Originally known as "Regents Row" this historic townhome has features you won't find anywhere else. It has 220 years of charm and character and is just steps from the restaurants, shops, canal towpath, Bucks Country Playhouse, and all the activities New Hope and Lambertville have to offer. Stone walls, sugar pine floors, wood beams, deep window sills, and walls freshly painted in soothing tones will make you feel right at home. Walk into the lower level with an updated kitchen that opens up to the dining room with stained glass picture window looking onto the patio. The main level is the living room and den/office with a large picture window looking onto the tree tops. The second level has two bedrooms and an updated full bath. The third level has a huge master bedroom with double doors that open to the balcony with full awning. Outside, just past two private parking spaces, steps take you down to a private creek oasis and natural garden. The pictures don't do it justice. You would be best to preview this home in person. Originally home to the mill workers from the local flax and silk mills this unique property was also used in the 70's as accomodations for the performers playing at St John Terrell's Music Festival and the New Hope Playhouse. Stars like Helen Hayes, Ann Miller, Robert Redford and Alan Alda partied while staying in New Hope during some of their early theatrical appearances. Check out the Historical information in the documents section of this listing.