Skip Vacation and Stay Home Instead At This Countryside Retreat Property

Skip Vacation and Stay Home Instead At This Countryside Retreat Property

October 1, 2019 by Carissa Dunlap

Rustic features and contemporary details make this Doylestown home a welcoming retreat. There’s nothing quite like living in a home filled with charm—especially one that embodies an old soul and is located in the center of the small and historic area of Doylestown.

This roughly $2.44 million home, located at 5411 Carversville Road, was built in 2009 by Wolstenholme Associates, who utilized reclaimed wood of an antiquated local barn about a mile away from the four-bed, five full- and one half-bath home. “A reclaimed barn is unique in itself, but what makes this property spectacular is the cohesion of contemporary upgrades in a bucolic setting,” says Kristin McFeely, Realtor and team principal for the Philadelphia Home Collective, a team of Greater Philadelphia Realtors under real estate company Compass. Modern updates can be found in the architectural planning of the 6,330-square-foot space, along with a new geothermal heating and cooling system. The design firm maintained the beautiful craftsmanship throughout the property with exposed beams and stone walls, cathedral-like ceilings, sliding barn doors and farmhouse-style light fixtures.

The interior features wide-paneled wood and concrete flooring, with access to the upstairs in the form of a stainless steel staircase and an elevator in the silo. On the second floor, a catwalk with a built-in mahogany bookcase leads you to a grand master suite—complete with a spalike master bath that features Waterwork fixtures and a conch-style shower dressed up in multicolored mosaic tiles. Two ensuite bedrooms and an entertainment room also live on the same level. Just off the main suite is a balcony fit for at-home relaxation with a built-in fire pit that overlooks the lush gardens, heated pool, and patio below. The house is chock-full of other eye-catching features, including the gourmet kitchen—decked out with stainless steel Wolf appliances, beveled navy custom cabinets, a Venetian backsplash, and a six-burner gas range. Head out through the kitchen’s floor-to-ceiling glass-paneled doors to the patio for poolside grilling and dining alfresco. There, you can’t miss the breathtaking 11-acre views. 267.289.2693, phillyhomecollective.com













Skip Vacation and Stay Home Instead At This Countryside Retreat Property

October 1, 2019 by Carissa Dunlap

Rustic features and contemporary details make this Doylestown home a welcoming retreat. There’s nothing quite like living in a home filled with charm—especially one that embodies an old soul and is located in the center of the small and historic area of Doylestown.

This roughly $2.44 million home, located at 5411 Carversville Road, was built in 2009 by Wolstenholme Associates, who utilized reclaimed wood of an antiquated local barn about a mile away from the four-bed, five full- and one half-bath home. “A reclaimed barn is unique in itself, but what makes this property spectacular is the cohesion of contemporary upgrades in a bucolic setting,” says Kristin McFeely, Realtor and team principal for the Philadelphia Home Collective, a team of Greater Philadelphia Realtors under real estate company Compass. Modern updates can be found in the architectural planning of the 6,330-square-foot space, along with a new geothermal heating and cooling system. The design firm maintained the beautiful craftsmanship throughout the property with exposed beams and stone walls, cathedral-like ceilings, sliding barn doors and farmhouse-style light fixtures.

The interior features wide-paneled wood and concrete flooring, with access to the upstairs in the form of a stainless steel staircase and an elevator in the silo. On the second floor, a catwalk with a built-in mahogany bookcase leads you to a grand master suite—complete with a spalike master bath that features Waterwork fixtures and a conch-style shower dressed up in multicolored mosaic tiles. Two ensuite bedrooms and an entertainment room also live on the same level. Just off the main suite is a balcony fit for at-home relaxation with a built-in fire pit that overlooks the lush gardens, heated pool, and patio below. The house is chock-full of other eye-catching features, including the gourmet kitchen—decked out with stainless steel Wolf appliances, beveled navy custom cabinets, a Venetian backsplash, and a six-burner gas range. Head out through the kitchen’s floor-to-ceiling glass-paneled doors to the patio for poolside grilling and dining alfresco. There, you can’t miss the breathtaking 11-acre views. 267.289.2693, phillyhomecollective.com