Carversville PA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Carversville, PA is $288,100.
the county median home value of $286,800.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Carversville, PA is $288,100.
Approximately 52.53% of Carversville homes are owned,
compared to 22.95% rented, while
24.52% are vacant.
Carversville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Carversville real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Tamarack Farms is a uniquely designed community of 22 properties spaciously located with a central communal area that offers the feeling of a small park. The development abuts 180 acres of land preservation on three sides one of which holds a tree farm to the West. The community provides an exclusive setting for this home which captures the essence of Bucks County. The evening approach from the cul de sac is spectacularly & artfully staged with numerous lush plantings & trees designed by Bill Dear Gardens & highlighted by a Smart Lutron Lighting System. Uplighting & window candlestick lighting provide a warm glow to the slate gray exterior of the home which was recently refinished in durable Hardie Board (2020). An extensive renovation in 2009 designed by Celeste Callahan & completed by Brett King Builders, incorporated reclaimed barn elements & use of stonework to capture & reflect the beauty of the woodland surrounds. The interior of the home was redesigned with phenomenally high standard & spans approximately 3708 square feet across the main & upper floors. The main level is spacially spot on ~ expansive & bright with a welcoming front reception area that is indicative of marked sophistication beginning with first floor, front & rear staircase, & upstairs hallways of oil rub-finished, reclaimed South Carolina barn planks, & updated/replaced banisters, iron finials, molding, doors & hardware. The front living room features custom built-in mantle by Village Cabinetry & a remarkable hearth finished in handmade tiles by a local Lambertville artist. Propane gas fireplace adds warmth and charm. And a window seat & built in bookcases fill the space with comfort. The dining area with bay window overlooking the rear yard is a delightful prelude to the gourmet kitchen custom designed in 2009 with reclaimed barn beams, soapstone countertops carved to an antique worn surface & a custom made farmers sink. Other extraordinary features of the kitchen include a large center island with unique poured concrete top, Aga Legacy stove (convection/conventional), cold water pot spigot, Zephyr built-in fan, Thermidor built-in refrigerator/freezer, Asko built-in dishwasher, center island built-in microwave & Miele heating drawer. A mini bar with wine cooler provides a smooth transition from the kitchen into the family room with vaulted ceilings, skylights, & a floor to ceiling stone fireplace with reclaimed barn beam for mantle. Finishing off the main level are wonderful surprises such as a powder room featuring local artist original bas relief walls; a main level laundry featuring wainscoting with under-counter Kenmore 2018 washer/dryer & built-in cabinetry with interior windows added in 2019 to lighten & brighten the laundry room; main level home office is complemented by custom built-in cabinetry some of which folds in & allows for a pullout computer desk along with built-in hanging file drawers. Main level is wired for Sonos stereo system. Rear glass doors from the kitchen & family room provide access to the flagstone terrace completely reset along with a new drainage system (2020). The upper level beckons you to the luxurious master bedroom with extraordinary en suite bath. A sliding barn door entry leads to a vestibule that has a unique partial wall ~ bamboo enclosed in glass ~ as a privacy shield. Chandeliers in vestibule & master bath are custom made by Charlie~s Girl Studio. Spa-like master bath features granite countertops, hot tub, heated marble floors, step-in shower, His & Hers sinks & water closet with bidet. The 2nd upstairs bedroom includes an en suite bath with spacious walk-in shower. A Generac generator services the entire house. A driveway rebuilt in 2015 accommodates additional parking and leads to the attached 2.5 bay garage. There is a finished lower level/basement with full bath & office space. Stunning, rich & thoughtful design throughout, 41 Magnolia Court is the epitome of luxury nestled in the heart of Tamarack Farms.
