Historic PA German farmstead (c.1825) in rural Tinicum Township, with museum quality restoration by present owners between 1982-2000. The three bedroom, 2 bath, stone house, gracefully framed by towering trees, features random width floors, original trim/hardware, walk-in fireplace, deep sills, exposed beams, 2 winding staircases, modern mechanicals, and 7 zone heat. Ancillary buildings, also lovingly restored and integral to this farmstead, include frame bank dairy barn with workshop, two- story summer kitchen with fireplace, woodshed, privy, double corn crib, and wagon shed. The 14+ acres comprise mixed habitats, from open meadows, to juniper woods and mature oak woodlands managed under a registered Forest Stewardship program (Act 319), with paths through varied habitats for butterflies, birds, and wildflowers. Come and discover the offerings of this property through its flora and fauna, and connect with the ways our forefathers lived in similar conditions to those of this farm. On the National Register of Historic Places, as the Lewis Summers Farm, but the designation does not impose any restrictions.