Farmhouse Friday: New School Farm Estate in New Hope Asks $2.6M

This spectacular house was built in the 1970s, and offers a rustic aesthetic with modern amenities.

Images via Kurfiss Sothebys International Realty

Images via Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty

Typically, when we feature a farmhouse that was built in the ’70s, it’s usually a near-ancient (for America’s standards) abode from the 1770’s or 1870’s with ties to William Penn or even George Washington.

However, we’ve got a real treat today, as we get all groovy with this spectacular new school farmhouse estate in New Hope, constructed in 1979!

It may have been built in the 1970’s, but this home offers an authentic rustic aesthetic with a ton of contemporary amenities. A few can’t-miss features include rough cuts beams, romantic fireplaces (including a stunning 30-footer in the living room) and gorgeous antique floors. The modern flair comes through with floor-to-ceiling windows and high-end appliances in the gourmet kitchen.

And don’t miss the master wing on the first floor. Not only does it come with two full baths and two separate fireplaces, but the master’s of the home also have access to a secluded courtyard as well. Although it’s not like you’ll be like wanting for more space.

The 42-acre estate is surrounded by incredible meadows, wooded areas and also has a 1-acre pond. But that’s not where you’ll be swimming, on no. There’s a 52-foot pool with flanked by a cabana facility that’s just perfect for those beautiful summer (and fall) days in Bucks County.

The property also comes with five separate buildings: two pole barns (because one is never enough), a 3-car garage, a Quaker shed and a Vermont barn studio, the latter also features a loft space.

We know what you’re thinking: where are the animals? Well, flip through the gallery and you might just find some new, albeit unconventional friends.

Beds: 4
Baths: 3
Square Feet: 4,019
Price: $2,600,000
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