One of the most historically significant houses in Langhorne, this lovely Federal style home has been meticulously maintained and thoughtfully updated. Originally built by the Richardson family, the home had once been part of a 70 acre tract. Later known as Bonnie Brae Farm, the Taylor family undertook early restorations of the large farmhouse. Today, the home still maintains many of the architectural details of its early history, yet manages to be a home perfectly suited for today's lifestyle. Large rooms with an open floorplan uncommon in many historic homes provides the space and flow desired by many of today's buyers. Recent improvements include roof (2015), remodeled baths with radiant heating (main, guest and powder room), central air(2009-one system), extensive landscaping, restored plasterwork and custom painting throughout, replaced kitchen counters, remodeled third floor bath, insulation and cedar boards on third floor rec room ceiling, new gutters, rebuilt chimney, replaced cladding on dormers. The open floorplan on the main level allows the owner to have flexible use of the space. The living room can be visually divided into two spaces - to allow for a more formal dining space, or, as the current owners desire a more relaxed entertaining style, the dining area is currently incorporated into the spacious family room. The large butler's pantry, allows for easy access to both spaces and provides extensive storage. The large yard is perfect for entertaining, with many mature plantings and specimen trees. A custom two car garage provides an additional workshop as well as upper level storage. Although the house is situated in a development that has a Homeowner's Association, the property is exempt, however, the current owners voluntarily pay the annual dues.