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What You’ll Love About Solebury, PA
Charming historic homes dating back to the 18th and 19th centuries intermingle with breathtaking countryside estates.
Rolling hills, lush forest, open fields, rushing rivers, and trickling streams encompass the breathtaking rural landscape.
Four-seasons recreation awaits along the banks of the sparkling Delaware River in the countryside of Solebury.
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Come Explore Life in Solebury
Located just over the Pennsylvania/New Jersey border just 30 minutes outside of Trenton, NJ, the charming community of Solebury, PA is a world of beautiful countryside bliss. Rich history and beautiful preserved architecture perfectly mesh with this thriving modern community tucked along the banks of the Delaware River, a quaint Pennsylvania community filled with recreational attractions, outdoor recreation, plenty of amenities, and outstanding opportunities for high-quality.
Spotlights of Solebury
Solebury is served by the New-Hope-Solebury School District, primarily located in nearby New Hope, PA. The New Hope-Solebury High School was recently ranked the #2 high school in Pennsylvania by US News & World Report. Additionally, Solebury is home to the Solebury School, a private day and boarding school.
Historic Districts That Still Bring Charm
Before the town of Solebury was founded, the area was separated into distinct villages, each with their own character and industrial importance. These villages today are historic districts that still maintain their unique charm and heritage, and many are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Carversville: A hub of industrial activity and home to many mills in the 1700's and 1800's, Cartersville today is still home to landmarks like the Carversville Inn and the buildings that once housed the inn's carriage shed and stables.
Centre Bridge: Named "Centre Bridge" after the first bridge was built in the village in 1813, this community was established on the main road between Philadelphia and New York City.
Cuttalossa: Grist mills, saw mills, and a phosphate factory thrived with power from the Cuttalossa Creek in the 1800's, yet this village is also acclaimed for its stunning natural beauty, which has attracted artists and adventurers alike.
Lumberville: The lumber industry helped give this village this name, as the area was filled with stately chestnut, pine, spruce, and cherry trees ideal for making furniture.
Phillips Mill: A quaint English village, Phillips Mill is a true local treasure, still offering fine dining at the circa-1750's Inn at Phillips Mill and providing Solebury residents with a way to step back in time.
Upper Aquetong Valley: Settled in the 1700's, the Upper Aquetong Valley is steeped in its agricultural heritage. Farms, fields, and historic homes are still standing, preserving the district's historic charm.
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