Built in 1905 as a summer home, Roselea Farm is a beautiful Swiss-style farmhouse designed by the noted architectural firm of MacClure & Spahr.
Since 2003, a restoration process has brought new life to the grounds, gardens, exteriors and interiors of the main house, the farmers cottage, the tower house and the large barn. The latter's main level horse stalls were converted into a kitchen and a powder room. The main room became a living room with exposed beams and a loft. The garage was transformed into a recreation area for dancing and entertainment.
Additions to the farm include a third barn (complete with animals) and a commercial greenhouse. Guests can also stay over night at the farmer's cottage.
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Free, on-site parking is available.