Come along for this gorgeous Lancaster Farmhouse tour – you will be amazed at the tall ceilings, original wood floors, gorgeous landscaping, and old farm house charm.
We got to stay in this absolutely beautiful Lancaster Farmhouse the past few days, and before we left, I snapped a few pictures for you! I figured that if you’re anything like me, you’d love getting a sneak peek into a beautifully restored farm house.
I got a video up on Instagram here – you can see a quick 1 minute tour here…but the still pictures are below!
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First – the gorgeous porch. This was a lovely place to sit, and I loved having coffee while listening to the creek in the front yard.
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The front door opened up to this stunning room. We loved reading books together on that brown chair!
The details spoke to me 😍
I didn’t get great pictures of the kitchen but the arched doorways have my heart!
And now heading upstairs…the bedrooms were some of my favorites!
This was where my husband and I slept, and it was just so pretty.
I love how they combined creamy neutrals with bright pops of color in their rooms.
This wall spoke to me 😍 Isn’t that olive green dresser gorgeous against the reclaimed wood shiplap wall?
And this was where 2 of our kids slept (the third smaller bedroom was downstairs – you can see it in the video tour!)
Again – the soft textural neutrals of the stone paired with the dusky lavender and then with the fun colorful bedding. Absolutely beautiful!
And the last room upstairs – loved the color combinations in this bathroom.
On our way out of the house … we hope to come back someday! It was such a lovely stay.
I hope you enjoyed this farm house tour!
You can stay in this house by checking it out on AirBNB here.
Just a note: I get no affiliate commission from this. I also can’t say enough good things about the hosts as well! They’ve created a gorgeous home but they’re also just really kind people who were very gracious and welcoming. Also, if you’re a guest there, please respect this beautiful home and treat it like it was your own. And give their sweet doggies a pet from us!
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Oooh! I love it.
I used to go to Lancaster County every year to see a friend. I miss the beautiful houses there, especially now that I live on the West Coast where our 1928 bungalow is considered “old.”
love it Corrie!! We love Lancaster county and find something new to explore each time we’re there! And a 1928 bungalow? That sounds amazing too!
Chris Reilly says
This house is beautiful! So simple but so cozy and almost elegant. And in Lancaster County? That’s a HUGE bonus!
Absolutely beautiful! Love the stone walls! 🙂