00 McNeal RoadDoylestown, Pennsylvania18902United States
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For the modern-design enthusiast, “Meadowlark” is an opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind, glass, wood and stone home in a very private 36.87-acre setting just outside historical Carversville village. Using the services of nationally recognized,...
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For the modern-design enthusiast, “Meadowlark” is an opportunity to create a one-of-a-kind, glass, wood and stone home in a very private 36.87-acre setting just outside historical Carversville village. Using the services of nationally recognized, locally based design-build firm, PASTELLA / BURNS, the buyer will have the pleasure of living in a clean-lined, organic residence that borrows from both classic mid-century architecture and the vernacular barns of the region. The emphasis is on interior and exterior living spaces that connect via broad, sliding glass doors and picture windows on all sides. The interior is awash in natural light. It is open, yet defined. The simplicity of the finishes conveys an “everything in its place” serenity. The fixtures, from appliances to lighting, faucets and more, will be best in class. The elevator accesses all floors. A central chimney stack means a two-sided fireplace is ready and waiting for winter gatherings. Private quarters will be en suite, including an expansive first-floor owner’s suite and three bedrooms on the second floor. Just outside, in a courtyard-style setting, is a pool and spa. A three-car garage is also planned with the potential for five-car accommodation underground. For those who value privacy and want a legacy home suitable for year-round use, Meadowlark is an ideal opportunity. The setting feels rural except that New Hope and Doylestown are each 10 minutes away, as is Lumberville with its famed Black Bass Hotel, Lumberville General Store and footbridge to New Jersey, as well as the canal path along the Delaware River.