The newly updated Hopewood Farm, with main residence, a cabana plus art studio has been awakened from a long slumber by a just-completed renovation that has added an expansive, open kitchen and all-new bathrooms to the main residence among many other upgrades. Its best historical features, including exposed, repointed stone, pumpkin pine wide plank and other wood floors, a stone fireplace and exposed beam ceilings, were preserved whilst adding the conveniences that come with updated systems and mechanicals. At its heart is an expansive family room/kitchen/dining area with new gas fireplace, sure to be everyone's hangout space. White subway tile, stainless Viking, Kitchen Aid and GE Caf Series appliances and new lighting complement the white cabinetry, with all topped by soapstone counters and a farmhouse-style soapstone sink. The island seats five and also features well-designed storage. For those who entertain or simply want a beautiful space for everyday dining, take your pick. There is an area with a bay window off the kitchen or a second-story sunroom with skylights, picturesque views and a pass-through from the kitchen. Off the sunroom is a patio with views down to the just-updated in-ground pool with the cabana and art studio just steps away. The remainder of the first floor provides a living room with stone, wood-burning fireplace, bay window (possibly a toll-taker's window once upon a time), a closet (in case someone needs to use this as a first-floor bedroom) and French doors opening to the greenhouse room that runs on two sides of the house. This all-season, glass-enclosed space has a durable brick floor, ceiling fans and enough sun to keep your herbs and citrus plants happy through the winter. A powder room with oval porthole window and a laundry room complete this level. Private quarters upstairs provide a vaulted-ceiling main suite with four closets, new oak hardwood floors, an all-new bath with rainfall shower and two marble-topped vanities; a guest bedroom; and a new hall bath with tub/shower and marble-topped vanity. The third floor also has a bedroom with bath with new stall shower. On the lower level accessible from outside is an potential wine cellar or potting room, wired for a television and plumbed for a wet bar. The charming cabana has a new Dutch door entry and includes a full bath on the first floor, open spaces upstairs with a lovely sunning deck overlooking the pool and a changing room. The art studio includes a garage, new Dutch door entry, expansive natural light and also a deck for painting or relaxing. Spacious and open with an abundance of natural light , ideal for the work at home professional, artist complete with a full bath.The Paunacussing Creek winds through the lower part of the property, almost two acres so enough space for chickens or a few goats. Garden as much or as little as you like. Walk to the center of Carversville village to the gourmet general store or the tavern. Enjoy the many historical houses along the way, or head up a tiny back road toward Plumstead Township for a country byway stroll. As a family retreat or place to entertain, the re-enlivened Hopewood Farm is ready for you.
Perched at the very edge of a rock bluff high above the Paunacussing Creek sits this iconic mid-century modern stone and glass Solebury residence. Built in the early 1950's and designed by Philadelphia architect, Morris J. Rosenthal, this Frank Lloyd Wright inspired home has recently undergone a complete and painstaking renovation using the finest materials and artisans available. The original architectural blueprints and old photos were instrumental in guiding the project and no detail was overlooked in maintaining the original integrity. The result is a breathtaking, modern masterpiece taking full advantage of this spectacular 9 acre setting with 180-degree cliff-top views looking out over the rushing stream and verdant woodlands. Present day luxury is evident in every room. The chefs kitchen features custom maple cabinetry, all top of the line stainless steel appliances including a Subzero refrigerator, an eight burner, double oven gas Wolf range, a wine cooler and radiant floors. The living room is anchored by a dramatic original curvilinear stone wall with fireplace and original slate floors and walls of glass opening to an extensive stone patio wrapping around the entire back of the home. The open floor plan in this area includes a formal dining room also with slate floors and sensational views with sliding glass doors on to the patio for al fresco dining. A hallway leads to the master bedroom which is a mirror image of the living room with a curvilinear stone wall and wood burning fireplace. The original polished concrete floors add a dramatic mid-century feel. The master bath features Blue Lagos radiant heated floors, a dramatic semi-circle vanity and a sumptuous glass and stone shower. A custom Nakashima inspired bar dominates the hallway with a powder room leading to a light filled den with polished concrete floors. Two additional en suite bedrooms, a large laundry room and utility room complete the living spaces. A long winding newly paved driveway entering thru custom iron electronic gates meanders over the original 1948 steel and stone bridge, culminating at an ample sized crushed stone motor court and detached two garage with workshop and electric vehicle home charging outlet. Security cameras discretely survey the property. Fully integrated WIFI system controls Sonos music, security and HVAC. A new septic system is over-sized and would allow for an additional legal accessory dwelling on the property. Beautiful slate walk ways and extensive new landscaping invite guests to wander with a glass of wine or relax in the hammock. This property offers the discerning buyer the degree of privacy and protection, along with low maintenance often sought, but rarely found within a 90 minute drive to NYC or an hours commute to Philadelphia. The Princeton Airport is less than a 45 minute drive.
