Novelty Hill Farm is located 2-miles south of Duvall, where the town of Novelty once stood. Currently, two white barns with green metal roofs sit across a grassy field and are nestled against a wooded hillside. The 2-story turn-of-the-century farmhouse sits to the southeast of the barns. At it’s height, however, the town of Novelty included a post office, church, store, dance hall, and hotel. Unfortunately, the old store and dance hall burned down in 1969. The farm is the only remaining landmark from that town, although it continues to show up on maps and the local community knows the area as Novelty. The farm consists of approximately 67 acres, 40 of which are fields in the flood plain adjacent to the Snoqualmie River. Hwy 203 and NE 124th St intersect in the middle of the farm, and the Snoqualmie Valley Trail (formerly tracks of the Milwaukee railroad) runs through it.
The Pumpkin Patch opens in October. Many varieties of pumpkins to choose from! Kettle corn, cider, apples, tractors, and more!
The Christmas Tree lot opens the day after Thanksgiving, with fresh, pre-cut Noble, Fraser, Douglas, and Grand Firs available.