This 350-acre farm is known to be the prettiest and most picturesque farm in the Kempton Area. Located in the shadow of Hawk Mountain and the Pinnacle this farm has it all?.. Rolling fertile farmland beautiful views lush pastures, woodland and an ever-flowing trout stream as well as a 2-acre pond. The buildings have an ideal location being set back at least 200 yards off the main road. There are two sets of building all well maintained which consist of two large farm houses a 5 bedroom frame farmhouse with large bank barn and numerous outbuildings and equipment buildings. The second set of buildings is located just 100 yards to the east with a large bank barn several outbuildings and a huge stone farmhouse. The Pennsylvania German center hall stone farmhouse is a diamond in the rough well maintained but unrestored has endless possibilities. This beautiful stone dwelling has the potential to rival any stone farmhouse found in Bucks County and the well-known Solebury area. In fact, all the buildings on this property have endless potential and are ripe for restoration. In addition, the farm is steeped in history. It is rumored that the famous Henry Long rifle was originally developed on this farm. Between the Currier & Ives postcard setting, the Historic buildings and the beautiful rolling land this is one of the most picturesque Farms in the entire state of Pennsylvania.