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    617 Lenape Ln

    Buck Hill Falls, PA 18323
    • $989,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ON SITE: 873 days
    • MLS #: PM-62221
    UPDATED: 49 min ago
    $989,000
    • 9
      BEDS
    • 1.7
      ACRES
    • 5
      BATHS
    • 2
      1/2 BATHS
    • 6,500
      SQFT
    • $152
      $/SQFT
    Neighborhood:
    Type:
    Single-Family Home
    Built:
    1910
    County:

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    School District:

    Description

    Gateways Cottage, built in 1921 entirely of native stone, was restored in 2006 to its original grandeur preserving the stunning stone exterior and maintaining the original charm while adding every modern luxury. The 3-story, 6,500 SF estate is set on nearly 2 acres with open multi-level porches perched atop stone columns and arches. The gourmet kitchen features stainless appliances, hammered copper farm sink and custom backsplash depicting the famous Buck Hill bridge. A large open dining room with 2-sided stone fireplace, original to the house, spacious living and family rooms, custom bar and 2 master suites complete the main level. The lower level has 5 bdrms, 2 full baths and breakfast bar. The third floor features a large bunk room and full bath. Resort amenities in Buck Hill Falls.Gateways Cottage Originally built in 1921, Gateways cottage was named for its entry location to the historical Buck Hill Inn. After its completion in 1921, the cottage was described in the Buck Hill minutes as the "Gateways to the Inn", and so it was named. Gateways cottage was originally planned as a residence for executives working at the Inn. Its unique design was meant to accommodate 3 separate families  2 on the main floor and a third on the lower level. As the years passed the cottage fell into disrepair, and ultimately faced the potential of complete demolition. In 2006, the Councilor family purchased Gateways and made the commitment to fully restore the cottage to its original beauty. With the expertise of a local contractor, the restoration team was formed. While the stone exterior faade remains untouched, every other element of the cottage was painstakingly removed by hand and then replaced with modern technology. Every aspect of the restoration was designed to meet today's building standards. While the interior elements can boast a new life, the exterior elements proudly retain their timeless charm  100% natural fieldstone faade, multiple front porches and unique roof lines. As designed, the cottage contains more than 6,500 square feet of active living space. There are eight bedrooms including two master suites and a bunk room and a total of five full bathrooms and two bathrooms. On every floor you will find a special place to spend time alone, as a couple or with a group. As the saying goes, it's not too big or too small, it's just right! The Buck Hill community is immensely pleased that the cornerstone cottage is again proudly displayed. Upon entry to Buck Hill, the stature of Gateways cottage evokes a sense of timeless wonder, a history restored, a special place for all to enjoy. We invite you to explore further for greater detail as the following pages will provide some insight on the past, the vision and the ultimate reality of the finished product  Gateways Cottage. The Exterior: The original exterior stone work on Gateways cottage has seen only minor changes. The strength and durability of stone and mortar remain. However, after many years of neglect the roof began to suffer, compromising the cottage's interior. Years of water damage finally caused the structure to become unsafe and ultimately beyond repair. The roof was redesigned and rebuilt, all the windows and doors replaced and the front porches rebuilt. A 1,600 square foot deck was added for the convenience of modern living; its design sculpted around the lower patio for comfort and visibility. Landscape designs focused on natural products; stone slab steps, pea gravel walkways, fieldstone columns, shade and flowering gardens. A new driveway was added off of Rock Oak Road, flanked by two original stone pillars. This new access provides breathtaking views of the full dimensions of the cottage. With just under 2 acres of rolling property, there are countless places for everyone to play, relax and enjoy. > All exterior work performed by Bill Fisher of Ye Olde Village Workshop. His team of master craftsman was on site daily during all phases of the project. > Roofing material... Lamarite composite cedar shakes. Weathered wood color. > Windows & Doors... Andersen & Andersen Architectural. All windows factory pre-finished, all doors have stained maple interiors. > Columns and railing... all exterior like products are manufactured by HB & G. These materials are a reinforced composite, requiring little or no maintenance. > Porch materials... all porch decking is mahogany, all soffit material is Azek beadboard. > Decorative Fascia... designed to add height and character, the fascia boards, crown mouldings and brackets are made by Fypon. > Rear deck... the deck material is Fiberon composite new in 2020. The deck is over 1,600 sf. and has hosted numerous parties, family reunions and weddings. > Landscaping... professionally designed and installed. > Misc... exterior lighting by Framburg, shakes around the rear dormers are James Hardy Plank painted with Benjamin Moore "Stone Hearth", the same color used on the decorative fascia. All gutters and downspouts are natural copper. The Interior: The interior layout of Gateways was designed for today's active family. Every room was thoughtfully planned to be individually unique, but to also share common elements. The Buck Hill spirit of country casual elegance was a common design theme throughout. The original house shape dictated much of the current layout, however, the requirements of modern day living were not sacrificed. All interior trim work installed by the craftsman of Ye Olde Village Workshop. Some rooms are modestly trimmed out, and others are quite detailed. In all cases, great thought and effort was spent in maintaining design elements that reflect the historical Buck Hill charm. Main Floor: > Kitchen... the deck entrance opens into a custom kitchen with an 8' center island, Viking 6 burner gas stove, hammered copper farm sink, and a stainless GE refrigerator. Painted and glazed maple cabinetry throughout. A custom tiled backsplash behind the Viking range displays the famous Buck Hill Bri

