At a Glance
The borough is located at the confluence of the Delaware River and Aquetong Creek, which begins its two-mile course in neighboring Solebury Township at Ingham Springs, the most productive spring in Southeastern Pennsylvania.
In Bucks County, nearly 10,000 years ago, the Lenape Native Americans carved their way along the Delaware River to settle on about 1,000 acres in what is now New Hope, Pennsylvania. In the early 1700s, William Penn established the town of New Hope through the sale of land to Robert Heath to establish the community and a milling operation on the river.
During the Revolutionary War, General George Washington marched through New Hope on at least four occasions and the town played a vital role in the preparations for the Battle of Trenton where, nearby, Washington actually crossed the Delaware on that famous Christmas Eve.
Look at this marvelous 200+ year old barn for sale converted into a luxury loft-like home… right out of the pages of Architectural Digest! With almost 7000 ft.² of living space, the layout and design provide open spaces that are awash in walls of natural light and offer versatility of use and wonderful ease of entertaining along the Delaware River.
The home sits in famous Bucks County, close to Interstate 95, two homes up from the Delaware River and Washington Crossing State Park, and abutting the 132 acre Bowman’s Hill Wildflower Reserve, the outdoor setting of this home is exceptional and the inside is nothing less than fabulous. We promise you won’t be disappointed!