Your New Period Home at Olde Bulltown Village
Olde Bulltown Village combines beautiful 18th century architecture and charm with relaxing 21st century luxury. Nestled in the historic hills of Northern Chester County, this elegant village boasts period homes in a serene location, with quick access to the Main Line and the city. In addition to beauty and location, Olde Bulltown Village boasts a surrounding private golf course, low maintenance living, and single homes in a small community.
Golf Course Living
Olde Bulltown Village proudly offers period homes built along the fairways of French Creek Golf Club. These exceptional and challenging 18 holes were designed by Gil Hanse, the 2016 Olympic Golf Course architect. Bulltown residents who own golf carts enjoy being able to drive right onto the cart path and down to the clubhouse. Five of the most magnificent holes of this first-class, private golf course encircle Olde Bulltown Village, giving it an unmatched setting.
Residents at Olde Bulltown Village are blessed with the luxury of travel for months at a time without concern for property maintenance. Whether you are leaving home for a night in the city, a weekend at the beach, or a month in Europe, Olde Bulltown Village offers the peace of mind that comes from knowing your property is not just taken care of, but is well-manicured and beautiful.
In a tranquil Chester County setting, Olde Bulltown Village residents thrive in an intimate community. Each property is maintained by a homeowner’s association – providing exceptional care and the luxury of stress-free turn-key living. When completed, this community will be reminiscent of historical Bulltown, where stone walls lined the fields, the forge of the blacksmith was heard in the street, and the general store traded within a stone’s throw of the schoolhouse.
Single Custom Period Homes
While providing a wonderful community, Bulltown also features the privacy of single homes. A core area of the Village employs architecture from the 18th century, including residential adaptations of past mercantile establishments scattered throughout the village such as a blacksmith shop, mill, general store, and school house. Outlying and in-fill parcels will compliment the village core by engaging varied period architecture from the 18th and 19th centuries.