If you are looking for something profoundly unique and special in Bucks County, look no further. This Bucks County stone building was once Fretz's Pants Factory. This once-booming pants factory was built in 1920 and can easily be seen as part of the roaring 20's scene. The sizable addition was completed in 1950. The current owner has spared no expense when updating and renovating this amazing historical building that could be easily chosen for Architectural Digest. The new oversized windows with deep sills, exposed stone walls, vaulted, and extra high ceilings, and original doors add to the authenticity of the building. As you enter you can choose to take a few steps to the upper level or a few steps to go down to the lower level. Each level is approximately 3,960 sq ft. On the upper level are 4 Bedrooms an office and 2 full baths with a large kitchen, living and dining room and more. The entire upper level offers radiant heat under the original maple wood flooring. On your way down to the lower level is another full bath for the convenience of both levels. On the lower level, you will discover polished concrete floors, an abundance of windows, stone walls, and space galore. Walls were built but can be easily removed if you are looking for wide-open space. This level has endless possibilities. Space will never be an issue, this area is a blank canvas waiting for your ideas. For the car enthusiast, this lower level could potentially be converted back to a garage or a showroom, retail space... A utility room with a sink can easily be converted to a nicely sized 4th bathroom or kitchen area. Lastly, find a one-car garage on the backside of the building with a kitchenette as an added benefit. Truly a "one of a kind" opportunity to live above your business or have a great space for commercial/mixed use in this area with immense possibilities. Buyer to see what possibilities could work for any idea you may have. Currently zoned commercial and was converted into a residence.
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