The median home value in Point Pleasant, PA is $740,200.
the county median home value of $270,200.
The national median home value is $170,100.
The average price of homes sold in Point Pleasant, PA is $740,200.
Approximately 100% of Point Pleasant homes are owned,
compared to 0% rented, while
0% are vacant.
Point Pleasant real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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History meets 21 st Century! Available as a private home or a turn key Bed and Breakfast. Historic home in impeccable condition. Beautiful Manor House, once belonged to the original Ralph Stover family, was a stop on the Underground Railroad. Nestled in the Village of Point Pleasant, surrounded by the beauty of Bucks County Landscape, just North of New Hope and minutes from other destination areas of Lambertville,Peddler's Village,Doylestown and Frenchtown, this 18Th Century plaster over stone home has matchless ambiance,vintage millwork, and all the modern amenities the 21ST Century lifestyle demands. Enter into the mahagony wainscoated hallway with a grand staircase,and hand painted mural of the area, adjacent to a colonial dining room with exposed stone wall and marble fireplace. The elegant and very large living room, formally called the ball room with fireplace and multiple windows, overlooking a covered veranda.The 1750 keeping room has a walking fireplace and exposed beams. The remodeled, eat in kitchen has a commercial range, custom cabinets,2 hammered copper sinks and soapstone counters. Under the kitchen is the "Secret Room " used during the Underground Railroad days. 6 bedrooms upstairs with their own baths, the 7th ground floor bedroom with bath, can be used as a bedroom or study. Exquisite period details throughout the home, total of 6 fireplaces. Gracious porches overlook manicured gardens.
History meets 21 St Century! If you love historic homes but want one in impeccable condition, it exists here. Beautiful manor house once belonged to the original Stover family, was a stop on the Underground Railroad! Surrounded by the beauty of Bucks County landscape, nestled in the village of Point Pleasant,just North of New Hope and minutes from other destination areas of Lamberville, Peddler's Village, Doylestown and Frenchtown,this 18Th century plastered over stone home has matchless ambiance,vintage millwork, and all the modern amenities the 21st. Century lifestyle demands. Enter into the mahagony wainscoted hallway with a grand staircase and hand painted mural of the area,adjacent to the period colonial dining room with a marble fireplace and exposed stone wall. The elegant and very large Living Room -formally called the "ball room" -with fireplace and multiple windows,overlooking a covered veranda. The C:750 keeping room has a walk in fireplace and exposed beams. The updated, eat in kitchen has a commercial range ,custom cabinets, 2 hammered copper sinks and soapstone counters. Under the kitchen is the " secret room" used during the Underground Railroad days. 6 bedrooms, all with their own bathrooms. A 7th groundfloor bedroom with bath can be a bedroom or study. Exquisit period details throughout the home , including deep -set windows, detailed woodwork,total of 6 working fireplaces.Gracious porches overlook the manicured gardens.
Sited on one of the most expansive stretches of the Delaware River sits this "Adirondack-style Camp." The Great Room has a spectacular Riverstone fireplace that soars within the vaulted ceiling. The formal dining has an oversized picture window that captures the ongoing living portrait of river life. The large library can function as a family room and a new kitchen with granite counters and stainless steel appliances appeals to all gourmets. There are 3 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. The hardwood floors have recently been redone to an impressive shine. A wonderful solarium looks out at the bluestone patio that juts out over the waters below. All of the rooms ate sited so that you can view one of the wildest stretches of the River and Walls Island. The home is located 20 minutes from the bustling towns of New Hope and Lambertville and 80 minutes from N.Y.C. The 2 car garage completes this waterfront retreat that appeals to both the city sophisticate who looks for the country getaway or to the "Huckleberry Finn" deep within us all. Note: Exterior of property will be painted.