The original portion of the beautifully restored farmhouse was built in the early 18th century by the Trollinger family , German immigrants who came to Berks county when it was just being settled and farmed. The limestone quarry and limekiln at the entrance to the property supported not only the Trollinger farm but also the local iron forge. As the family grew and prospered, the larger main house was added in the mid-19th century.
The downstairs living room leads to the deck room that overlooks the Perkiomen creek. Upstairs we have five rustic chic guest suites including a large family suite on the third floor.