Historical and rustic buildings in Bucks County
Bucks County is rich in history and has buildings going back to the 1600’s.
Buildings are listed here because of their aesthetics or historical value. Or, the might be listed because they are just interesting.
Thanks to preservation efforts, many of the rustic barns are being preserved. A generation ago, developers wanted to replace the historic buildings in Doylestown but common sense prevailed and the plans were changed to preserve them.
A Photo of an old farmhouse in Ottsville from the 1920’sContinue reading No tags for this post.
Peddler’s Village is a collection of 60+ shops and restaurants on 42 acres in Lahaska PA. The village has a colonial flavor to it with winding paths and a few alleys as well as landscaped grounds.Continue reading No tags for this post.
A rustic building that is still an active lumber/hardware store.Continue reading No tags for this post.
We like to stop in Karla’s for an occasional drink or dinner. This is the building across the street.Continue reading No tags for this post.