Olde Bulltown Village

 
 

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Bulltown was an early commercial and industrial center founded by Colonel Thomas Bull. Shortly after his retirement as manager of Warwick Furnace in 1780, Bull erected a large fieldstone mansion, known thereafter as “Mount Pleasant”.
Additionally, as part of his settlement, Bull constructed a tenant house, a blacksmith shop, a saw/grist mill and two lime kilns. Mount Pleasant still stands proudly on the east side of Bulltown Road.
 
Location:
East Nantmeal Township, Pennsylvania 
Client:
Stoltzfus Enterprises, Ltd
Size: 
70 acres

Carter van Dyke
A s s o c i a t e s
Pennsylvania Office
40 Garden Alley
Doylestown, PA 18901
 
 
New York Office

6850 S Gannett Hill Rd.
Naples, NY 14512

Contact CVDA
(215) 345-4324 | Fax
 
Carter van Dyke, RLA, ASLA
 
Peter R. Fernandez, RLA, ASLA, CLARB