Thurs, July 18, 2024. $175.00 (per person)
The Pearl S. Buck House at Green Hills Farm, an example of 19th century Pennsylvanian architecture, is constructed of coursed fieldstone. It is four bays wide and two deep with the main entrance located in the second bay. Two gable dormers are located on the front and rear slope of the roof. Chimneys are located on each gable end. When Buck purchased the farmstead, she made extensive alterations and additions to the 19th century farmhouse, including a two-story fieldstone wing added to the east gable and two libraries. Today, visitors can tour twelve rooms of the home and visit the pre-Revolutionary War cottage on the property and the barn built in 1827. After the tour, enjoy free time to visit the gift shop and beautiful gardens. Lunch to follow at the Plumsteadville Inn. Includes: Motorcoach, tour and lunch.
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