Ideally located in the picturesque hamlet of Solebury, Half Acre Farm is a historic farmhouse featuring timeless craftsmanship. Listed at $450,000 by Addison Wolfe Real Estate’s Daniela DeLuca, this home won’t be on the market for long.

Half Acre Farm projects rustic charm from the moment you set foot on the property. The front porch gives you a front row seat to the nature surrounding the home, including plenty of opportunity for gardening enthusiasts. With room for two rocking chairs and a table, this area is perfect for comfortably observing the surrounding wildlife.

Throughout the home you’ll find wide plank pine flooring, reminiscent of simpler times. The kitchen has been maintained to a chef’s standards, furnished with stainless steel appliances and a gas stove and oven. With three windows on three separate walls, natural light will pour in all throughout the day. A cozy fireplace tucked away on the far side of the room is a unique touch that adds to the distinctive and historic quality of the home.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a centralized dining room that creates an intimate dining experience. An enormous bay window anchors the living room and overlooks the backyard. Both the dining room and the living room have doors leading out to the white-fenced backyard.

The home’s two bedrooms are spacious and allow for a peaceful place to unwind. The master suite and extra bedroom have all of the amenities of 19th century Craftsman homes. Like the rest of the house, these rooms allow ample natural lighting from numerous windows. The bathrooms have been recently renovated by Tomlinson Building & Renovation.

The yard is expansive, but it does not suffer any loss of privacy. There is a charming detached carriage house that can be used for various activities, from artist studio to gym, office or hobby room. Alternatively, it can be retrofitted into a garage.

Ideal for full-time downsizing, first time buyers or a picturesque weekend getaway, this property in Solebury offers endless opportunities for potential buyers.

For more information, please contact Daniela DeLuca at 267-614-4345 or by email at

About Addison Wolfe:

Launched in 2006, Addison Wolfe Real Estate broke from the local corporate image of many real estate firms to create an organization where the art of real estate was valued as much as the science. This philosophy is reflected in the firm’s art-adorned, New York-loft-inspired office space in New Hope, Pa. Addison Wolfe’s experienced Realtors specialize in historic and old stone homes, gentlemen’s farms, equine properties, estate homes, new construction, and land development.

For more information, please call 215-862-5500 or visit

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