What Does $1 Million Get You In New Hope-Lambertville Real Estate?
NEW HOPE-LAMBERTVILLE, PA — The median home price around New Hope is now $1 million, but individual property prices vary from the $400,000’s to multi-millions.
What does $1 million buy in the New Hope and Lambertville area?
The above photo is of a newly constructed luxury townhome — The Montaukett — at The Falls in New Hope. Priced at $925,000, the two-bedroom unit falls barely under the median home price around New Hope, which has risen from about $ 600,000 one year ago to around $1 million now. The Falls community is designed by award-winning Architect Ralph C Fey and offers just under 1,200 square feet of space in downtown New Hope. These townhomes are listed by Maureen Reynolds and John Bolaris, both of Keller Williams Philadelphia. See the listing here.
A historic property on River Road known as “the Pumpkin Seed” has listed for $1.2 million in New Hope. The 1861 Cape Cod has French doors and a stone fireplace along with other features you’d imagine in an older home once owned by an Impressionist artist. View the listing here.
There’s more new construction right across the river, keeping just under $1 million. Townhomes at Ferry on Ferry Street in Lambertville are listed at $899,000. They’ll be three stories with more than 3,200 square feet of space and third-story decks. They are right off the Delaware River Canal path. View the listing here.
You kind of must take a peek at the brand new New Hope home listed for $2.9 million that is situated on the canal. It’s got a rooftop deck overlooking the waterfront with appeal to urban tastes. At 27 W. Mechanic St. this 3,000-square-foot, two-year-old property is impressive. View the listing here.
If you venture toward Doylestown, you’ll find multi-million dollar properties are out there. There’s a stunning estate on Burnt House Hill Road that’s for sale at an asking price of $4,645,000 in Buckingham Township. It’s got three bedrooms and three baths and 5,500 square feet of space, but the 1880s stone farmhouse is not the only building in the package. There’s also a pool and many unexpected extras, like a guest house that was once a one-room schoolhouse. See the listing here.
Below are more photos of the homes at The Falls in New Hope, courtesy of Keller Williams Philadelphia:
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