You'll Fall in Love With This Beautiful 1901 Victorian in Historic Wycombe
It's not often that one of the historic Victorians in Wycombe comes up for sale. In the past 35 years, most have changed hands only once. Here is an opportunity to own and live in the beautiful Rudolph Cotter House, which for more than a century has graced the main street in Bucks County's Wycombe Village, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Built to last in an old-world style with a stone foundation and large beams, this home features original chestnut woodwork and pocket doors, real plaster walls, high ceilings, and an inviting, shady wraparound porch. From siding and shutters to windows, old glass and interior fixtures, many original features have been retained, and careful improvements have been made in character with this turn-of-the-century house.
There are five bedrooms; the fifth has been converted to an office. Outdoors, appreciate the original carriage house barn, dry stone wall, old shade, organic gardens and private sitting areas. With 220-foot frontage on a preserved farm, the property offers an expansive feel with big sky views of Buckingham Mountain and captivating sunsets.