Surrounded by history and the rolling hills of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, sits an early 19th century Pennsylvania Dutch farmstead. The Valley Run project included the restoration and expansion of the landscape that surrounds the nearly 7,000 square-foot home and barn. The notable features of the main residence includes a spectacular skylight kitchen that is outlined with English cabinetry. The barn was converted to an art studio with a guest apartment.
Historic Bucks County
The history of Bucks County dates back to the 1682, which was when the county was created. During the Revolutionary War, General George Washington and his troops camped in Bucks County just before they crossed the Delaware River to engage in a pivotal attack during the war.