An example of something that would be described as bucolic is a farmhouse in the country.
Origin of bucolic
From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
- From Latin būcolicus, from Ancient Greek βουκολικός (boukolikos, “rustic, pastoral; meter used by pastoral poets”), from βουκόλος (boukolos, “cowherd”), from βοῦς (bous, “cow”) + -κολος (-colos, “keeper, tender”) (which is from Proto-Indo-European *kʷel- (“to move; to turn (around)”)) + -ικός (-icos, “-ic”).
- From Latin būcolicum, neuter substantive of būcolicus