4 Beds
3.5 Baths
3,800 SqFt
0.54 Acre Lot
23,522 Sqft Lot
Status Active
Property Type Twin/semi-detached
Price Type
Year Built 1951
Neighborhood Riverstone
Days on Website 178

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$2,495,000 – New Hope, PA 18938

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Courtesy of Maureen Reynolds, Keller Williams Philadelphia.


Welcome to the modern designed and brilliantly custom constructed homes on 125 N Main Street in New Hope Borough known as The Gold Coast. This is your chance to purchase 3,800 square feet of luxury nestled on the banks of the towpath and views across from the Delaware River. These two townhomes are fully customizable and are built by Peter Edwardson’s construction team that offers perspective to help build the home of your dreams. At the same time, award-winning Ralph C. Fey, AIA, Architects, has designed and selected the finest finishes & luxury amenities to complement these homes’ visual beauty and exceptional privacy. The result is an artfully serene, eminently livable environment. From open floor plans and four well-designed bedrooms to state-of-the-art design, this home has it all. This includes elevators on each floorplan, floor-to-ceiling walls of glass windows, and open flowing rooms perfect for entertaining. The 12-foot ceilings on the main floor will be outfitted with 8-foot doors. If you want a space to entertain, this is the layout for you. Large modern islands with casual seating for 4-6 are topped with granite or marble of your choice! The kitchen will have a custom design with Mouseur cabinetry and Emtek Hardware. The appliances are a Wolf Sub-Zero luxury package, including a five-burner cooktop and French doors. You can enjoy the views with spacious entertaining and a gas fireplace with glass doors in the Great Room. The bedrooms will have en-suite bathrooms designed to fit your lifestyle. The owner’s suite is the grandest, with custom walk-in closets and a full bath featuring a soaking tub and a frameless glass shower with triple showerheads. There is a two-car oversized garage and a driveway. You are steps away from the towpath and footbridges that take you to all the dining, shopping, and culture for which New Hope and its sister town Lambertville are famous. This includes nightlife like the Bucks County Playhouse and Deck, terrific restaurants like Stella and The Logan Inn, art galleries, festivals the Borough offers. You can also enjoy the views of the Delaware River right across the street from your rooftop terraces! Superb custom design and craftsmanship, the finest of luxury appointments and amenities, and one of the most sought-after locations in the Gold Coast of New Hope – A tranquil paradise! Come live on vacation every day.

Property Details and Features


  • 4 total bathrooms
  • 4 bathrooms on main level
  • 3 full bathrooms
  • 3 full bathrooms on main level
  • 1 half bathroom
  • 1 half bathroom on main level

Appliances and Equipment

  • 1 elevator


  • 4 bedrooms
  • 4 bedrooms on main level


  • 3,800 sqft living area
  • 3,800 sqft above grade (finished)
  • Built in 1951
  • Structure Type: Twin/Semi-Detached
  • 2 levels
  • Contemporary
  • Frame


  • Central Air
  • Natural Gas
  • Central A/C

Disability Features

  • Elevator


  • 1 fireplace


  • Hardwood


  • 1 garage space


  • Natural Gas
  • Forced Air


  • 179 days on market
  • $657 per sqft
  • New Construction


  • Municipality: NEW HOPE BORO
  • County: Bucks
  • Location Type: Canal
  • MLS Area: New Hope Boro (10127)
  • Subdivision: Riverstone


  • 23,672 sqft
  • Lot Size Dimensions: 88.00 x 269.00
  • 0.54 acres


  • Other Structures: Above Grade,Below Grade
  • View: Canal


  • School District: NEW HOPE-SOLEBURY


  • Public Sewer


  • City/Town Tax: $700
  • City/Town Tax Pymnt Freq: Annually
  • County Tax: $1,294
  • County Tax Pymnt Freq: Annually
  • School Tax: $5,502
  • Tax Annual Amount: $7,498
  • Tax Year: 2022


  • Hot Water: Natural Gas

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