Pennsylvania’s Bramingham Estate, from its cloistered eleven acres in Solebury, carries on the revered tradition of Bucks County. Past a cobblestone drive, the enchanting main house welcomes you into a wood-floored foyer and sensational sunken great room graced by murals depicting American presidents. The Palladian-windowed dining room, library, and island kitchen follow. The main suite boasts a spiral staircase to a private treetop-view library. At lower level are a wine cellar, sauna, gameroom, and solarium. A poolhouse, tennis court, pond, and 200-year-old converted barn—The Lodge—delight nearby.