You will be hard pressed to find a more unique property, built in the likeness of Mount Vernon, located down a long drive, on a private setting in beautiful Bucks County. This 24 acre property has a large 4 bedroom, 4.1 bath home, surrounded by beautiful trees and meadows. The home is over 6000 square feet, with colonial-style decor, and a very grand foyer entrance with double staircase and marble flooring. The custom kitchen boasts butcher block counters with plenty of cabinetry, brick flooring, and a copper ceiling. The floor to ceiling brick fireplace with pot belly stove, and wood flooring in the breakfast area lends to a cozy feel. The kitchen flows into a gracious dining room with built in cabinetry. Next up is a lovely library/study with a fireplace that has a unique mercer tile surround, and built in bookcases, overlooking the backyard. Continue down the hall to find a surprising and expansive pub room, where the fun and games begin. This wing resembles a restored barn, with pumpkin pine flooring, two story soaring ceilings with wood beams and a sturdy spiral staircase to a loft office space. The stone fireplace is the focal point of the room, but not to be upstaged by the antique built in pub bar. On the opposite side of the main house is the 3 car garage, and a second floor bonus room currently purposed as a kids game room. Upstairs the main suite has a large bedroom with fireplace and a balcony, an expansive bathroom, with dual sinks, tub, shower stall and walk in closets. Two additional bedrooms are serviced by a hall bath with a tub/shower, and the fourth bedroom is an en suite with a large walk in closet and private bath with a shower stall. Outdoors you will enjoy complete privacy of a large yard, pool, gazebo and pool house that houses pool toys, and a cabana style room that opens to the outside for service of food and drinks. This 24 acre property is available separately or combined with an 11 acre parcel (#15-022-124-002). The 2 parcels are attached through the ACT 319 program. Check with township about tax implications of discontinuing the ACT 319.