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    617 Lenape Ln Buck Hill Falls, PA 18323

    • Price: $989,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 49 min ago
    • MLS #: PM-62221
    9
    Beds
    5
    Baths
    2
    ½ Baths
    1.7
    Acres
    6,500
    SQFT
    $152
    $/SQFT
    1910
    Built
    Neighborhood:
    Buck Hill Falls
    County:
    Monroe
    Area:
    Barrett Township
    School District:
    Pocono Mountain
    Property Description
    Gateways Cottage, built in 1921 entirely of native stone, was restored in 2006 to its original grandeur preserving the stunning stone exterior and maintaining the original charm while adding every modern luxury. The 3-story, 6,500 SF estate is set on nearly 2 acres with open multi-level porches perched atop stone columns and arches. The gourmet kitchen features stainless appliances, hammered copper farm sink and custom backsplash depicting the famous Buck Hill bridge. A large open dining room with 2-sided stone fireplace, original to the house, spacious living and family rooms, custom bar and 2 master suites complete the main level. The lower level has 5 bdrms, 2 full baths and breakfast bar. The third floor features a large bunk room and full bath. Resort amenities in Buck Hill Falls.Gateways Cottage Originally built in 1921, Gateways cottage was named for its entry location to the historical Buck Hill Inn. After its completion in 1921, the cottage was described in the Buck Hill minutes as the "Gateways to the Inn", and so it was named. Gateways cottage was originally planned as a residence for executives working at the Inn. Its unique design was meant to accommodate 3 separate families  2 on the main floor and a third on the lower level. As the years passed the cottage fell into disrepair, and ultimately faced the potential of complete demolition. In 2006, the Councilor family purchased Gateways and made the commitment to fully restore the cottage to its original beauty. With the expertise of a local contractor, the restoration team was formed. While the stone exterior faade remains untouched, every other element of the cottage was painstakingly removed by hand and then replaced with modern technology. Every aspect of the restoration was designed to meet today's building standards. While the interior elements can boast a new life, the exterior elements proudly retain their timeless charm  100% natural fieldstone faade, multiple front porches and unique roof lines. As designed, the cottage contains more than 6,500 square feet of active living space. There are eight bedrooms including two master suites and a bunk room and a total of five full bathrooms and two bathrooms. On every floor you will find a special place to spend time alone, as a couple or with a group. As the saying goes, it's not too big or too small, it's just right! The Buck Hill community is immensely pleased that the cornerstone cottage is again proudly displayed. Upon entry to Buck Hill, the stature of Gateways cottage evokes a sense of timeless wonder, a history restored, a special place for all to enjoy. We invite you to explore further for greater detail as the following pages will provide some insight on the past, the vision and the ultimate reality of the finished product  Gateways Cottage. The Exterior: The original exterior stone work on Gateways cottage has seen only minor changes. The strength and durability of stone and mortar remain. However, after many years of neglect the roof began to suffer, compromising the cottage's interior. Years of water damage finally caused the structure to become unsafe and ultimately beyond repair. The roof was redesigned and rebuilt, all the windows and doors replaced and the front porches rebuilt. A 1,600 square foot deck was added for the convenience of modern living; its design sculpted around the lower patio for comfort and visibility. Landscape designs focused on natural products; stone slab steps, pea gravel walkways, fieldstone columns, shade and flowering gardens. A new driveway was added off of Rock Oak Road, flanked by two original stone pillars. This new access provides breathtaking views of the full dimensions of the cottage. With just under 2 acres of rolling property, there are countless places for everyone to play, relax and enjoy. > All exterior work performed by Bill Fisher of Ye Olde Village Workshop. His team of master craftsman was on site daily during all phases of the project. > Roofing material... Lamarite composite cedar shakes. Weathered wood color. > Windows & Doors... Andersen & Andersen Architectural. All windows factory pre-finished, all doors have stained maple interiors. > Columns and railing... all exterior like products are manufactured by HB & G. These materials are a reinforced composite, requiring little or no maintenance. > Porch materials... all porch decking is mahogany, all soffit material is Azek beadboard. > Decorative Fascia... designed to add height and character, the fascia boards, crown mouldings and brackets are made by Fypon. > Rear deck... the deck material is Fiberon composite new in 2020. The deck is over 1,600 sf. and has hosted numerous parties, family reunions and weddings. > Landscaping... professionally designed and installed. > Misc... exterior lighting by Framburg, shakes around the rear dormers are James Hardy Plank painted with Benjamin Moore "Stone Hearth", the same color used on the decorative fascia. All gutters and downspouts are natural copper. The Interior: The interior layout of Gateways was designed for today's active family. Every room was thoughtfully planned to be individually unique, but to also share common elements. The Buck Hill spirit of country casual elegance was a common design theme throughout. The original house shape dictated much of the current layout, however, the requirements of modern day living were not sacrificed. All interior trim work installed by the craftsman of Ye Olde Village Workshop. Some rooms are modestly trimmed out, and others are quite detailed. In all cases, great thought and effort was spent in maintaining design elements that reflect the historical Buck Hill charm. Main Floor: > Kitchen... the deck entrance opens into a custom kitchen with an 8' center island, Viking 6 burner gas stove, hammered copper farm sink, and a stainless GE refrigerator. Painted and glazed maple cabinetry throughout. A custom tiled backsplash behind the Viking range displays the famous Buck Hill Bri
    Exterior Features

