4 RunnemedeNew Hope, Pennsylvania18938United States
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River’s Edge Townhome. Situated high above the Historic Town of New Hope and the Delaware River, the Village II community is named after the famous artists’ haven, Greenwich Village, in NYC. It was built to entice cool and interesting people to...
River’s Edge Townhome. Situated high above the Historic Town of New Hope and the Delaware River, the Village II community is named after the famous artists’ haven, Greenwich Village, in NYC. It was built to entice cool and interesting people to move to beautiful Bucks County and New Hope. It worked and it is still one of the more popular destinations in our area, attracting people tired of the hustle and bustle of big cities, looking for some green open space and peace and quiet without letting go of the necessities and conveniences of modern society of today. Enter this two-bedroom home through your own private courtyard, surrounded by privacy fence, gate and a flower bed filled with perennial plants and flowers, a perfect spot to hang out with your summer morning coffee. The home has an open floor plan concept where the kitchen, living room and dining area flow together. The spacious kitchen is painted in warm colors with a small step down into the kitchen work area, offering a large oversized countertop, perfect for the chef in the family to try that new recipe while your guests seated in the bar stools can rate your new culinary creations. The kitchen flows into the large living room/dining room. The living room’s wood burning fireplace is flanked by a wall of windows overlooking your private patio and the wooded area behind the home. The funky spiral staircase will take you to the second floor, the main bedroom has a walk-in closet and access to the third floor finished bonus room which currently is set up as workout/yoga flexspace but has so many other possible uses. The second bedroom shares a full hallway bathroom with a scrumptious two-person stall shower. The spacious back patio was recently added and is a great spot for an evening barbecue or a lazy afternoon, maybe with your latest read or simply watching the local “wildlife” strolling by. The community offers resort style pools and amenities and is within walking distance to New Hope, Lambertville and the Delaware River, no need to find a parking spot downtown. The area, with fabulous restaurants, shops theatre and music, has for a long time been home to many respected artists and writers as well as other renowned creatives. You will see why once you start to explore the area. This is a great home for either a full time resident or a weekender, if you commute the buses will take you right into Manhattan, you are never far from all the major Northeast roadways to get you either south towards Philadelphia (50 min) or North towards Manhattan (90 min) and Boston.