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New Homes in Bucks County Offer Residents Year-round Fun

Categories: Things to do in Bucks County | Posted: December 31, 2018

If you’re looking to live in an area with genuine small-town warmth and plenty to do all year, consider buying a home in Sellersville, PA. The historic downtown district offers quaint gathering places and authentic entertainment as well as museum tours and a variety of ways to stay active during every season of the year. Whether it’s a bright winter afternoon or a sunny summer morning, you and your family can enjoy the diverse array of dining, entertainment and recreation the region has to offer.

The Arbors at Hilltown in Bucks County is a new Hallmark Homes Group community featuring gorgeous homes, plenty of outdoor space and access to world-class amenities. The neighborhood is located just south of downtown Sellersville in an area known for small-town friendliness while being top-ranked for livability. Within the community, residents of these new homes in Bucks County enjoy the calmness of a tree-lined cul-de-sac neighborhood surrounded by a large wooded area.

Enjoy a Historic Getaway

Sellersville is saturated with history that has transformed over the years. Located in the heart of town is the popular Sellersville Theater. Built originally as a stable in 1894, the building was converted to a charming community theatre in the early 1950s. Live music and comedy year-round from nationally and internationally recognized performers make it the perfect destination for date night or a night out with friends.

Just next door, you can visit the Washington House – an ornate hotel converted from a 200-year-old farmhouse. Celebrate a birthday, an anniversary or perhaps some quality time by starting with an eclectic wine and dinner menu at the on-site restaurant. Plus, your out-of-town guests can enjoy the comfort of one of the 20 unique hotel rooms – beautifully restored in 2016.

Peruse the Region’s Past

The Sellersville Museum offers a detailed glimpse into local antiquity through artwork, photographs, costumes and artifacts relating to the town’s namesake, Samuel Sellers, a onetime owner of the Washington House. Learn about the various regional industries of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries while delving into the personal histories of local innovators, artists and captains of industry.

Local Amenities Abound

From exercise facilities and grocery stores to local cafes and one-of-a-kind boutiques, the Sellersville area also offers plenty of amenities for your everyday routine and for those who love to stay active year-round. Residents can enjoy five outdoor parks for fresh air on temperate days including the beautiful Lenape Park. From exercise trails, walking and biking to fishing and ballfields, there are activities for everyone including a dog park for your four-legged friends.

Venture Outward

The region around Sellersville has plenty to offer for those who love new adventures. Explore the Lost River Canyons, tour 12 remaining covered bridges, take a hot air balloon ride or discover museums dedicated to famous authors James Michener and Pearl S. Buck.

Come See for Yourself

The Arbors at Hilltown offer an exceptional living experience combined with the unique charm of the Sellersville area. Visit today to explore the area and learn more about the luxury homes that are situated amid year-round excitement and fun.

Connie Sweeney

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