Conveniently located off exit 45 from interstate 78, 95.5 miles west of Newark International Airport. 7.2 acres of meadow, pastures, woods and two streams, south facing slopes. Features brick/siding main house, 3 bedrooms, two full baths, two stairways, wood stove and a wood pellet stove and a summer kitchen. Outbuildings include a two story carriage house, a two and a half story bank barn with two horse stalls, an old coop building, and a shop building off parking pad. The barn has water and electric. The property has black walnut, Kentucky coffee bean, pine, sycamore, river birch, and cypress trees. Bird watchers will appreciate migratory hawks, blue heron, and a good variety of song and tree clinging birds. Also on the property is a park like setting with fire pit. A foot bridge crosses a tributary (to the Mill Creek) in the front of the property. Part of the Mill Creek is on the property's back side. Riparian rights include use of water for the large garden behind the house. The property has nice views at different points, especially on top of the hill. Property is in clean and green conditionally since it is fewer than 10 acres. $2,000 agricultural revenue per year keeps the property in clean and green. The homestead was originally built in late 1800's by Mr. Kroninger for his daughter. The carriage house was used as a horse buggy paint and repair shop by Daniel Saul, for the property was on the route from Kutztown to Fogelsville. The Saul family and descendants owned the property until the 1980s. A Saul was the last teacher at the local one-room school house, when it closed in the late 1950s/early 1960s. The property is in the hamlet, now named, Eagle Point, formally Kroningersville. Kroninger's original homestead is just across the street.