This quintessential Bucks County stone farmhouse came with all the expected challenges of a historic home. Transforming and updating living spaces while still keeping the integrity of the original structure is right in our wheelhouse. The original home was built in 1699 and we took great care in merging the old with the new. It’s thrilling for us to work on a 300+ year-old home with so much history and generations of families that have come and gone. One can only imagine the stories that would be shared if the walls could talk and there’s nothing more gratifying than being able to add our own piece of history to this home to be enjoyed for the next 300 years.