Meridian Bank House of the Week: A Real Estate BOGO in Pipersville

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77-87 Mount Airy Rd, Pipersville
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77-87 Mount Airy Rd, Pipersville

The chance to buy two homes in Pipersville for one price may be just the thing for an entrepreneurial Bucks County investor seeking new properties.

The BOGO possibilities of 77 and 87 Mount Airy Road are endless: A new home for the family and a separate residence for grandparents or married children. Or a spot for a Bucks County relo with an income-producing B&B or Airbnb nook right nearby.

In any case, the pair of homes are distinct, comfy, and beautifully crafted.

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87 Mount Airy Road is the smaller of the two properties, but it nonetheless has plenty of appeal. The one-bedroom, one-bath guest house sits on an attractive 7.4 acre lot.

It also offers a separate building, ideal for a quiet office or additional guest space.

The interior has soaring 24-foot pine ceilings and an impressive stone fireplace.

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The kitchen’s island, set with its own sink, is designed for efficiency and convenience. The pass-through to the den makes for easy serving during informal gatherings, such as watching a Sunday afternoon football game or family movie night.

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Both whimsical and perhaps a bit romantic, a spiral staircase is a unique way to get to the second floor.

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Loft bedroom is, at the same time, rustic and elegant.

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The associated guest house can be configured as workspace, as shown, or a dwelling. It has a powder room along with a lower-level designed to serve as a wine room. Residents or guests can enjoy every modern comfort, including central air and a whole-house generator.

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77 Mount Airy Road

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.77 Mount Airy, the main home, combines panoramic Delaware River views and the total privacy of a 16.9-acre lot, resulting in one of the most stunning properties in Bucks County.

The architects knew that the views from the interior of this house would be breathtaking at any hour of the day and any month of the year; therefore, it was designed to maximize access to the vistas nearby. The plentiful windows, offset by natural wood framing, fill each room with the beauty of the great outdoors.

The living room and dining room flow effortlessly from each other.

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The expansive, well-designed cook’s kitchen with island provides plentiful storage and top-grade appliances. Take in views of the river with your morning coffee while at the kitchen table or from the screened porch, sure to be a favorite relaxation spot.

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Families can enjoy what may be the home’s best feature — its natural setting — year round. Certainly in summers, the pool will get plenty of use. But even on chilly fall or winter evenings, the full stone fireplace at 87 Mount Airy keeps the bluestone terrace comfortable.

The kaleidoscopic change of season can be appreciated daily from the high elevation and endless sightlines. Across the Delaware River, spots of interest include the Devil’s Tea Table, a geologic wonder with cultural significance on the New Jersey side.

The lot also contains a four-bay pole barn with a workshop.

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77 and 87 Mount Airy Road are being offered together for the price of $3,695,000.

They are, however, available separately.

More information on this one-of-a-kind opportunity is at Realtor.com.

Additional editions of the Meridian Bank House of the Week are in the BUCKSCO Today archives.

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