Below is the mansion at Pennypacker Mills near Schwenksville, Pennsylvania. The mansion was first constructed around 1720 but redesigned and enlarged in 1901 in the Colonial Revival style. It is fully furnished with antiques collected by former Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1843-1916). It is situated on 180 acres of farm land near the Perkiomen Creek. I have not toured the house yet though I have looked in through windows from the outside; I'm saving that for a rainy day.
In the picture below, was a kayaker who was enjoying the warm weather that day along with me. It was in the mid/upper sixties that day. This is the Perkiomen Creek which is situated a little ways below the mansion.
And below are some plants with semi-dried yellow fruit that I saw in one of the fields around the mansion.