Meridian Bank House of the Week: ‘If I Were a (Rich)boro Man!’

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15 Chelsea Circle, Richboro.

Early in Act 1 of the musical Fiddler on the Roof, poor dairyman Tevye sings “If I Were a Rich Man,” dreaming of a life of means and luxury. In the tune, he describes his ideal property: “There would be one long staircase just going up; And one even longer coming down… .”

With a residential wish list like that, 15 Chelsea Circle, Richboro, would be just his thing.

This 1988-built custom home (and its numerous staircases) is eye-popping right from the entrance.

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Golde, Tevye’s spirited wife, would understandably find this kitchen to die for.

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The library-office? A dream spot for Tevye, who also sang about his desire to “discuss the holy books … seven hours every day.”

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Not sure what a simple dairyman would do with a pool table, but this home’s got one. And speaking of pool, the backyard holds the swimming variety, connected to the master bedroom by a catwalk.

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15 Chelsea Circle, Richboro, lists for $1,500,000, a lot in milk sales for a poor dairyman but a wise acquisition to someone whose budget it fits.

For more information on this property, see Realtor.com.

For other listings in the Meridian Bank House of the Week village, see the BUCKSCO Today archives.

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