This old estate has some history. Currently on the market for $3.5 million, Pheasant Hill Farm and its 47 acres in Bucks County, Pennsylvania can be traced back to 1704.
The original log cabin was replaced by a three-room house which, as evidenced by the varied roofline, has been added on over the generations since. The house isn't the only thing that's had additions—there's a guest house and pool in the backyard, and a restored barn.
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