Video of the Week: Take a Virtual Tour of a Striking Mid-Century Modern Home in New Hope, Pennsylvania

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New Hope, Pennsylvania | , Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty 

Notable for its rarity, pedigree and quality, this Jules Gregory-designed, Mid-Century Modern residence is like no other home in Bucks County.

With more than a passing resemblance to the Swiss Miss A-frame houses of Palm Springs, this 1958 brick and glass house is a pioneering design for our area, exciting and dramatic, sophisticated and serene. Wrapped in glass and overlooking hundreds of acres of preserved Buckingham Township farmland, this residence has undergone a careful expansion and 360-degree renovation overseen by professional designers who worked their magic to turn it into a sexy chalet-esque house that embodies their philosophy of clean, crisp, comfortable modern.

This is not your parents Mid-Century house. The designers integrated quality fixtures and finishes along with incredibly smart space planning. Strikingly white with gloss-black hardwood floors, the interiors exude clean simplicity. An open floor plan prevails in the original core of the house with rooms designated by seating areas, a fireplace, lighting, and a wet bar with custom cabinetry, all under a vaulted ceiling with a wall of glass and those magnetic views.

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