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Museum-like 1850s farmhouse estate asks $4M

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Complete with guest cottage and pool house

Exterior shot of old brick home on lush landscaped grounds.
Valley Run Farm features many European influences, like a English cabinetry and French oak flooring.
Photos via Estately

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Location: Bedminster, Pennsylvania

Price: $3,975,000

The 1851-built Valley Run Farm in Bedminster, Pennsylvania appears to have been a barn in its former life. Now, it’s a stately, museum-like home with soaring ceilings, huge windows, a wine cellar, and, for now, an eccentric mix of artwork on display. The 3,985-square-foot home features three bedrooms, a separate stone barn, and a two-story guest house—all on over 18 acres of lush, rolling hills.

Old World-living, as seen in the French oak flooring, rustic ceiling beams, traditional woodwork, and massive hearth, to name a few details, merges with the new (see, for example, the window-encased chef’s kitchen, and the heated pool) to create an impressive but cozy estate that would make for great entertaining, or simply function as a (very luxe) countryside retreat. Other amenities and updates include irrigated lawns and gardens, geo-thermal walls, and an underground drainage system. Located at 565 Kellers Church Road in Bucks County, it’s asking $3,975,000. Take a look around.

Via: Estately