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    Elite Member palta's Avatar
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    Default Riverfront Home in Bucks County

    Casually Elegant Historic Home

    Owning a historic home can be daunting but it doesn't have to be. This Riverfront home in the historic Bucks County is a perfect example of how classic details can be as cozy as a cottage - just, in this case - much bigger.

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    i love it! some of the furniture would have to go, but the space itself is great. the windows and wooden beams are so pretty.
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    The sleeping areas are quirky as hell.
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    I love it, but I'd add a little more color. All that white furniture makes me nervous.
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