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Write The Next Great American Novel in This New Hope Home

This 1760 home is the former residence and studio of Bucks County artist Charles Hargens, whose "drawings of cowboys, Indians and Western tableaux were so accurate that Zane Grey and other writers of Westerns asked him to draw their book covers." Dubbed "Long End," the four bedroom, two and a half-bath home, asking $1,875,000 is the ideal artist's retreat: it sits on six acres of land fronting the Paunacussing Creek, and indoors? Nooks and crannies galore in which to tuck an easel or writing desk or two. The residence boasts a "great room located in the original chinked log cabin section," fireplaces, wainscoting, and exposed beams.

· 3589 Aquetong Road, New Hope [Estately]
· Charles Hargens, Western Artist, 103 [NYT]