For those followers who are from the 13 countries not from our surrownding Bucks County, Pa, we are known for wondrous, historic homes with centuries of history in their back yards.
I must say that it was one of the most wonderful things about moving to the East from the Rockies--historic beauties aplenty! It's really hard to give up this kind of architecture once you become accustomed to it.
Last week, my assistant and I visited this historic landmark in Lower Makefield, Pa. Check out this date!
We decided that each home of this era should come with a pedigree of sorts, a guest list of the important dignitaries who slept here, poets who wrote here, women who toiled here. The grounds were beautiful, the rose gardens and stone pumphouse. I do love historic properties. Of course, I could just imagine that it would be the perfect bed and breakfast!
In this photo, note the shutters on the first and second floor are two different colors. This is a true historic mark. I love the white shutters against the Bucks County Stone. And oh, those dormer windows!
Projects like this just make my heart sing. Beautiful Bucks County, Pa.