Farmhouse Friday: Natural Seclusion in Bucks County

At this house, what's on the outside is just as important as what's on the inside.

399 Geigel Hill Rd., Upper Black Eddy, Pa. 18972

399 Geigel Hill Rd., Tinicum, Pa. 18972 | TREND Images via Addison Wolf Real Estate

The long driveway sets the tone for this secluded farmhouse on Tinicum’s Crowhaven Farm. With large expanses of grass on either side of it, one of the best features of this home is highlighted—the land that it comes with. The house has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and is 3,420 square feet, but it has 5.49 verdant acres of land.

Built in 1810 but restored and renovated, the house has a wooden exterior and is surrounded by manicured foliage that also lends itself to this property where the land is just as important as the house. There’s also a covered stone porch in the back—perfect for relaxing outdoors and away from any main roads.

The first floor of the house is defined by a spacious, continuous floor plan connecting the kitchen to various other rooms in the house. There’s also a large dining room with tiled floors and windows lining the walls and the doors. The exposed wooden beams and hardwood table and doors offer continuity between the natural features of the property and the design of the interior.





PRICE: $995,000

ADDITIONAL INFO: It was initially listed last June for $1.15 million, but that listing was removed on January 21. it was put back on the market at its current price last week.