Surrounded by history and the rolling hills of Bucks County, PA, this early 19th century Pennsylvania Dutch farmstead project included the restoration and expansion of the surrounding landscape. The 6,900 square-foot home and barn of Valley Run merges modern farmhouse style with a rustic countryside elegance. Arguably the most notable feature of the main residence is a spectacular skylight kitchen outlined with English cabinetry. Enormous glass windows frame the property’s lush, vibrant landscape. The barn was converted to an art studio with a guest apartment.
Historic Bucks County
Bucks County dates back to 1682. 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. The red brick of Valley Run relates back to the structure of buildings in that period, adding an additional historical look and feel to the home.