To fully appreciate the views and character that fill this outstanding residence requires a visit to this iconic Bucks County property. One of the area's prettiest, most notable riverfront homes, this 18th-century stone house has been updated and expanded over its long history to offer light-filled interiors. Its picture windows frame mesmerizing, direct water views. Inside, the textures and quality that are hallmarks of historical construction create a rich living environment: architectural millwork, a marble floor, a large fireplace and beamed ceilings ? their light color and patina are smoothly finished with bead detailing ? add an air of formality to the main living room. Even more dramatic is the vaulted-ceiling great room, with exposed trusses, a wood floor and a stunning Palladian window. Built-ins line one end of the room, making it well suited for a variety of uses. The kitchen is a sun-filled, inviting space, well designed with a vaulted ceiling with skylights, natural-finish wood cabinetry, granite countertops, polished oak floors with stone inlay, an angled island with bar seating, pro-grade appliances and to the rear, a separate room that serves as a large butler's pantry and additional prep area topped in granite. A cozy formal dining room with exposed stone wall and an additional sitting room with corner fireplace complete the main floor. The rich visuals continue in the main bedroom suite with a vaulted ceiling, Palladian-window dormer and French doors to a Juliette balcony with Chippendale-style railing. The full bath is finished in neutral tones and again offers lovely natural light along with a corner tub/shower and two pedestal sinks. There are three additional bedrooms and hall bath. Outside, the 1.98-acre property has beautifully hardscaped grounds, terraces offering enchanting water views and enough garden/lawn area to putter but not so much as to overwhelm a reluctant gardener. Schedule a tour and see for yourself the interplay among formal and fun, historical and new, at this outstanding Bucks County home.