Introducing a true original! An artist's beloved home where every wall is a canvas, every room is a work of art! From the outside this 1950 cape looks modest, but once inside you'll notice its anything but ordinary. Former owner and artist Cheryl Raywood hand painted almost every wall, ceiling, window and some floors in these nearly 2300 square feet. Her handiwork also graces the walls at the Wedgwood Inn in New Hope and Bridgeton House in Upper Black Eddy. After pulling into a stone wall bordered driveway lined with azaleas, take in the acre lot with mature trees providing shade and privacy. Enter into the heated sunroom overlooking the fenced in back yard where you could spend hours soaking in the natural beauty that surrounds you. The main floor offers a convenient floor plan conducive to first floor living. From the sunroom you enter into the original tile-walled kitchen. To the left is the dining room, spacious living room with fireplace and second sunroom overlooking open fields. On the other side of the house is the master bedroom, recently updated full bathroom and laundry room. On the second floor, you'll find another full bath and two spacious bedrooms. A detached two-car garage has a large loft for storage, artist's studio, workshop or whatever you can dream up. Like most artwork, this home is an experience. It's a special place, that pays homage to one woman's imagination and may just inspire you to unleash your own. The home is minutes away from the Borough of Doylestown and feet from Cold Springs Elementary School. To the East is historic Carversville, Lumberville and the Delaware River.