Historic Morrisville Estate Lists Three Wooly Friends as Their Latest Tenants

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Image via Pennsbury Manor.
Hazel, Bramble, and Briar are the last additions to the estate's family.

A historic property in Bucks County has just invited three new tenants to its estate, reviving the life that the home once had.

Pennsbury Manor, located at 400 Pennsbury Memorial Road in Morrisville, has a few new guests living on the property. Hazel, Bramble, and Briar are the three latest sheep to be added to the farm’s collection of animals, bringing back a rural tradition that dates back to the manor’s original owners.

Donated to the manor by Paxon Hill Farm in New Hope, Bramble and Briar were born in January and came to the manor as newborns.

“The three are currently separated from our adult flock until the twins are weened,” the manor said online.

“Once that happens Hazel will join our adult flock and the lambs will be separate until they are a little bit older.”

The manor was once the estate of William Penn, founder of the state of Pennsylvania and considered the father of Bucks County.

Learn more about the sheep and other historical events at pennsburymanor.org.


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