First deeded in 1740 by William Penn, the 60-acre farm has a stone farmhouse and bank barn built circa 1780.
Daniel and Elizabeth had been searching for a farm for many years, dreaming of a historic place to farm and entertain. When they acquired the farm, they quickly got to work planting the vineyard and reimagining purposes for the different buildings.
“We consider ourselves the present caretakers.” says Daniel “This place is owned by history. We wanted to preserve and honor the 300-year history while we made it enjoyable for this time and place. And for the future.”