The North Star Movie is being film on location in Bucks County, PA including:
Highland Farm/Hammerstein House – The beautiful Highland Farm is over 260 years old. When it was first built in the 1740’s, the house stood tall over more than 40 acres of rolling farmland. It was named Evergreen Farm, and included the main house, a smoke house, and a wine cellar. At that time, Bucks County, short for Buckinghamshire County, was one of only three counties in Pennsylvania. Most commerce resided in agriculture and land was deeded out by William Penn. The first owners were most certainly successful farmers who worked the land and grew their own food.
The Moland House - In the early evening of 10 August 1777, eleven thousand Continental and militia soldiers are marching up York Road towards the Cross Roads with Bristol Road [Hartsville, PA] on their way to Coryell’s Ferry [New Hope, PA] to camp four miles across the Delaware River. General George Washington receives a dispatch from John Hancock, President of the Second Continental Congress, placing the 260-vessel British fleet, hauling 17,000 troops under General William Howe, fifty miles south of the Delaware Capes [May & Henelopen] on 7 August. Unsure and wary of Howe’s intentions, Washington immediately halts his force to encamp around the bridge over the Little Neshaminy Creek in Warwick Township, Bucks County. Knowing the area and having ridden through only ten days earlier, he selects the substantial stone dwelling of Widow Moland as his Head Quarters on the farm north of the bridge.
Cuttalossa Farm - Cuttalossa Farm holds an iconic position in Bucks County’s history. This 18th century homestead was once the studio of famed Impressionist Painter Daniel Garber. Garber’s fame coupled with the extraordinary beauty of Cuttalossa Farm, has created a living canvas that has been photographed more than any other property in the area.
Mountain Pride Farm - Located in scenic upper Bucks County in Pennsylvania, Mountain Pride Farm raises registered pygmy goats, angora goats and llamas. Mountain Pride Farm began in 1985 as a small 6 acre farm in upper Bucks County, PA.
Plumstead Friends Meeting - Friends began meeting at Plumstead in 1730. For a period, worship services were discontinued. Plumstead Worship Group reopened the building for regular use in 1989 under the care of Buckingham Meeting. In 2002 it became a monthly meeting, with services weekly through the year and on Christmas Eve.
Ralph Stover State Park – Pipersville, PA
Carversville Farm – Carversville, PA
Cutalossa Road – Solebury, PA
Newtown Theatre – Newtown, PA
Tyler State Park – Newtown, PA
Meyer property – Pipersville, PA
McCoole’s at the Red Lion Inn – Quakertown, PA
Stover-Myers Mill – Bedminster Township, PA
Andalusia – Bensalem, PA
Tohickon Park – Point Pleasant, PA