Throughout my real estate career, I’ve had the pleasure of seeing plenty of truly spectacular luxury homes, but even I still have to stop and admire some of the incredible properties that come up for sale now and again here in Bucks County. To give you an idea of the kinds of show-stopping homes that I’m talking about, I decided to put together this list of the top 10 most expensive homes for sale in Bucks County right now. The term “dream home” gets tossed around a lot these days, but when it comes to each of these incredible homes, it really is an accurate description!

10. 3175 Lower Saucon Rd (Springtown) – $3,950,000

Springtown’s Spring Gate Farm starts out our list in the #10 spot with an asking price of $3,950,000 – and if this pitch-perfect property is just the beginning, you really have to imagine what other kinds of fantastic properties Bucks County has to offer right now. For starters, this 6,440 square foot home includes over 20 acres of prime land, 6 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms, French doors, a renovated kitchen, and numerous outbuildings. The designer swimming pool also includes a spa and waterfall, making it the ultimate hang-out spot for those hot summer days.

9. 3052 River Rd (New Hope) – $4,495,000

At just under $4.5 million, this is the second “cheapest” house on the list – although a quick glance at its many features and amenities confirms that there’s nothing “cheap” about it! Built during the midst of the roaring 20s in 1925, this 2-story home rests atop a 7.33 acre lot which includes a swimming pool, distinct pool house, multiple private stone terraces, and even sculptures in the carefully manicured yard. With 3 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms and 2 half-baths, this home is more than just a place to live – it’s a place to live well!

8. 10 Stonebridge Crossing Rd (Washington Crossing) – $4,500,000

This handcrafted Zaveta-built estate is surrounded by almost 13 private acres, giving it a feeling almost like that of an Old World palace. The 7,931 square foot residence includes 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, and 2 half-bathrooms, making it the perfect single family – or even multi-generational family – home. The Normandy style architecture and fine interior finishings coalesce to create a home which is not only extravagant, but timelessly beautiful as well.

7. 649 Headquarters Rd (Tinicum Township) – $4,500,000

This 45 acre Ottsville farm runs right along Tinicum Creek, giving it a beautiful semi-rural atmosphere. A 7,693 square foot farm house serves as the primary residence, while the 6-stall horse stable and large bank barn with guest quarters rounds out the major structures. Luxury amenities include a heated in-ground swimming pool, large wooden beams, stone fireplaces, and Mercer tiles. A great home for those inspired by majestic landscapes!

6. 405 Edison Furlong Rd (Doylestown) – $4,500,000

At 14,000 square feet of interior living space including 5 bedrooms and 6.5 bathrooms, this Doylestown mansion is fit for a king – or any enterprising individual fortunate enough to be in possession of $4.5 million! The 50 acre lot is extraordinarily roomy, and the listing agent believes it has strong subdivision potential as well, if you were interested in the development side of things. The home itself boasts a manufactured slate roof, cast limestone, flagstone terraces, and meticulously tiered landscaping throughout.

5. Address Withheld (New Hope) – $5,950,000

Resting atop over 28 acres of property nestled along the Delaware River, this 1950s vintage luxury home boasts so many features that one almost doesn’t know where to begin. The 6-stall horse barn with fenced pastures is an equestrian’s dream come true, while the 3-car garage is ideal for families and collectors alike. The swimming pool could serve as the perfect place to unwind after a hard day’s work or as a fun summer party venue, while the pool house can sleep multiple guests. For those who prefer a little help around the house, a newly-built 3 bedroom caretakers’ apartment has you covered.

4. 6356 Meetinghouse Rd (New Hope) – $6,475,000

Privacy is the watchword for this exquisite home and its 93 acres which boast rolling country views. When people imagine high-end Pennsylvania estates, this is the sort of majestic estate that immediately springs to mind. 10-foot-high ceilings command an immediate air of respect, as do the 5 individual fireplaces, 4-car garage and marble bath. With 5 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and 2 half-bathrooms spread out within over 12,000 square feet of interior space, this home’s grandeur all but speaks for itself.

3. 6312 Meetinghouse Rd (New Hope) – $6,475,000

Gateshead Farm is not only a spectacular, sprawling estate in its own right, but like many places in Bucks County it’s also ideally situated for convenient travel to all of the Northeast’s major destinations, including New York City (75 minutes), Philadelphia (60 minutes), and Princeton (30 minutes). Its incredible stone bank barn possesses 20 stalls along with dual tack rooms and 2 apartments, serving 14 fenced pastures and both indoor and outdoor riding rings. The 8,000+ square foot stone house flawlessly combines classic architectural style with flashy modern amenities.

2. 402/404 Rockwood Path (New Hope) – $9,650,000

At 14,313 square feet, this home’s sheer size leaves nothing to be desired – and that’s without even taking into account the huge 50 acre lot surrounding it. 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, and 2 half-baths round out the basics, while the tennis court, stocked pond, exterior gazebo, tasty fruit orchards, and heated salt-water swimming pool comprise just a few of the many notable luxury add-ons. For those looking to live the good life in Bucks County, you can’t go wrong here!

1. 5727 Twin Silo Rd (Doylestown) – $10,500,000

Landing the #1 spot on my list is this extraordinary Doylestown property, which is also – not coincidentally – the only property on the list to break the $10 million mark in terms of its asking price. Sure, I could whet your appetite by going over the basics, like its 100-plus acre lot size, 15,000 square foot residence, and historic early-18th century build date (as in pre-Revolutionary War), but none of those figures can really do this place justice. Suffice to say that when it comes to luxury properties in Bucks County, this estate is the undisputed king of the jungle – and it has all of the features, amenities, and geographic perks to reflect that fact.

If you’re interested in making an offer on any of these properties, or if you have any other questions about real estate in Bucks County, feel free to give me a call at 215-328-4810 or email me at You can also check out the latest listings on my Luxury Real Estate in Bucks County page.