History of Pearl S. Buck Estate and Green Hills Farm
Green Hills Farm, home to the Pearl S. Buck Estate, is the 60 acre location in Bucks County, Pennsylvania where Nobel-prize-winning American author Pearl Buck wrote and thrived for 40 years of her life, raising her family, pursuing humanitarian interests, and gardening.
The Pearl S. Buck House at Green Hills Farm, built in 1825, is constructed of coursed fieldstone. When Buck initially bought the farm, she made widespread modifications and additions to the farm, including a 2 story fieldstone wing added to the east gable along with 2 libraries. Today, visitors can explore 12 rooms and visit the pre-Revolutionary War cottage on the goods.
Pearl S. Buck For Your Event
In all, this beautiful Bucks County Gem includes over 60 acres of rolling hills, historical structures and exquisite gardens which will surround you and your guests. Your event begins on our charming flagstone terrace. You will never forget the history and true Bucks County style that will envelope you and your guests as you socialize and mingle together. If it is a wedding you are planning, you may wish to freshen up in your expansive bridal room after the picture perfect ceremony.
After the cocktail hour, you and your guests will adjourn into the state-of-the-art reception tent. While your basic package includes many amenities you may also wish to upgrade to include a clear ceiling, decorative lighting package, or any hundreds of options.
This site offers you the ability to choose from our preferred catering list and recommend vendors. Plan your event with your own unique sense of style and finesse. Don’t try and fit your wedding, Mitzvah, or company event into a “cookie cutter” location. Let Open Aire Affairs and The Pearl S. Buck Estate give you and your guest an event never to be forgotten!