Bucks County, Pennsylvania

Bucks County is steeped in history and culture. It's where Washington crossed the Delaware River on Christmas night 1776 to end the Revolutionary War (at Washington's Crossing, Pennsylvania). The natural beauty combined with the excellent transportation and proximity to great cities and recreation make Bucks County a matchless location!

Top Reasons to Live in Bucks County

  • Proximity to Philadelphia, New York and Princeton.
  • Philadelphia Art Museum (Rocky ran those steps)
  • Seventy miles to Madison Square Garden.
  • Fifteen miles to Princeton University.
  • Award winning School Districts.
  • Housing prices are a fraction of towns with similar commuting distances to major cities and property taxes are lower.
  • Two International Airports within an hour (Philadelphia and Newark), three others (JFK, LaGuardia and BWI) within two. Full service domestic airport fifteen minutes away in Mercer County, New Jersey.
  • Ninety Minutes to skiing in the Poconos—sixty minutes to the beach at the Jersey Shore!
  • Culture in Philadelphia and Princeton.
  • Bucks County's rich history as the launchpad of victory in the Revolutionary War.
  • The home of William Penn and the Quakers.
  • Beautifully scenic—featuring rolling farmland, the Delaware River, and hiking trails.
  • Country inns and taverns.
  • Four TRUE seasons to celebrate!
  • Mass Transportation serving the New York and Philadelphia markets with SEPTA and New Jersey Transit, as well as AMTRAK for places beyond.
  • Arterial highway systems to take you in any Direction with Route 95 running North South and the Pennsylvania Turnpike, which turns into Route 70 in the area.
  • Wineries—there are over 150 wineries within an hour's drive of Philadelphia. Many are in Bucks County

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