The first thing you'll notice when approaching this delightful home is the lush landscaping that extends to all 4 corners of the expansive front, side and rear yards. After you've seen the house be sure to walk the entire lot which is 79' across the front and 203' deep to the rear lot line allowing plenty of room for a future expansion of this utterly charming home if need be. From the welcoming rocking chair front porch you'll enter the living room where custom built-in bookcases and cabinetry flank a perfectly centered window at one end of the room. Through the living room is the invitingly bright dining room with box bay window at the far end creating a perfect tiled window seat area. Note the inset of several authentic mercer tiles! Built in shelving at each end of the seating area makes for a perfect display area and there is recessed lighting above. A convenient pass-through to the kitchen makes serving meals and clean up after an easy task. The kitchen has functioned well for the resident/owner/baker for many years. There's lots of white wood cabinetry, a stainless steel double bowl sink with large bay window above, a built-in dishwasher, a tall well-lit pantry cupboard, and a 4 burner natural gas stove/oven with overhead range hood. The french door, bottom freezer refrigerator is neatly tucked into a wall of cabinetry with a convenient open shelf to house a microwave oven. Just off of the rear hallway is a sweet half bath conveniently located just opposite the rear door to the deck and expansive backyard. Entry door to the unfinished basement offering tons of storage is in the kitchen. Washer & dryer in the basement are included, in as-is condition. The hot water heater was installed in 2017. On the 2nd level you'll find the owners bedroom which has a 2nd staircase to the 3rd floor attic/loft. Currently used primarily for storage this 3rd floor loft area has lots of potential. How will you use it? There's a 3 piece hall full bath and 2 additional cozy bedrooms on the 2nd level. All have wall to wall carpet. According to public records this quintessential doylestown borough home was built in 1928. The siding has since been updated, the windows replaced with energy efficient thermopane windows and the first level was expanded according to a thoughtful architectural design, adding the half bath, rear entry hall, bumped out dining room window seat & deck. In addition, there is a one car detached garage with attached shed and covered storage area and the sweetest potting shed at the rear of the yard just waiting for proper restoration. Lots of perennials guarantee a colorful garden year after year! Side & rear private alleyway extends from east street to belmont ave. Per owners the alleyway is owned by doylestown borough but maintained as a joint effort by all neighbors who have access to it.
The vacancy rate of homes in 18901 is
4.29% with 67.97% of homes being owner-occupied. The median household income in 18901 is $85287 per year with those between 45 and 64 having the highest median income at $114016.