Modern Bucks County farmhouse on 90 acres lists for nearly $5.94M

A recently renovated modern farmhouse that sits on 90 acres in a small Bucks County town along the Delaware River has hit the market for $5.94 million.

The home on Spring Hill Road in Riegelsville carries the wide open layout of a barn structure, with original wood beams stretching across the high vaulted ceilings. The farmhouse has been updated to include a home gym, modern appliances and the addition of a neighboring guest apartment. In all, the adjoining properties total 11,000 square feet with six bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

The home was renovated in 2022 by New York-based Tecny Group. Solomon Asser, who is the principal of Tecny Group, owns the Riegelsville home. The design and construction firm has a portfolio of modern commercial and residential designs in New York and the Riegelsville farmhouse is no different. It’s lined with a combination of white paneling and brown restored wood imported from upstate New York. Along with original beams, there are also original ladders from the barn structure in the house. Records show the property dates back to at least the late 1800s.

“The quality of materials, the craftsmanship, the attention to detail that went into renovating this property is unmatched,” said listing agent Larry Holmes Jr. with Serhant Pennsylvania.

A cutout in the middle of the structure with a windowed entrance gives a view from the front of the home to the back, where a pool, hot tub and pool house sit surrounded by green acreage which is used for agriculture. An outbuilding with room for six cars, along with a one-bedroom, one-bath guest house perched above it also sits on the property.

Hardwood floorings run throughout the interior, with two-story ceilings, a loft that sits above the first level. High windows flood the spacious barn interior with natural light.The first level hosts a gym, spa, sauna and an entertainment space with a wet bar and painted concrete flooring. Two bedrooms also sit on the first floor, with the primary suite and two others on the second floor.

The home sits south about 10 miles from Easton, near the New Jersey border in Upper Bucks County roughly a mile off of Route 611. Holmes said that the location is one of the selling points, with New York and Philadelphia both about an hour-and-a-half drive away. That helps open the home to a large buyer pool, he said.

“It’s a pretty wide audience that we can market to,” Holmes said. “It can be anyone from any walk of life really. If you are looking for 89 acres in Bucks County with a completely renovated modern barn that offers privacy and luxury, this is the place.”


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