Bucks County stone homes for sale are true works of art. Constructed in a time pre Luddite rebellion and post Johns Rebellion, where muscle, sweat and shear human ingenuity were the primary industrial tools of choice; the workmanship achieved over 200 years ago has stood the test of time. Great examples of the hand-hewn artistry of these unique homes can be seen throughout SouthEastern PA.
Most 18th century Bucks County stone homes for sale throughout Upper Bucks County fit into the landscape so well that they seem as much a part of the countryside as the fields and trees. They were constructed of fieldstone, or the “stone of the fields.” They are architectural snapshots of a bygone era that ended in the 1850’s when cheaper and faster means of home construction began to shape our area.
Bucks County Stone Home For Sale near Quakertown
One of our favorite currently active listings that we recently showed is this secluded history property near the PA turnpike. This recently renovated stone cottage is situated on 5 serene & secluded acres land once owned by descendant of William Penn, John Penn Jr, as part of Richland Manor. It has been restored with all hardwood flooring throughout.
The living room floors, beams, hearth and the masonry work in the home has been painstakingly re-pointed. The master suite on the lower level is surrounded by exposed stone walls. We love bucks County historical properties and we appreciate exquisite craftsmanship. This is one cool Bucks County Stone Home… check out this and other Bucks County Stone Homes For Sale on this site: