Country roads and commuting professionals.
Bucks County, spanning a space of 622 square miles, offers scenic country sides, history, the arts, downtown charm, miles of vineyards, gourmet dining, and small town villages. Bucks County is ideally located 25 miles North of Philadelphia, 75 miles from New York City and 150 miles from Washington, D.C. Although the commute via I-95 can take some time, you can hop on the Regional Rail in Warrington and Doylestown, and have a leisurely ride to center city Philadelphia.
Bucks County’s quaint towns and charming main streets are filled with fantastic dining and unique shopping. Whether you are looking to experience the Cultural District of Doylestown or lively nightlife along the Delaware in New Hope, adventure awaits you around every block. Looking for unique shopping? Venture to Peddler’s Village for one-of-a-kind items or Mill Street in Bristol for antiques and collectibles. Be sure to stop in Yardley or Newtown to check out the latest pubs and breweries.
Old-world charm and plenty of space.
With backroads and covered bridges, most cities in Bucks County have a “small-town” feel. But don’t let that fool you! There are plenty of strip malls, and big box stores within a short drive. Some homebuyers come here because they are looking for more historic homes with acreage, although there are many newer townhome developments built in the past 40 years to choose from.
Living in most Bucks County towns offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Doylestown Township there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks.
This large county hosts many different cities.
Bucks County has 31 townships, 23 boroughs, 18 census-designated places and five unincorporated communities.
The area’s small-town vibe and space to roam.
In love with nature? There are 16 county and state parks in Bucks totaling 7,500 acres. Hikers can enjoy 475 miles of trails in the county