Crosscreeks, Circa 1760, is a meticulously restored Bucks County stone farmhouse located in the quaint village of Point Pleasant, just a few miles' drive along the scenic Delaware River to New Hope, making it an ideal weekend getaway home or spacious enough for a full time residence. The large living room is welcoming with stone fireplace, beautiful random width wood floors, beamed ceiling, and deepset windowsills. The gourmet kitchen is a chef's delight featuring granite counter tops, Viking range, SubZero refrigerator, and tile flooring. A large and inviting dining room area with exposed stone walls and built-in cabinetry is perfect for family gatherings or quiet dinners for two. The sunny family room with French doors overlooking the patio and lawn could also be used as a main floor bedroom suite with full renovated bath. A winding staircase leads to two bedrooms, one with a working fireplace. Exquisitely landscaped on 1.5 park-like acres, the property overlooks Geddes Run Creek. Minutes from New Hope and Lambertville where one finds the finest dining, shopping, art galleries, walking trails, parks, and all that Bucks County offers. Come escape where "the living is easy."