The B & B Lux Collection

6611 Fleecydale Rd, New Hope, PA 18938


Home to famous artists for hundreds of years, the Lumberville Historic District has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1984 and is located along the picturesque Delaware River. In the 1700s, the village was known as Wall's Landing named after Revolutionary War hero, Col. George Wall Jr, as well as Wall's Saw Mills. In 1922, famous Bucks County Impressionist, Clarence Johnson (1894-1981), who studied at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, where he was awarded a Cresson Scholarship, called 6611 Fleecydale Rd home while he painted the local landscapes which now grace the walls of some of the most well known art galleries and art collectors throughout the world. Now you have an opportunity to live in one of the very few surviving artist's homes in the village. According to Deed records, built in the early 1700s, this home is like no other in the entire village. where Antique meets true Mid Century!! The original home is stone with all original wide plank floors. The main level consists of the kitchen with fireplace and mercer tile surround, two tiered island, six burner Viking range, Miele dishwasher, and gorgeous tile backsplash. The second floor is accessed by the original pie stairs and consists of a full bathroom, bedroom and a HUGE amazing roof deck. The lower level has a beautiful fireplace, incredible built-in bookcases with murphy bed, full bathroom, walk-in wine cellar, laundry room and a wonderful blue stone 3 season room. The mid-century modern addition designed by renowned architect, David C S Polk, blends flawlessly with the old addition. Blue stone heated floors, an incredible walk in stone fireplace, walls of glass allowing you to take in the gorgeous views that made artists call Lumberville home, built-in sofa, stone walls and incredible details! On the other side of the kitchen is the Main Suite with marble heated floors, cathedral ceilings, built-in gas fireplace, water closet with sink, and the most amazing walk in shower with multiple jets and with two additional sinks! You will also find two walk in closets, a wall of closets and sliding glass doors going out to your own private patio. As you exit through the mid century addition, you will walk across to the artists cottage and studio! The studio has vaulted ceilings, built-in desks that span an entire wall, gorgeous stone fireplace, juliet balcony overlooking the creek across the road, full bath, bedroom area and another living area on the lower level. BOTH of these spaces currently serve as home offices! Below are three garage bays! The property has multiple levels of gardens and stone walls, an antique fountain with koi pond, and an incredible greenhouse so you can grow all your own vegetables and fruits!! Fleecydale Rd is a designated scenic road in Bucks County and is one of the most beautiful roads in the entire county!! The village of Lumberville was occupied by many artists and was also the birthplace of the luminist artist Martin Johnson Heade and in the early 1900's it became a haven for various artists and writers who came to Lumberville to enjoy the quiet, bucolic atmosphere so necessary to successful creative work. Early in the 20th century artists and writers, attracted by the privacy and beauty of the area, began to move into Lumberville. Daniel Garber, Fern Coppage and Henry Hudson Baker are just some of the artists who made Lumberville their home. Walk to the fabulous and historic Black Bass Inn for dinner, the Lumberville General Store or the 1740 House for lunch/dinner, tube down the Delaware or take a kayak out and spend the day enjoying this beautiful countryside. Just over an hour to Newark International Airport or Philadelphia International Airport, an hour and a half to NYC or an hour to Philadelphia. Square footage may not be accurate. Guest House room/baths NOT included in bathroom or bedroom count since it's NOT the main home



2,877 Sq.Ft. LIVING AREA

1.3 Acres lot

Caryn Black

Caryn Black



  • total bedrooms4
  • Total bathrooms4
  • Flooring Wood, Hardwood, Marble
  • Fireplace Wood Burning
  • APPLIANCES Dishwasher, Dryer, Refrigerator, Freezer, Oven, Gas Oven, Gas Range, Cooktop, Washer, Range
  • other interior Features Kitchen Island, Sauna, Walk-In Closet(s)

Area & Lot

  • Status The B & B Lux Collection
  • Living Area2,877 Sq.Ft.
  • Lot Area1.3 Acres
  • MLS® IDPABU2044874
  • TypeResidential
  • YEAR BUILT1825
  • NeighborhoodLumberville, Pa
  • Architecture StylesContemporary, Farmhouse/National Folk, Mid-Century Modern
  • Water Frontage['Pond', 'Creek']
  • View DescriptionMountain(s), Water, Creek/Stream, Trees/Woods, Street, Panoramic
  • Elementary SchoolNEW HOPE-SOLEBURY
  • Middle SchoolNEW HOPE-SOLEBURY
  • School DistrictNEW HOPE-SOLEBURY


  • Garage Space2.0
  • water SourceWell
  • roofMetal, Slate
  • lot featuresWaterfront
  • parkingAttached
  • HEAT TYPEForced Air, Central, Radiant, Zoned
  • sewerSeptic Tank
  • SubstructureSlab
  • other exterior FeaturesBalcony


  • Sales Price$1,800,000
  • Real Estate Tax $13,947/yr
  • Zoning Residential

Lumberville, Pa

Lumberville, Pennsylvania, is a charming village located along the scenic Delaware River. Steeped in history, this picturesque community has been a haven for artists and writers for generations. Known for its tranquil atmosphere and bucolic surroundings, Lumberville offers a serene escape from the bustling city life. With its historic buildings, scenic views, and proximity to the river, Lumberville provides a unique blend of natural beauty and cultural heritage. Visitors and residents alike can enjoy exploring the village's historic sites, dining at charming eateries, and immersing themselves in the artistic inspiration that has made Lumberville a cherished destination for creative minds.



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