Come and see what Architectural Digest, Fine Gardening Magazine, The Philadelphia Inquirer, and the Royal Horticultural Society Magazine are raving about! Cedaridge Farm has been a landmark of Bucks county since 1791, and is a naturalist dream! Privacy and open space is guaranteed for generations to come due to the surrounding deed restrictive farms and park land that the property is nestled in. This property is two parcels being sold together as one. The first parcel is 12 acres and has the main home, barn, and guest cottage, and the other parcel makes up the remaining 8 acres with large ranch-house. The main home is a monument to times past with its amazing riverstone fireplaces, stone walls, wide plank flooring, and exposed beams. This farmhouse has so many beautiful features such as the colonial wood encased zinc soaking tub, French plumbing fixtures, and sleeping porch with amazing views of the surrounding gardens from sunrooms on each side of the house. The large 3 bedroom ranch home on the other parcel was architect designed and features an amazing fireplace that ties the entire home together. Exploring the grounds of the property, you will find a slate-roofed Colonial springhouse, slate-roof tool shed, Victorian-style gazebo, two wooden bridges, and an amazing array of natural beauty that you have to see to believe. Amazing views of Haycock Mountain and Ralph Stover Park System. Nature trails that lead to the Tohicken Creek. One and a half hours from New York City and one hour from both Philadelphia and Newark airports. The two parcels are connected and each have their own driveways on separate sides of the property. Open spaces would be perfect for a horse farm or agriculture enthusiast.