieldstone construction surrounded by simple but precise landscaping and hardscaping. Inside, it is a 15-room, move-in-ready masterpiece, at once formal ? ceilings in some rooms are unusually high and the millwork is exquisite ? yet so inviting. Sun pours through windows onto wide-plank wood floors. Touches of exposed stone in its casual living spaces contrast with raised paneling and a marble-surround fireplace in the formal living room and an expansive formal dining room. Note the classically Federal-style handrail and its delicately tapered spindles on the main stairwell in the wide foyer. Gather around the stone fireplace in the casual dining/family room area in winter or step outside via French doors to a patio for summer entertaining. Private quarters include a main bedroom suite with fireplace and timeless, updated bath with marble floor, marble-topped double vanity and seamless glass-enclosed shower. Three additional bedrooms all are a good size. Two additional upstairs full baths also are updated in a classic manner. Well maintained with slate roofs, brick chimneys and the convenience of modern systems including central air, this is a perfect choice for the person who wants the enduring quality of historical construction along with the freshness newer homes offer. A three-car carriage house-style garage, and, not to be overlooked, some of Solebury's most treasured country views complete this distinguished offering.