One of the best barn conversions in Bucks County! Design concept and implementation by renowned Princeton architect, Rolf W Bauhan. This astounding residence was crafted from distinctive, period materials complimented by modern updates. Set near Buckingham's Burnt House Hill bridge and surrounded by beautifully restored historic properties, this 200-year-old, 4-story residence offers 5,500 square feet of warmth, character and romance. Amenities on the 2 acres include a 900 square foot ranch cottage with fireplace, a 2-story, 2-bay carriage house, a large heated shop building and a drive-in corn crib. The house has three fireplaces, stone walls, exposed beams, all wood floors and lots of French doors. It has a new Balderas furnace with 8 zones and propane cooking in the recently renovated dine-in kitchen with marble counters, Viking gas cooktop, Sub-Zero refrigerator, gas and electric ovens and hand painted floor. A gorgeous library feautures built-in shelves with rolling ladder and a mezzanine has a custom gothic railing. Exterior features include a 900 gallon Koi pond, iron fencing, courtyard, covered terrace and stone stairways. A true architectural masterpiece.