Pennsylvania - Bucks Co.

Bucks County

This may look like a church, but it has been other things for most of its life. The 1873 Presbyterian Church in Carversville became a residence in 1933. It's been an art museum and then has been waiting for a new tenant.

Up to Washington Crossing, this is the 1817 Mahlon K. Taylor house, of the Taylorsville Taylors.

McConkey's Ferry Inn is on the north side of the road. It was even known in George Washington's time, though the modern building is a tadge newer - 1790 for the western half, on top of the original 1752 basement. I don't envy the climb up to the front doors.

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