Meridian Bank House of the Week: Vintage Newtown Farmhouse with All the Modern Bells and Whistles

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10 Vintage Farm Ln, Newtown, PA
Image via Realtor.com.

A circa 1846 luxury estate on 4.5 acres of manicured landscape in Newtown ready to welcome new owners. The four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home still features its traditional farmhouse roots, but the interior has been given an integrated contemporary style in a series of phased renovations stretching from 2006-2009.

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The foyer is an immediate visual cue that guests are entering somewhere special. The white walls and woodwork highlight the vintage flooring.

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The main level features an outrageously well planned gourmet kitchen with custom cabinetry, built-in designer appliances, reclaimed wood floors, full-wall stone fireplace, granite countertops, and French doors leading to the covered flagstone patio.

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The main level’s formal dining room has an adjoining butler’s pantry. The original walk-in cooking fireplace remains and has been converted to gas.

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The second level provides ample living space, a sumptuous bathroom, and balcony access for master residents.

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.Other notable features of the home’s interior include a temperature controlled wine cellar. This quiet, tucked away space was formally the milk vault and spring cellar that connected to the original hand-dug spring-fed well.

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Outbuildings include a garage with personal gym and the original barn with two-car garage for automotive use or as added storage.

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From any of the multiple terraces, patios, and balconies, one can fully admire the very private, expanded infinity pool with separate circular spa. Firepit seating overlooks the expansive back yard, with all grounds tastefully enhanced by exceptional specimen plantings and elegant rows of sturdy medium- to large-caliper trees.

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This one-of-a-kind respite at 10 Vintage Farm Lane, Newtown, lists for $2,975,000.

More information is at Realtor.com.

Other Meridian Bank house of the week listings are available in the Bucksco Today archive.

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