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About Tissue Farm

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Built on land originally owned by Captain William Tissue (of the Revolutionary Army) this 1940s brick warehouse was built on the rock foundation of the former Confluence Hotel (1882-1941); it later became an auto dealership and garage with two apartments above. The apartments were renovated into one 3200 sqft apartment in the 1990s by a previous owner. It feels like an old farmhouse on top of this warehouse, with picturesque views of the river, town, trees and mountains.

Over the coming years, we are planning to open as espresso stand/store in the storefront of the building, and will host an Artist Residency program, that will fill our gallery with art

We are a five minute bike ride (.8 of a mile) from the Great Allegheny Passage (GAP) Trail in Confluence, 26 minutes (15 miles) by car to Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater and 23 minutes (13 miles) to his later home, Kentuck Knob. Whitewater rafting, fly fishing, hiking, biking, and skiing are all close by.

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What our Guests are Saying...

"That place is extraordinary and should get all and more attention. I want to go back with my spouse, and not just to hang out with the lovely hosts. The Tissue Farm is special!"

~ Qathi

"The Tissue Farm is an amazing space, the living area is stylishly set up with lots of great details. They were very welcoming hosts and of course Confluence is a beautiful setting in the middle of all sorts of great nature activities. I would definitely recommend staying here, and I'm excited to see how it evolves."

~ Alex

"A really interesting space hosted by a friendly and welcoming couple. We loved staying here as we cycled the GAP up to Pittsburgh. It was so nice to stay in a home and listen to the history of the building and life in Confluence. Very clean and relaxing environment."

~ Kate

Amazing place! I was very happy with my stay while biking the GAP trail. Pope and Suzanne were awesome hosts and really cool people. 

~ John