This galley kitchen is in an old Greek Revival style farmhouse in Amity, Pennsylvania. The red oak and maple used for the
cabinets and counter tops came from trees that once stood on the property; the owners had the trees cut into lumber. The kitchen
occupies an area that was formerly a porch, and was later closed in. The original outside brick wall can be seen in the second photo.
The cabinets are red oak, and the counter tops are maple. The kitchen features a 54" wide baker's cabinet with a maple work top
inside the doors. The cabinets and counter tops were finished with GYM-SEAL; the finish was applied by the homeowners.
The house was built in 1844, and the property was originally homesteaded in 1790. The last photo shows the house from the front.
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