The owners of this home had looked for the perfect Pennsylvania stone farmhouse for years, and when they were unable to find their exact fit, they simply built their own. Constructed from locally quarried stone, hand-picked to match the stone in the field.
Built in 1997, this traditional farmhouse structure has all the advantages of modern construction while retaining the look and feel of a centuries-old farmhouse. Atop a rural hill, the home sits on a beautiful setting with pasture and woodland views that stretch for miles.
The home has four bedrooms, four and a half baths, with 3757 square feet of living space, and 27 acres.
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