With elements of the Craftsman style this classic Bucks County farmhouse retains all the proper historic details such as a ribbon slate roof and cedar clapboard siding. Set on a charming flat lot just outside the town center of Buckingham, minutes to downtown Doylestown and New Hope Boroughs, enjoy the oversized 3-over-1 windows that flood the home with natural light throughout, accenting the original woven pattern wood floors, 2-panel solid wood doors w/ antique crystal knobs, pediment-style custom door casings and more. The kitchen features an island and large breakfast room overlooking the long distance view of the neighboring pasture, and passes easily into the dining and living rooms through arched plaster walls. The living room features a Vermont Casting wood stove and a convenient side entrance with covered patio. A formal foyer off the front door rounds out the main level. Upstairs you will find an updated full bath that still retains the antique stamped tin wainscoting, original milk glass towel bars and racks, classic pedestal sink and updated shower, two large bedrooms and a walk-in hall closet, plus a pass-through room that can be an office or bedroom depending on how you use the walk up third floor (which can either be a bonus to the third bedroom or the third bedroom itself). Outside you'll find a nicely situated patio off the kitchen and a detached two car garage with 220 volt electricity, a wood shed and plenty of space and sunlight for a garden. Set in the highly ranked Central Bucks (East) school district, convenient to major commuting roads to the greater Philadelphia, NJ and NYC areas.