Buying Neighborhood Spotlight: Jamison, PA  What to do; where to dine and shop; and what you don’t want to miss You’ll find the small village of Jamison situated along Route 263 in Warwick Township, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.  It’s less than an hour from Philadelphia and is home to approximately 8,500 people. The town is named after the Jamison family, the […]
Buying Neighborhood Spotlight: Holland, PA Holland, PA Holland, PA, is in Northampton Township on the outskirts of the Philadelphia metro, with approximately 20,000 residents. Originally known as Rockville because of Mill Creek’s rocky cliffs, it was renamed Holland in 1870 after the original Dutch settlers in the 1600s. For most of the town’s existence, it featured mainly farmland, but in […]
Architecture Discover Broadview Farm Broadview Farm Welcome to the cozy corner of Buckingham Township, where time seems to stand still and history whispers through the trees. Nestled amidst 10.9 acres of pure enchantment, Broadview Farm beckons you to embark on a journey through its storied past and tranquil present. Let’s Take a Stroll Through Broadview: Where Every Nook Tells […]
Buying Neighborhood Spotlight: Warminster, PA Neighborhood Spotlight: Warminster, PA What to do; where to dine and shop; and what you don’t want to miss Warminster is in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, and sits roughly 15 miles from Philadelphia. The population is approximately 30,000. Warminster gets its name from a small town in Wiltshire County, Salisbury Plain, England. The area boasts a […]
HuntingdonVelley Neighborhood Spotlight: Tullytown, PA Neighborhood Spotlight: Tullytown, PA The Dutch settled the area that is now Tullytown in 1616, but it was officially founded by William Penn in 1681. Originally, Tullytown was a village in Falls Township but became its own borough in 1891. Today, it sits in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with a population of approximately 3,000 people. Tullytown […]
NeighborhoodSpotlight Neighborhood Spotlight: Washington Crossing, PA What to do; Where to dine and shop; & What you don’t want to miss   When you visit Washington Crossing, you find yourself in the same place where George Washington crossed the Delaware. That’s right. This small village is home to the site where Washington crossed the Delaware River during the American Revolution. The […]
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