Welcome to the
Celebrating 25 Years

Saturday, October 17, 2015
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM


Honoring Our History & Embracing Our Future

Saturday October 17th, 2015

Save the Date for the 25th annual Trinity Autumn House Tour on Saturday, October 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., rain or shine. As part of this silver anniversary celebration, we are presenting five beautiful properties with a wonderful mix of historic, renovated, and repurposed houses and structures. For the first time, we also are inviting Tour guests to Trinity Church for a short lecture and demonstration given by Tim Harrell, Choir Master/Organist, on Trinity's meticulously handcrafted Martin Pasi Opus 17 pipe organ. Throughout the day, guests are welcome in the Sanctuary to view numerous artistic appointments created by Parish and local artists, including the Nakashima altar.

Proceeds from this tour will help fund Trinity's local, regional and international mission, including Peacemeal, a Trinity Church ministry that has been providing meals and hospitality to persons with HIV & AIDS for over twenty years.

Tickets are available for online purchase here. If you prefer to order by mail, please click here for a mailable order form.

If you are not already on our mailing list, please email your name and address to: contact@trinitysolebury.org

Trinity Autumn House Tour is pleased to recognize and honor Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, Bucks County Audubon Society, Heritage Conservancy, and Solebury Township Historical Society for their commitment to land and resource conservation and historic preservation and education. We thank these organizations for enriching our communities both today and for future generations, and we thank each of them for their support as a Community Partner for this tour.

Jacqui Griffith, Rick Lansill, & Roger Stikeleather
Trinity Autumn House Tour Chairpersons - 2015

Beans House
Beautifully located on one of Solebury's most scenic roads, this 18th-century style manor home is surrounded by panoramic views of meadows, gardens, and nearby Honey Hollow Pond. A complete remodel in 2014 combines historic and contemporary interior design elements to create spaces for comfortable yet sophisticated family living. This meticulously crafted home and its numerous outbuildings reflect the quiet elegance of a bygone era

The Lukens Thomas Mansion
This Greek Revival mansion with direct river views was built in the 1850s by Lukens Thomas, a prosperous mill owner and lumber merchant. Sold in 1859 to the Tinsman Brothers, the home remained in the Tinsman family until 2013, and has since been carefully restored following Charles Weiler's design inspiration. The result is the stunning integration of old world charm with modern amenities.

The Barn
The Barn was built in Wrightstown in 1814 and moved by the previous owners to Solebury in 2002. During reconstruction, the footprint of the original four bent barn was extended to accommodate more living spaces. Situated on 3.25 acres on Primrose Creek, the property delights and surprises with its unique architecture, natural surroundings, and abundance of daylight streaming in through many large windows.

The Lumberville Church
Built in 1870, for the Lumberville Methodist Episcopal Church and repurposed in the 1990s as a private family home, this property boasts stunning views of the Delaware River and magical interior lighting entering from all directions through banks of oversized antique glass windows. A young family blends an active contemporary lifestyle with the history and craftsmanship of an antique structure.

Harvest Moon Farm
The original farmhouse dates to the 1790s. The current residence, renovated in 2004, uses the original stone bank barn for interior walls, and incorporates weathered barn siding and exposed beams to create a modern, comfortable, barn-like living atmosphere. Cozy yet large-scale family and entertainment areas combine with unobstructed long distance views to reward the eye from every angle and space.

Pipe Organ Lecture and demonstration from 11:30 A.M. AND 2:00 P.M. at Trinity Church. In the Anglican tradition, the pipe organ is the foundation of the worship service. A special lecture and demonstration will be conducted by Tim Harrell featuring Trinity's hand-crafted Opus 17 pipe organ. Tim will talk about the organ's special design and musical elements and you will hear pieces specially selected to highlight the range and beauty of the organ. Tim has been Organist/choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Church Solebury since 1998, and has also served in various capacities for Choral Union at Lehigh University; Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Trenton, NJ; St. John's Episcopal in Olympia, WA; and Doylestown Presbyterian Church. Tim graduated with a B.S. in Organ Performance from Old Dominion University, and a M.M. in Organ Performance & Church Music from Westminster Choir College in Princeton


The Trinity Sanctuary (c. 2000) will be open for viewing during the Tour. This beautiful structure complements the original 1870 campus, incorporating elements of traditional Anglican and Quaker architecture, and is part cathedral, part barn, part theatre. Many artistic appointments created by Parish and local artists, including the Nakashima altar, will be featured.

