Bucks County Pennsylvania is a wonderful place to live. The area is rich in history being the location of pivotal battles during the Revolutionary War. There are many Bucks County Benefits. Many influential individuals have lived in Bucks County include American author James A Michener. He resided in the Hills of Amish County is Lancaster PA. For the early portion of his life he called Bucks County his home. From Wikipedia:
“Michener wrote that he did not know who his biological parents were, or exactly when or where he was born. He said he was raised a Quaker by an adoptive mother, Mabel Michener, in Doylestown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania.”
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James claimed the peaceful environment eased his mind into thinking good thoughts. The Amish countryside will definitely have that effect on a person. We can certainly agree with James that Bucks County is a beautiful and peaceful place to live. Nestled in the woods just north of Philadelphia, Bucks County contains Washington Crossing Historic Park. The park is more than 500 acres of American history, natural beauty and family fun. The Delaware River meanders through to the southeast. We think you will love it. It’s just one of the many reasons to live in Bucks County. Others include:
- Advantage of suburban life just a short distance from 3 major cities: Philadelphia PA, New York City NY, and Princeton NJ.
- Outstanding Schools. The Tri-State area is know nationwide for Blue Ribbon School Districts.
- Location! One hour North is the Poconos mountains with excellent skiing and snowboarding.
- Location! One hour South is Island Beach State Park, with some of the best migratory fishing in the area.
We can’t wait for you to get here! You will love the Bucks County Benefits. Check out some of our listings and contact us today!