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Bucks county is full of real estate options from farms to high rise, condos and townhouses, 5 bedroom colonial homes, multifamily duplexes and apartment buildings to commercial property.

If you're interested in downtown Philadelphia or any of the other local communities in the greater Bucks county area, please use the real estate resources you'll find on to aid in you home search or new Bucks county mortgage process.

Bucks County, PA History

Bucks County was established by William Penn as one of the three original counties in Pennsylvania.  It was named for Buckinghamshire, Penn’s ancestral home in England.  Penn lived in Bucks County, at Pennsbury Manor. It was here on Christmas Day in1776 that George Washington prepared his troops to cross the Delaware and attack Trenton. Their success marked the turning point in the American Revolution.  Washington Crossing National Park commemorates this event.

Bucks County is bounded on the northwest by Lehigh County, by Northampton on the north, Philadelphia County on the south and Montgomery County on the west, and the Delaware River on the east.  Doylestown is the county seat. Northern Bucks County is noted for its lovely scenery, farms and popular tourist attractions: the shops and studios of New Hope, Washington Crossing Historic Park and Peddler’s Village. Bucks County has become a haven for artists and writers who work in the New York area. James Michener lived there, as well as Pearl Buck, Stephen Sondheim, Oscar Hammerstein II and Moss Hart, to name only a few. Lower Bucks County has two large shopping malls: Neshaminy Mall and Oxford Valley Mall, as well as Sesame Place theme park.

Serious housing development started in the 1950s with the construction of Levitttown.  Before too long the county became a preferred residential area for Philadelphians and New Yorkers who preferred country living. By the 1990s loss of land in Lower Bucks had stabilized development, but redevelopment has proliferated. Developers have purchased abandoned buildings along the river for luxury housing. Central and Upper Bucks are still seeing growth,

The largest industries in the county are services to buildings and developments, eat-in restaurants and health care. A large number of residents commute to the Philadelphia or New York areas or cross the river to New Jersey


Bucks County Homes For Sale

The average price of a residence in Lower Bucks County is between  $221,000 and $276,000. In Upper Bucks the average price is between  $459,000 and $515,000 and up. A three bedroom condo in New Hope sells for $995,000.

Bucks County PA Relocation

If your planning on relocating to Bucks county Pennsylvania we are prepared to offer you all the local county information and relocation assistance you'll need. Whether you're relocation is from as close as New Jersey or you're relocating to Bucks county PA from as far away as California you'll find the Bucks county community second to none!

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