Farmhouse Friday: Sophisticated Farm Estate in New Hope Asks $2.65M

This gentleman’s farm dates back to the 1850’s, and includes a chef’s kitchen, a stone bank barn and eight pastures.

Images via Kurfiss Sothebys International Realty

Images via Kurfiss Sothebys International Realty

Looking to buy a historic gentleman’s farm in the New Hope area? Well, friend, you’re in luck. Fairfield, a 24-acre estate in Solebury Township, just hit the market.

Chances are good that if you have been looking for something labeled a gentleman’s farm, be it for a weekend retreat or your permanent residence, then you probably won’t have an issues forking over the $2.65 million list price for this wonderful home.

Here are the all the luxurious details.


  • Style: Vintage stone farmhouse meets high-end, modern living
  • Chef’s kitchen with pro-grade appliances, radiant heat, and French doors to the gardens
  • Exposed beams and PA slate flooring in the dining room
  • Master suite with vaulted ceilings, marble bath and balcony
  • Light-filled solarium
  • Library with custom bookshelves
  • Attached 3-bedroom, 2.1-bath guest house with fireplace


  • Heated 40′ x 60′ swimming pool
  • 8 pastures
  • Landscaped gardens and patios
  • Operational bank barn with stables (in classic red!)
  • Indoor and lighted outdoor equestrian rings
  • 4-car garage

Beds: 7
Baths: 6.2
Square Feet: 4,812
Price: $2,650,000
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