This sophisticated residence, steeped in Upper Bucks County history, is halting in its style. A foundation of Nockamixon Township community life in c.1873, the restoration has resulted in an urban loft-like ambiance. Artistic design integrates original details from the remarkable interior made luminous by light streaming through arched stained glass windows. Drama and reverence fuse in the great room with 15 foot ceilings and the step-up dining room with 13 foot tall built-ins, together creating a fabulous setting for entertaining. The efficiently-designed high-end stainless kitchen with concrete counters opens to the flagstone terrace and gardens. Upstairs is the main bedroom with vaulted ceiling and bath. The loft family room looks down to the great room over a notable Samuel Yellin ironwork railing from the historic Packard Building in Philadelphia. Outside the manicured grounds are embellished with original wrought iron fence and a garden shed taking design cues from the house. An architectural indulgence sited on 1.5 landscaped acres is only 80 minutes from NYC and 65 to Philadelphia.