Meridian Bank House of the Week: A Craftsman-Style Doylestown Home with No Reason to Tool Around With

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401 Linden, Avenue Doylestown

Past editions of BUCKCO.Today’s House of the Week features have highlighted local homes that go back centuries. They provide plenty of vintage charm, often with preserved elements from the 19th, 18th, or even 17th Centuries.

But for the new-home shopper seeking an interesting blend of retro and current, the Craftsman-style house at 401 Linden Avenue, Doylestown, is one to consider.

Built in 2019 (it’s still in its toddler years!), this opportunity is a five-bedroom, three-story beauty.

The front entry is covered by a welcoming porch wide enough for chairs or even a two-person swing.

Once guests step across the threshold, a bright and comfortable living room invites them to come in and stay a while.

The eat-in kitchen has custom cabinets, extensive storage, a double oven, and a gas stove. Hosts who tire of being relegated to the galley while guests enjoy themselves elsewhere won’t face that here; the open concept allows for conversation to continue even during meal prep.

Upstairs (accessible by traditional staircase or in-home elevator), the master suite’s bathroom has heated floors and a huge, walk-in closet.

The two-car garage has a bonus room over it; the present owners fashioned this as a home gym, but it could just as easily transition into another bedroom, a kids’ playroom, a home office, or a nook for arts and crafts, sewing, or any other hobby.

Out back is a blue-stone patio with a dry stacked stone wall and tranquil water feature.

401 Linden Avenue, Doylestown, has an asking price of $2,495,000.

Additional details on its many features can be sought out at

More Bucks County homes for sale are profiled in other postings of the Meridian Bank House of the Week.