Perched Next to the Delaware River, This Home Near Bucks County Offers Tranquil Living

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The home is situated on the Delaware River in close proximity to Bucks County.

A riverside redoubt in Stockton is a weekend’s getaway house that you could comfortably live in all year without disrupting your Philadelphia region job routine – especially if you work in Bucks County, writes Sandy Smith for the Philadelphia Magazine.

The house is directly across the Delaware River from Bucks County. From the residence, you can travel to Doylestown in less than 30 minutes and even sooner to New Hope.

Eagle’s Bluff is a 1950s contemporary house that got a makeover in 2016 that took it to the next level. This is both figuratively and literally, as the rebuild raised the main level to one floor above the ground to make it less susceptible to flooding.

The house now stands on a stone foundation and concrete columns.

The ground level clad in stone is home to a four-car garage and a sunroom with a hot tub in it.

The main floor features an open-plan great room, a spacious kitchen with a dining area, guest bedroom, and a wraparound deck.

Meanwhile, the primary bedroom suite and a third bedroom can be found on the top floor.

The house is listed for $1,379,000.

Read more about the home in the Philadelphia Magazine.


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