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Warrington PA real estate

Real estate is available at attractive prices in Warrington. The township is an excellent place to raise a family. Set in an area of lovely farm fields, yet near enough to all the amenities, the superb public schools and recreational activities make Warrington real estate a good investment.  

Average listing price is $380,764, while average sales price is $270,000. Condominiums are available and reasonable. A two bedroom/one and one half bath lists for $179,900. An older single home is priced at $199,900 with three bedrooms and two baths. A four bedroom with three baths is $399,900. A four bedroom with three and one half baths lists at $569,900.

Warrington’s population is approximately 17,000. The  school district, Central Bucks, is a highly rated district.  There are several elementary school, a middle school and Central Bucks High School South.

Warrington Township has ten park locations.  Several parks are set up as “tot lots” with equipment suitable for preschoolers and other young children. Barness Park has a football field and seven baseball diamonds as well as a tot lot and concession stand. Upper Nike Park has seven soccer fields and picnic tables. King Park has a football field, two multi-use fields, a baseball field and tennis and basket ball courts.

The Special Equestrian Center is located on a forty acre tract and is designated for special-needs children. There is also the Mary Barness Swim and Tennis Club.  There are basketball, lacrosse, baseball, soccer and other sports programs available under other auspices. Lower Nike features a pavilion and a skating rink. Bradford Dam, a 280 acre tract of open space, is perfect for fishing and hiking.

Warrington’s adjacent area and much of Bucks County has seen the growth of the biotech industry. The county has become a major home to biotech companies.  Tourism has also flourished in Bucks County.  Nearby New Hope and Peddlers’  Village are major attractions, as well as Washington’s Crossing Park and Sesame Place. Neshaminy Mall, and new 140 acre Valley Square are  great places to shop, and there are many other stores and restaurants nearby.  Parx Casino is just a short drive in Bensalem.

Warrington has great golf courses within easy reach. Fairways, Neshaminy Valley, Warminster’s Five Ponds are three of the public courses. There are many, many more, both private and public in the area.

Warrington Township, PA History

Warrington Township was part of the William Penn’s Purchase of 1685. In William Penn’s will, ten thousand acres were left to his grandson. One thousand four hundred and seventeen acres lay in Warrington.  It was the last area of central Bucks County to be organized. In October 1734 the township was founded. At the beginning, the township consisted of four villages: Warrington, Neshaminy, Tradesville and Pleasantville. It has sometimes been called the  “Gateway to Historic Bucks County”.  Its location was at the intersection of the Doylestown - Willow Grove Turnpike and Bristol Road, now known as Easton Road (Route 611).
There are eighty buildings in the township seeking historic recognition. The Frog Hollow Inn is one of the oldest inns in the country. Frog Hollow is another name given to the Little Neshaminy Valley. Neshaminy is an Indian name, reminiscent of the Lenni Lenape Indians who lived along the creek and from whom William Penn purchased land.

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