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Space Where Inspiration Lives and Imaginations Open

This circa 1790 Bucks County Farm is hidden down a long and graceful tree-lined entrance, that immediately pulls at your heartstrings with its meandering streams, gardens and groves of birch, willow and evergreen. The property quietly opens to reveal a cluster of majestic and historic buildings, including the main house, guest house, bank and milking barns, silo, horse barn, stable and corn crib, surrounded within the privacy of 180 acres of large open fields, pastures and densely wooded areas. 

As part of a trend of New York City artists and writers who moved to Bucks County and purchased large farms for escape, leisure, entertaining and gentleman farming, the farm was purchased in 1938 by the playwright, Jack Kirkland and soon became a gathering place for stars of the American Theater. 


Owned since 1999 by Robin and Marty Staff, Kirkland Farm continues it’s legacy as a rustic retreat and inspirational setting to be shared. Kirkland Farm is enjoyed during the year by guests that include a vast community of artists, friends and family who come to stay at the Main House and Guest House residency for celebrations and creative retreats. 


Every Season at Kirkland Farm Provides it Own Magic.

Join Us as our Guests and Enjoy this Mystical Farm.

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