    Exterior Stone Exterior Features DeckInsulated GlassPatio/Deck - CoveredPorchStorage Building Foundation Partial Basement Garage No Lot Description ClearedCornerView Lot Parking Off Street Parking Road PavedPublic Roof AsphaltFiberglass Style Traditional

    Interior Features

    Appliances Clothes WasherDishwasherDryerGas Oven/RangeMicrowaveRefrigeratorSmoke DetectorStainless Steel Basement No Baths 1 Bath Lev L1 Lav Lev 22 Bath Lev 1ModernOther - See Remarks Beds 2+ Beds First Floor2+ Beds Lower LevelMaster Suite First Floor Cooling Central Ac Eating Area Dining AreaEat-In KitchenUltra Modern Fireplace Yes Fireplace Description Dining RoomFamily RoomSee ThroughStone FacedWood Burning Floors CeramicHardwoodTileWall To Wall Carpet Foundation And Basement Outside Entrance Heating Forced AirOil Insulation Insulated Window(S) Interior Features 2nd Bdrm W/BathBarDen - OfficeFam Room FireplaceFireplaceGranite CountersInlaw QuartersKitchen IslandLaundry 1st LevelLiving Room FireplacLoftM Bdrm On 1st FloorM Bdrm W/Bath SuiteRecreation RoomWalk in ClosetWet Bar Other Rooms Hobby RoomOther See Remarks Rooms 18 Sq Ft Finished Above Grade 6500.00 Sq Ft Finished Below Grade 0.00 Sq Ft Total 6500.00 Sq Ft Unfinished Above Grade 0 Sq Ft Unfinished Below Grade 0.00

    Property Features

    Community Amenities ClubhouseEquestrian AreaFitness CenterGarbage ServiceGolfOutdoor Ice SkatingOutdoor PoolPlaygroundRoad MaintenanceSecurityTennis Court(S) Financing CashConventional Foreclosure No General Zoning Resi Hoa Fee Yes Hoa Fee Per Year 14400.00 Hoa Transfer Fee Yes Hoa Transfer Fee Amount 1000 Hot Water Oil Possession Settlement Residential Type Detached Short Sale Status Not Applicable Waste Comm Central Water Comm Central Zoning Resort

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