Just up the hill from the heart of Carversville is one of the most beautiful properties you've never seen. That's because this bucolic estate is tucked deep within a 12+ acre natural oasis high above the Panacussing Creek. As you meander over your private bridge and up the drive, this distinctive property is unveiled. Although built in 1987, it feels like it has a much worldlier story to tell. In the manor house, the main floor owners retreat is surrounded by walls of glass to fully take in the natural beauty outside. Whether you want to cozy up to the stone fireplace or relax in the jetted tub, peace and tranquility are the name of the game here. The master bath offers soapstone counters and a large tiled steam shower as well as a very gracious walk in closet and a sitting room with a lovely brick fireplace. Follow the rustic brick flooring to the well appointed kitchen complete with a professional Vulcan range, Sub Zero refrigerator and Draper cabinetry. Impressive structural beams run through to the family room which is anchored by a massive brick wall with an actual cook stove and a wood burning stove for cold winter nights. The Gathering Room has period wood flooring from France and is adorned with a Peter Smith hand painted mural while affording stunning views out back. Flanking this area is the generous dining room with striking reclaimed wide plank wood flooring and the gracious living room, home to vintage English paneling, leaded glass windows and a marble fireplace. But the piece de resistance is the gorgeous terrace spanning the rear of the home. From here you can enjoy the peaceful sights and sounds of the creek and beyond. Upstairs you will find three en suite bedrooms, each with it's own style. The basement is perfect for storing all of your treasures. And don't forget to bring your horses! The beautiful 2 story barn offers three stalls, a washing station, and tack room, all only steps from a large paddock. Upstairs could house an event area, office or whatever you can imagine. Atop the three car garage sits the private caretakers/in law/au pair cottage. Here your guests will feel at home with a full kitchen, great room, 2 bedrooms and a bath, all within steps of the heated saltwater pool and spa. And if you would like to live like you are off the grid, geothermal heat and solar power make this closer to reality than ever! Other interesting amenities include copper sinks and fixtures, Colby and Colby casement windows, antique doors, custom European tiles, reclaimed wide plank Vermont wood flooring, alabaster chandelier, reclaimed brick from Philadelphia, custom french doors and so much more. Add to all of this magnificent grounds filled with acres of perennials and many species of trees and you have a bucolic setting that cannot be beat!***Copy and paste this link in your browser to see the drone footage...awesome grounds! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MZVM4eAowuc&t=5s
Walk into the center of charming Carversville village with its general store and tavern from this classic Cape on 1.7 acres. Refreshed and updated with artistic flair in recent years, its interior offers hardwood floors, a living room with fireplace with brick surround and an eat-in kitchen with sliders to a deck that overlooks the level rear of the property, large enough for a grill and perfect for summer relaxation. There are two bedrooms and a full bath on the main floor. The second floor has a very large main bedroom. As a bonus, the walkout lower level offers pleasant, daylit living space with sliders to the back yard. A separate studio building with its own heating and cooling is perfect for the artist, as a workshop or for storage. All looks out to the verdant rear yard ~ flat enough for a croquet match -- with the Paunacussing Creek in the distance.
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