Meridian Bank House of the Week: A Warrington Property Supportive of Your Teenagers’ Rock Band Dreams

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1415 Guinea Lane, Warrington.

If your teens dream of launching a guy group or girl band and becoming the ‘next big thing’ in music, the Warrington property at 1415 Guinea Lane might be the move for you.

The custom-built brick Colonial has turned staircases, hardwood floors, and cathedral ceilings throughout.

The first-floor Florida room, set as a gym here but adaptable to numerous purposes, has a skylight that brings the outdoors comfortably in.

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The bright-and-airy kitchen puts all the necessaries for meal prep, serving, and cleanup close at hand, without being cluttered.

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The master bedroom is adaptable to any style of furniture. It has ample space and a hardwood floor that’s beautiful on its own or can easily accept a stylish throw rug for a splash of color.

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And now for those budding musicians.

The finished basement has a wet bar and plenty of storage space. But it also features an interesting performance area with unique flooring and specialty lights.

Perhaps best for parental peace, this rehearsal spot is three floors away from the master bedroom.

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$750,000 will gain you the front-door key to 415 Guinea Lane, Warrington.

More information is available at Realtor.com.

And additional Bucks County properties are browsable at the Meridian Bank House of the Week archive.

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