Your Late-1800s Bucks County Farmhouse Awaits
We love to feature plenty of country farmhouses nestled in the bucolic landscape of the surrounding region. Catalpa Farm, aptly named given the Catalpa tree grove on the property, is essentially a property out of a novel: the Victorian homestead built in the 1890s, the two-story red barn and its address, sat on Apple Butter Road in Plumstead Township, has that classic Americana feel.
Seriously, a farmhouse on Apple Butter Road–are warm pies cooling on the window sill?
The kitchen is newly renovated with a Wolfe range, quartzite and reclaimed wood countertops and custom cabinetry. There are two bar areas in the kitchen, one flows into the dining room and the other overlooks a beautiful, sun-drenched breakfast nook with built-in cabinets doubling as extra seating.
Another spectacular addition to the home is the Kohler soaking tub in the master bath. It offers a light-filled bathing experience, courtesy of the two sets of windows that look out onto the lovely property. The house also features hardwood floors and rustic exposed beams in one of the bedrooms.
There is a deck off of the back of the house and leads to the rest of the landscaped yard and that idyllic red barn, which doubles as a garage ad workspace. This might just be the Bucks County farmhouse of your dreams.
THE FINE PRINT:
Square Feet: 2,130