Charming Bucks County cottage channels chic SOHO loft. This adorable house, dating back to the 1850's, is nestled in the picturesque village of Carversville. Inside, exposed stone walls and original timber beams have been joyfully married to sleek, industrial design to create exceptional living spaces that are worthy of the top architectural magazines. From the traditional facade, one is immediately struck by the sculptural steel staircase with reclaimed oak, creating a centerpiece that seamlessly connects and anchors the home, allowing light to penetrate throughout. On one side of the staircase is the extraordinary kitchen, featuring marble countertops, bespoke joinery and European appliances. Opposite, and in full view through the open stair, is the large dining space, perfect for elegant dinner parties. To the rear of these spaces, you will find a cozy sitting room that features a contemporary gas fire, juxtaposed with the traditional stone fireplace that provides a reminder of the homes heritage. A powder room and mud room with laundry completes the main level. Upstairs features an additional loft like sitting room with exposed beams and vaulted ceilings. Providing wonderful light throughout the day, the space can easily be converted to a new master bedroom, in addition to the existing bedrooms. Upstairs is completed by a gorgeous tile bathroom with a large glass framed shower. Other features include a newly completed bluestone terrace for outdoor dining, a studio with a stone fireplace, and a classic red barn that has potential to be converted into an office or additional living space. Past the barn, you'll find stunning pastoral views. Carversville is known as one of the most beautiful villages in Bucks County, with a strong sense of community. The Carversville grocery store is a short walk down the hill, where locals pick up their morning coffee and croissants, plus gourmet lunches. Across from the store is the Carversville Inn for drinks and dining. Carversville is only 90 minutes from New York, and less than an hour from Philadelphia.