Purchase Tickets
Three easy ways to pre-order tickets -

Online: Order Online below. Tickets will be held for pickup at the church on the day of the tour between 9:30 AM and 2:00 PM.

Mail-in: Click here for order form. Mail the completed form to Trinity House Tour, P.O. Box 377, Solebury, PA 18963. Please include your check (payable to Trinity House Tour) and a stamped, self-addressed, business sized envelope. Your tickets and map will be mailed to you. The orders received without the self-addressed, business-sized envelope will be held for pickup at Trinity Church the day of the tour between 9:30 AM and 2:00 PM. Orders received after October 9th will also be held at Trinity Church for pickup on tour day.

Walk-in: Purchase tickets in the church office at Trinity Church starting October 12th, on weekdays from 10 am to 3 pm. Tickets can be purchased the day of the tour 9:30 AM and 2:00 PM.

Tickets will be available for purchase on tour day at Trinity Church between 9:30 AM and 2PM.
Credit cards accepted online and on tour day.

Please Note:

No children under the age of 12 are permitted.

The homes are not handicapped accessible.

Last house admittance 3:45 p.m.; Tour concludes at 4:00 p.m.

Sorry, no interior photography is allowed.

Online Ordering

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Please Note:

No children under the age of 12 are permitted.

The homes are not handicapped accessible.

Sorry, no photography is allowed.

Our Sponsors and Community Partners
The house tour committee wishes to thank the generosity of our sponsors and our community partners. For information on sponsorship, please click here.
Event Sponsors:
Bucks County Herald, Lisa James Otto Country Properties
Keller Williams Real Estate - Doylestown, Whitney And Chris Chandor, Natalie And Wayne Thomas

Randy Apgar And Allen Black, Nancy Bridwell ASID, Bucks County Magazine, Doylestown Women's Health Center, Friend Of Trinity Church Solebury, Jacqui And Dave Griffith, Mary Beth Kineke And Carl Holstrom, Kitchens By Charles Weiler, Rick Lansill, Fred Wilkinson And Joe Baker - Movement Mortgage, Pattie And Roger Stikeleather, Ardith Talbott, The First National Bank & Trust Company Of Newtown, Ellen And Rick Vinson

Finkels Hardware, Good Friend Of Trinity Church, McElroy Landscaping, Jeanne And Dr. Robert Ozols, Park Avenue Pastries, Shirlee Prescott, Betty Stagg And John Nordling, Presidential Bank Mortgage, Porterhouse Restaurant And Pub, Suburban Propane, The Living Earth, The Sneaky Caterer, Tustin Mechanical Services, Tilley Fire Equipment Company, Walter's Nursery, Susan Rorer Whitby, Trey Wilson

Alpat Complete Maintenance, Elizabeth And Richard Carrick, Cathy And Dick Dafrico, Friend Of Trinity Church Solebury, Goldenberg's Estate Mngt. LLC, Helen Montgomery, Kay And Steve Rock, Marilou And David Stewart, The Norman Bing Group - Merrill Lynch Wealth Management, Stockton Fine Wines And Spirits, Volume One Hair Design, Barbara And Mike Yount

Good Neighbor:
Ghost Tours Of New Hope, Mary Richardson Miller, Mary And Eric Muth, Ginny And Ashby Saunders, Barrie And Patrick Summers

Community Partners:
Bucks County Audubon Society, Bowman's Hill Wildflower Preserve, Heritage Conservancy, Solebury Township Historical Society

Our community partners