Take a peek at these properties: Each plot of land comes with its very own set of old stone ruins. Don’t these images just set the mind reeling? Tell us, what would you do with these rock remains: Set a new home inside, rebuild from the bottom up or just let the stone walls sink slowly and plant lovely roses around them? Let’s talk!
A Bucks County Beauty
The first property, located in Upper Bucks County, Pennsylvania, boasts 65 acres of land, with five acres available for new construction and 6.5 acres of open land for farming. A small stream runs along the property and the remains of an early 1800s stone farmhouse and barn can be used as the foundation for a gorgeous garden.
Serenity in the Southwest
We head to Dripping Springs, Texas, to see the next property, which would make an ideal cattle ranch or winery. The lot comes with over 30 acres of land dotted with massive oak trees, a barn and cattle pens and the remains of small circa-1800s stone cottages.
Magic on the Patapsco
The third property, back along the East Coast, is nothing short of spectacular. This lot in the historic town of Oella, Maryland, overlooks the Patapsco River and comes with a circa-1806 millworker’s house, stripped of additions and featuring a cooking fireplace of stone and brick now exposed on the north face of the building. Oh, the possibilities!