Farmhouse Friday: Trunnel Hyll, New Hope’s Coolest Barn Reconstruction
Ah, Trunnel Hyll. How exactly did this stand-out residence in the middle of New Hope come to be, you ask? Well, according to the listing, Worthington Construction is responsible for this neat fusion of period barn structures. (And you know we love country-style renovations!)
The property’s unique architecture is one thing, but the fact of the matter is it was also constructed, wherever possible, with natural and energy-efficient products and systems. The home features, for example, a state of the art geothermal heating and cooling system, which essentially lowers the cost of winter heating and summer cooling for you. Pretty sweet, right?
Furthermore the razed trees within the building envelope were sawed into planking and went on to be dried and used as the home’s flooring. The listing also mentions a guest house with a stone fireplace and full bathroom. Specs and photos below.
THE FINE PRINT
Square feet: 4,257
346 Thompson Mill Rd, New Hope, PA, 18938
TREND images via Zillow.
Listing: 346 Thompson Mill Rd, New Hope, PA, 18938 [Addison Wolfe Real Estate]