If you are looking for something profoundly unique and special in Bucks County, look no further. This Bucks County stone home with 4-5 bedrooms and 3 full baths was once Fretz's Pants Factory and has been converted into an amazing residence.This once-booming pants factory was built in 1920 and can easily be seen as part of the roaring 20's scene. The sizable addition was completed in 1950. The current owner has spared no expense when updating and renovating this amazing historical building that could be easily chosen for Architectural Digest. The new oversized windows with deep sills, exposed stone walls, vaulted, and extra high ceilings, and original doors add to the authenticity of the building. As you enter the home, you can choose to take a few steps to the upper level or a few steps to go down to the lower level. Each level of the home is approximately 3,960 sq ft. On the upper level is a large custom kitchen with beautiful cabinets made by a local custom crafts man. The kitchen boasts loads of recessed lighting, a built-in refrigerator, a separate pantry, an abundance of cabinets with drawers, and glass. An oversized kitchen island with pendant lighting has seating for 4-6 and is open to the loft-style space with high ceilings, tons of windows, and room abounding for all of your guests. The dining area is spacious and open to the living/family room with lots of natural light, small propane fireplace, and a cozy space for reading or just relaxing. A sun-filled office has french doors going out to the balcony where you can enjoy your morning coffee. The upper level also offers 4 bedrooms, each with its own personality. Enter the master bedroom suite through the double door entrance where you will encounter a halogen (electric) fireplace, two spacious walk-in closets, and a master bathroom. The master bath is exquisitely equipped with a stand-alone jetted tub and oversized ceramic tile shower with multiple shower heads. Bedroom two offers an additional platform area in front of the large windows for yoga, gym equipment, or additional bed space. Bedrooms three and four are each spacious and unique. The hall bath has exposed stone walls, a vanity with a vessel sink,and a glass-enclosed shower. Lastly on this level is the conveniently located laundry closet. The entire upper level offers radiant heat under the original maple wood flooring. On your way down to the lower level is another full bath for the convenience of both levels. On the lower level, you will discover polished concrete floors, an abundance of windows, stone walls, and space galore. Walls were built but can be easily removed if you are looking for wide-open space. This level has endless possibilities. Space will never be an issue, this area is a blank canvas waiting for your ideas. Currently, there is a huge gaming area, TV space, studio, sitting area, and workout space. Another room could be perfectas a den/library or potential fifth bedroom. For the car enthusiast, this lower level could potentially be converted back to a garage or a showroom with an awesome man cave. A utility room with a sink and freezer space can easily be converted to a nicely sized laundry room. Lastly, find a one-car garage with a kitchenette for all those messy projects and or outdoor parties. This property also allows for potential mixed-use/commercial possibilities if you are wanting the lower level to be more than just additional living space. Truly a "one of a kind" property, sitting proudly on an acre lot, backing up to 25 acres of farmland for that true Bucks County feel.
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