Bucks County

Named after the English County of Buckinghamshire, Bucks County is directly northeast of Philadelphia, with much of the area bordering New Jersey. With a strong appreciation of the arts, education, and it’s own rich history, Bucks County has a thriving economy and happy residents.

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Bucks County Real Estate Statistics

Average Price $680K
Lowest Price $1
Highest Price $14.5M
Total Listings 1,544
Avg. Days On Market 142
Avg. Price/SQFT $211

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Bucks County is a large area in Pennsylvania, about 622 square miles, made up of many boroughs and townships for home owners to choose from. Each one offers a different lifestyle, depending what you’re looking for. It’s fair to say there’s something for everyone in the Bucks County real estate market.

The homes for sale in Bucks County include massive country properties, historic downtown homes and condos, luxury mansions, apartments, smaller affordable homes, and of course, single family detached homes.

There’s more land in Bucks County than in the developed major cities nearby, which allows for more space in the home and the yard. It’s also a great investment as the market here continues to grow because of new developments. Owning land, and even vacant lots to build your dream home, is certainly a possibility in Bucks County.

With 50,000 people, Levittown is the largest community in Bucks County by far, but second is Croydon with roughly 10,000 residents living there. Bucks County is beautiful sprawling Pennsylvania county, with ideal small town living options all over.

Interested in learning more about Bucks County real estate? Contact us online or call 215-698-2000 for more information about buying and selling a home in Bucks County and other communities in the Pennsylvania area.

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Bucks County is immediately north of Montgomery County.

The population of Bucks County is roughly 650,000 people,making it the fourth most populous county in Pennsylvania. The total area covers just over 600 square miles, most of which is land. There are still however a few lakes and ponds, offering a haven in the summer months and properties with waterfront views.

There are several adjacent counties to Bucks County, two of which are Montgomery and Philadelphia. The state of New Jersey also borders the southern tip of Bucks County. Residential growth here rapidly expanded in the 1950s, but has since slowed in the past twenty years. This is not due to a lack of interest, as Bucks County is still a popular choice for prospective home buyers. It’s actually because much of the land has been, or is being, developed for residential use.

Bucks County is an amazing place to work, live, and raise a family, and investing in real estate here right now is the time to do it.

The population may be small for the area, but that does not mean it is under served in any area. It’s actually the opposite, with every resident being completely looked after in terms of services and needs. There’s even more than 15 school districts to serve the students that live here.

Bucks County is a small town living with everything you need still made available. It’s because of this wonderful way of life, and proximity to New York, that has made it such a hub for arts, culture, sports, and entertainment.

Notable artists have called Bucks County home, including theatre composer Stephen Sondheim and jazz legend Charlie Parker. Even local filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan set his blockbuster hit Signs in Bucks County. This wave of artistic influence has created a need and passion for the arts in Bucks County, from the theatre, to film festivals, and much more.

With such a rich history and abundance of land, Bucks County has always preserved the natural beauty of the area. There are five nature centers in Bucks County, ten county parks, six commonwealth parks, and eight recreational sites.

From the great shopping districts, to the craft breweries, to the incredible foliage that changes with every season, there’s much to see and do in Bucks County whether you’re visiting or call it home.

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