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What You’ll Love About Doylestown

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Amazing Amenities

Shopping, dining, parks, paths, entertainment, live events, fitness, even public transport...Doylestown Borough has it all.

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Supreme Safety

With a crime rate 77% lower than the national average (approximately 1.83 crimes per 100,000 people!), it’s no surprise Doylestown is safer than 84% of us cities.

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Excellent Employment

Did you know that the income per capita in Doylestown is 49% higher than the national average and the unemployment rate is 35% lower?


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Doylestown, PA: Rich in History and Culture 

Originally the province of the Lenni Lenape tribe of the Delaware Indians prior to the colonization by European settlers, the land that later became Doylestown and Bucks County remains widely regarded as some of the most beautiful countryside in Pennsylvania—and America! 

Fully embracing the future while preserving the best of its abundant heritage, Doylestown, PA has evolved into an area where exceptional people and industry, classic architectural forms, history, recreational fun and a picturesque landscape all combine to create a unique American identity, and where every day, residents and visitors alike sense its well-secured place in the stream of time as a truly one-of-a-kind community.

Spotlights of Doylestown


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Downtown Doylestown

A world of beautiful historic architecture and bustling streets filled with quaint shops, delicious eateries, music venues, and plenty of entertainment options await in Downtown Doylestown! Whether you’re looking for boutique shopping, drinks and dining, a little nightlife, maybe a movie, or just a scenic stroll, it’s time to head downtown!

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Preserved History

Though the needs of the community have changed dramatically since William Doyle opened his tavern over 250 years ago, the desire to preserve its character has not. Rather than destroy structures whose original purposes have long since faded into history, Doylestown residents and institutions alike have taken care to adapt them to modern needs, crafts and traits which had contributed to its particular indigenous identity. Today, historic sites such as Mercer Mansion, Fonthill, Moravian Pottery and Tile Works, and the James A. Michener Art Museum offer present-day displays of rich history.

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Outdoor Recreation

Parks, playgrounds, trails and open areas, picnic pavilions, and sports leagues…there’s no shortage of opportunities to get outside and enjoy beautiful weather in Doylestown! It’s proudly a bike-friendly community, with over 16 miles of trails, shared roadways, and side paths, many of which connect to a larger Pennsylvania system of trails. It’s also home to a public pool, several community parks and facilities, and plays host to many events and cultural programs throughout the year.


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Doylestown Residential Resources

Want to know even more about residential life in this outstanding city of beautiful homes, friendly faces, and big opportunities? You don’t have to look far! As your Doylestown experts, we know all the insider details! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!

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Quick Facts

Population (2014): 8,307
Population Growth Since 2000: +1%
Zip Code: 18901
County: Bucks

Mean Home Price (2013): $349,398

travel

Travel Times

Trenton, NJ: 45 min
Philadelphia: 1 hr
Allentown: 1 hr
Public Transportation: SEPTA Lansdale/Doylestown
Highways: US-202, PA-611

schools

Schools

District: Central Bucks School District

Elementary: Doyle, Linden
Middle: Lenape
High: Central Bucks West


Doylestown Real Estate

Find your ideal home in Doylestown! Contact a top Bucks County agent at The Corrigan Team today for more information on real estate and homes for sale in Doylestown.

Neighborhoods

$300,000 - $400,000
Breathtaking luxury awaits in Buckingham Woods.
$700,000 - $900,000
$400,000 - $600,000
Luxurious, Colonial-style homes are common in Fox Hunt Estates.
$550,000 - $1,200,000
$350,000 - $650,000
Sq Ft: 2,400 - 3,700

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