c. 1733 John Fell House Renovation in Doylestown, PA

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Originally a small colonial farmhouse in Doylestown, the c. 1733 John Fell House was renovated and expanded for a family that was invested in improving the home while also respecting the history of the existing structure. The new addition integrates a master suite, updated kitchen, and glass sunroom with the exposed stone and original architectural details of the home, essentially stitching the old and new together. One unique feature of the property is a historic spring house, which was once used to shelter natural spring water on the site.