Meridian Bank House of the Week: Quakertown Farmhouse to Which No Horse Lover Could Say Nay

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1563 Stoney Garden Road, Quakertown.

1563 Stoney Garden Road, Quakertown, is all about wide, open spaces. The home, built in 1840, sits on nearly 15 acres of secluded, beautiful land.

More, it’s in close proximity to Lake Towhee, Lake Nockamixon State Park, and Haycock Mountain. Its proximity to the trails associated with these Bucks County natural treasures make it ideal for outdoor lovers.

But buyers who are into horses have even more reason to saunter by for a look.

Many of the floor plans feature open flow from one room’s purpose to the next. Dual living rooms border the dining room, providing a more relaxed setting for grazing on dessert after a hearty meal.



The master suite is also on the first floor, saving a climb for owners who may be saddle sore.



The property includes a horse barn with a wash stall and large tack room. There’s also a German bank barn on the property, which was refurbished by Amish artisans in 2011.

But the biggest asset to this impressive home is the expanse of space it offers. Secluded. Beautiful year-round. Exuding fresh air and a fitful life that will enable its proud owner to sit tall in the saddle.



Interested parties who want more details of 1563 Stoney Garden Road, Quakertown, can mosey on over to, where its price tag ($1,175,000) and other details can be found.

Information on other properties in the Meridian Bank House of the Week corral are available in the BUCKSCO Today archive.

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