1700’s Pheasant Hill Farm!
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Bucks County, Pennsylvania, to the north of Philadelphia, is known for the charm of its well preserved farms, colonial stone homes and barns representing its early agrarian heritage. Just up the hill from the historic village of Carversville is a drive through the woods with split wood fencing on either side that leads to the 47-acre Pheasant Hill Farm. Originally established in 1704 with a single log cabin, over time and with each additional owner, additions were made to the original structure, carefully preserving its early colonial details. Now a 3,500-square-foot home, its varying rooflines from each addition give it the appearance of a small English village.
Now for sale, the property consists of the main house, a guest house by a shady pool, a stone and frame barn, a greenhouse in the kitchen garden and an older, more rustic barn. The main house has four bedrooms and four baths; the second floor on one wing of the stone barn has been turned into a family party room with cathedral ceiling, expansive windows, and powder room. Priced at $3.5 million.