Jeff Lavine
215.280.2750

69 W Ferry Street
New Hope, PA

Originally known as 'Regents Row', John Beaumont built 61 through 71 W Ferry in the late 1780's to house local mill workers. They later were used in the 70's as accommodations for the performers at St John Terrell's Music Circus and the New Hope Playhouse. Yes, Helen Hayes, Robert Redford, Alan Alda and Ann Miller were here and now you can call it home! Exposed stone walls, sugar pine flooring, exposed beams and deep sills provide unimaginable charm while all the home has been beautifully updated, appointed and well maintained.


Check out this stylish home with history, character and charm and all just steps away from the restaurants, shops, canal towpath, Bucks County Playhouse and all the activities that our river towns of New Hope and Lambertville have to offer.

Property Details

2
Beds
2
Baths
912
Square Feet
1820
Year Built
0.07 AC
Lot Size
Close to River
Very walkable
Excellent School District
Restaurants, bars, and shopping
Historic Home
Close to River
Very walkable
Excellent School District
Restaurants, bars, and shopping
Historic Home
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