Listing Tools

**OPEN HOUSE - February 10th from 12pm to 2pm** Take a step back in time as you enter this beautiful 1786 farmhouse. With a deep vestibule, ornate woodwork, transoms, dramatically wide hallway entrance, candle chandeliers, and original walk-in fireplace you are sure to be immersed in the history of this home. The living room, dining room, and kitchen encompass most of the first floor, with the spacious kitchen being updated just enough to be comfortable with lots of cabinetry and counter space, tiled backsplash, and dishwasher, but still showcasing old-fashioned Dutch doors that lead into the hall and the formal dining room, which boasts its original corner cabinet complete with single pane glass. Through the door at the end of the first floor hallway, more modern conveniences await, including a full bathroom, main floor laundry room, and a spacious sunroom. Upstairs the detailed staircase leads you to another open hallway with exposed ceilings and entrances to four bedrooms and a second full bathroom. Each bedroom seems more lovely than the last, giving you the idea that this home could be the ideal bed and breakfast. Upstairs yet again, you will find a sprawling attic that could easily provide more living space. Then downstairs, you will be surprised by the huge basement and its impressive stonework. But this unique property does not stop there. There is also a separate building, previously the original implement barn, now being used as a dentist office by the current owner, with 874 square feet, a waiting room, a powder room for customers, and plenty of parking. Of course, this office would work well for many different occupations, or could even be transformed into an in-law suite for multi-family living. But there is still more. You will also find a separate 220 square foot building that the seller uses as a break room, that could also be a great meeting area or studio, with two large glass block windows, oak hardwood floors, and a woodstove for heat. And then, yet another 784 square foot building makes the perfect workshop with two separate areas and another wood stove. There is also the log cabin springhouse, which was built on a natural stream in 1737, and was the original homestead for the property, as well as the original Bernville Schoolhouse. Inside the first floor has direct access to the spring, on the second floor the living area has been preserved, and a third floor provides a large storage area. All of this, and there is also a spacious 3-car garage on the lower level of the dental office. So, in short, this property has everything you could want. Call today for your private showing. You will not be disappointed.
Listed by Loretta Leibert of BHHS Homesale Realty- Reading Berks

Property Details of 7326 Bernville Road

Exterior Features

Utilities and Appliances

Map Location

Driving Directions

Copyright 2024 BRIGHT, All Rights Reserved.  Information Deemed Reliable But Not Guaranteed. The data relating to real estate for sale on this website appears in part through the BRIGHT Internet Data Exchange program, a voluntary cooperative exchange of property listing data between licensed real estate brokerage firms in which Premier Group | Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc. participates, and is provided by BRIGHT through a licensing agreement. The information provided by this website is for the personal, non-commercial use of consumers and may not be used for any purpose other than to identify prospective properties consumers may be interested in purchasing.Data last updated February 26, 2024. Some properties which appear for sale on this website may no longer be available because they are under contract, have Closed or are no longer being offered for sale.

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

Do not fill in this field:

$

Do not fill in this field: