History abounds in this 1870’s exceptional Victorian built by the widow Francis McCrea. Just a stroll away from the quaint river town of Frenchtown. If your lifestyle warrants fine dining, eclectic shopping, river recreation & the arts,then this is the home for you. Although currently a turn key B&B, this home offers so many possibilities for your family to enjoy as your private residence. The owners have created a beautiful blend of a historic details & new renovations throughout the years. Welcomed by a lovely wraparound porch you will be mesmerized as you enter the home to the formal dining room boosting pocket doors to the kitchen, hardwood floors and chair railing. A cozy living room is accented with beamed ceiling and warmed by a beautiful fireplace. A handsome new designed kitchen is the latest update offering custom cabinetry, stylish leathered granite counters,new appliances and a sunny breakfast nook. The later addition off the kitchen could be a in-law suite, offering a spacious family room entering out from french doors to the brick patio area, plus a gracious 1st floor master suite with lovely bathroom and its own private patio. A powder room off the family room completes the 1st floor. Four delightful bedroom suites await you on the 2nd level, each with their own private bath. Decorated with Victorian flair, you will have a hard time deciding which room to choose from. Another private quarters in the partially finished basement and consists of a bedroom, office/ sitting and full bath. Great for extra visitors/rec room or quarters for B&B owners. A romantic separate cottage is complete with bedroom suite, stunning bathroom, cozy sitting area warmed by fireplace and kitchenette. Enjoy the evening out on the romantic private patio. If you need a home office or studio this cottage would be perfect. This home presents so many possibilities. Plenty of space for multi generational or air B&B the cottage and you can live in main house! 90 min NYC, Philly. Wander over to Bucks County just across the bridge and enjoy the the canal path and many parks. New Hope and Lambertville just 20 minutes away.