Bucks County homes are set in an area brimming with local history; staying grounded in the area’s roots while also keeping the future in focus has allowed this vibrant community to flourish. With land that is widely regarded some of the most beautiful in Pennsylvania, and even America, the richness of Bucks County’s past is prevalent with the plethora of historic sites that are set throughout its cities.

The area’s unique setting can clearly be seen in the pristinely manicured mansions along the Delaware River that date as far back as the 17th century, the assortment of covered bridges that bring their own historical charm, the various historic downtown areas that offer shopping and dining within their own distinctive atmospheres, and the 300-year old Bucks County Village that gives visitors a glimpse into what life used to be like in beautiful Pennsylvania. When looking to the future, the people in Bucks County believe in the importance of preserving unused land and keeping certain natural habitats as untouched as possible.

Arts and entertainment in Bucks County are as varied as they come, with not only amphitheaters that host philharmonic and symphony orchestras, but also playhouses that offer choral performances, plays and musicals. The family can enjoy seeing how things work at one of the last working farms in historic Bucks County, or have fun with the kids exploring an amusement park based on the popular Sesame Street. Locals also enjoy all the annual community festivals, fairs and vintage car shows that spring up each year.

Getting in touch with nature is of high importance to those who own Bucks County properties, whether it’s river rafting or canoeing, horseback-riding or hiking on nature trails, hot air ballooning or just sitting back to relax and enjoy the view from a riverboat on the Delaware River. The importance of education to residents is evident with some of the most well respected educational facilities in the country such as Princeton close-at hand.

It is the unique blend of the past and present that draws new residents in to the Bucks County real estate market and choosing the right real estate agent to help on that journey is vitally important. When you choose John Meulstee you are utilizing the expertise of a local Bucks County REALTOR who knows the ins and outs of Bucks County PA, and buying or selling your next piece of Bucks County real estate just got a little easier.

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    • The Yardley Beer Fest May 19, 2011 11:21 am
      Even though Bucks County is known for its great vineyards, there’s a lot more to the local bar scene than just a glass of Merlot. If a nice, cold beer is more your style, head up to Yardley, PA on May 21st, where you can find the 4th annual Beer Fest. Held from 1 to […] […]
    • Bucks County Designer House and Gardens Tour May 17, 2011 11:30 pm
      If you aren’t currently in the market for a historic Bucks County home for sale, you can still enjoy the architecture and history that make the buildings here so famous. Bucks County Designer House is an annual fundraiser put on by the Village Improvement Association of Doylestown (V.I.A), which supports the Doylestown hospital and community. […] […]
    • New Hope Ghost Tour May 17, 2011 11:19 pm
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    • New Hope Renaissance Fair April 13, 2011 2:25 am
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