541 Jacoby Creek Road Mount Bethel (Upper Mt. Bethel Township, Pennsylvania, US - 18343) Built


Cindy Stys Equestrian & Country Properties, Ltd.

Cindy Stys Cindy Stys 610-849-1790 (Office) Request More Info

  • Type: Residential
  • Style: 2 Story
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Size: 1,950 sq. ft.
  • Development Level: Built
  • Lot Size: 3 acres
  • Year Built: 1900
  • Taxes: $4,191.56 (2023)
  • Basement: Yes, Full


Lovely homestead on a quiet country road located within minutes to Rt 80 & NJ border.   Well maintained farmhouse with attractive landscaping complete with a stocked spring-fed pond.  A brick fireplace is the focal point of the spacious living room.  The vibrant country eat-in kitchen has a double sink. Dining room off of kitchen. Charming wood floors throughout.  Cheery sunroom has closets and adds additional living space. Convenient main level laundry room. Enjoy outside living & entertaining on the long screened-in porch.  Wrap-around partially covered deck off the sunroom has views of pond.  Previous sellers put on a 40 year roof. Windows & siding are newer. Bank barn with 2 roomy stalls with Dutch doors and large overhang, water & electric. Ample tack room and chicken coop. Second floor allows for additional storage. Four strand, Polywire fencing. Vegetable and fruit garden & outdoor stone fireplace. Seller states that less than a half mile down the road is trail access to 288 acres of public land owned by the Upper Mount Bethel Township. The trails are open to hikers and horses, but not to ATVs.

Neighbors adjoining barn is built off the exterior side wall. it’s divided & completely walled off inside where the property line is. This has never presented a problem for insurance or otherwise (separate utilities & entrances). The neighbors barn is on the right when facing barn & the side that has the vertical siding

On property parking there is a large area next to lower barn door but owners park cars across street from house on a 3-car gravel area that is on public property called the Mount Bethel Fens. Sellers state they are allowed to park there, and have always had nice interactions with the Nature Conservancy workers who check on the Fen every other year.

Like with all properties, buyers need to verify the number & type of animals that can be kept on property.

Survey states 3 acres - tax records state 2.85 acres.


Information is deemed to be correct but not guaranteed.