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Bucks County Single-Family Homes

A large single-family home in Bucks County, PA When you live in a single-family home, your home is your castle and that means more room, more yard space, and more potential. As long as you follow the neighborhood and subdivision regulations and ordinances, you can do with it as you wish. People love owning a detached house in Bucks because this is a space that is completely their own and it can be modified and improved to fit changing needs and fancies. You're in control! If you're running out of room with a growing family, there is no need to move; you have the power to build an addition to the house, as long as you follow the rules and regulations. And with houses in Bucks County appreciating much faster than townhomes or condos, it's a wise financial decision.

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Photo of Listing #PABU522622
  • 3 Beds
  • 2 Baths
  • 1,144 SQFT

5400 Curley Hill Rd, PIPERSVILLE, PA - $575,000

BHHS Fox & Roach-Doylestown
Photo of Listing #PABU529868
  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 2,685 SQFT

1233 Arbutus Ave, LANGHORNE, PA - $610,000

Open The Beautiful Carmine Door, And Step Into The Fabulous Two-story Foyer With Chandelier. Stroll Past The Oversized Living Room To The Well Thought Out Gourmet Kitchen Featuring 42" Century Cabinetry, Stainless Appliances, Large Granite Islan...

Bering Real Estate Co.
Photo of Listing #PABU2002588
  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,822 SQFT

250 Alden Ave, MORRISVILLE, PA - $410,000

Location Location Location! 4 Bedroom, 2 Full Bathroom Single Family In The Sought After Neighborhood Of Pennsbury Heights. Low Taxes Of Falls Twp And The Award Winning Pennsbury High School District.

RE/MAX Properties - Newtown
Photo of Listing #PABU2004402
  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,640 SQFT

3685 River Rd, NEW HOPE, PA - $689,000

Discover This Circa 1855 Classic Bucks County River House, Meticulously Restored And Upgraded With Extensions And Modern Amenities Under The Care Of Its Current Owners. From The Custom Made Wrought Iron Handrails And Stained-glass Window From Loca...

Kurfiss Sotheby's International Realty
Photo of Listing #PABU2004040
  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,914 SQFT

236 Westbury Dr, WARMINSTER, PA - $425,000

Welcome Home To 236 Westbury Dr In Beautiful Warminster, Pa. This 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Home Is Located On A Quiet Street In A Great Neighborhood. Featuring A Large Kitchen, Living & Dining Rooms, Laundry, And An Updated Powder Room On The First F...

EXP Realty, LLC
Photo of Listing #PABU2004142
  • 3 Beds
  • 3 Baths
  • 2,435 SQFT

2088 Peppermint Rd, COOPERSBURG, PA - $510,000

Introducing River Birch Way, A Circa 1849 Farmhouse Which Is Quietly Nestled Amongst Willow Trees, Surrounded By The Tranquility Of Country Life. Arise Each Morning To Natural Sunlight From The Numerous Windows Which Offer 360 Views Of A Courtyar...

Addison Wolfe Real Estate
Photo of Listing #PABU2004378
  • 3 Beds
  • Baths
  • 2,106 SQFT

1623 Briarwood Dr #129, BENSALEM, PA - $324,900

Active Adult Community With Maintenance Free Living In Salem Manor. Upon Arrival You Will Immediately Fall In Love With The Covered Front Porch And Two Story Foyer Boasting Over 2100sq/ft Of Living, Open Floor Concept Throughout The First Floor ...

Weichert Realtors
Photo of Listing #PABU2004506
  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 3,900 SQFT

0 N Main St, YARDLEY, PA - $1,000,000

Last Building Lot On Main St In Yardley Boro! This Is A Fully Approved Building Lot With Public Water And Sewer Hook Ups. Natural Gas Is Available To Heat The New Home. With Views Of The Historic Lakeside Property, Wooded Lot And Sidewalks Into ...

BHHS Fox & Roach-Yardley
Photo of Listing #PABU2002338
  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 2,016 SQFT

109 Lakeview Dr, NEW HOPE, PA - $649,000

A Single Family Home Within Walking Distance Of New Hope Boro? Welcome To 109 Lakeview Drive! If You Want To Be Able To Walk Into The Boro And Enjoy All Of The Restaurants, Shopping And Nightlife But You Also Want The Quiet And Privacy That Life I...

Addison Wolfe Real Estate
Photo of Listing #PABU2003872
  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 4,800 SQFT

1640 Lower State Rd, DOYLESTOWN, PA - $743,000

*priced $24,000 Under Zestimate. Please Follow All Covid 19 Mandates. Welcome To Our Home. Home Is Larger Than It Appears From Road. Sits Back Off Road With Trees And Burm. Meticulously Maintained Custom 2 Story Cape On 1 Acre. Walk Up The Bri...

Homestarr Realty
Photo of Listing #PABU2003244
  • 4 Beds
  • Baths
  • 1,522 SQFT

816 Washington Ave, CROYDON, PA - $285,000

Must See This Adorable Cape Cod Home On A Quite Street. This Home Features 4 Good Sized Bedrooms. One Is On The Main Floor So It Can Be Used As An Office Or Bedroom. The Kitchen Is Eat In And Has Been Recently Renovated. The Dining Room Has...

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Bucks County, Single-Family Heritage Homes

Bucks County Pennsylvania is an area steeped in American history, and the architecture is no different, with some single-family homes being over 200 years old. Many of these heritage pieces have been lovingly restored, but many still are in need of a little TLC - perfect for any handy person with an eye for history and a good deal.

Houses for sale in these styles include small stone and log cottages, all the way up to grand Georgian mansions. And, between these two, buyers can also find wood frame and clapboard farmhouses. In almost all cases the homes will occupy a place of prestige in their respective areas.

In this range, prepare yourself for large, authentic stone hearths, exposed beam ceilings, hardwood floors, and heritage features overflowing with old-world charm. Buyers looking for something different should also keep an eye out for the odd converted barn, for the ultimate in neo-rustic, open-concept luxury.

But a piece of American history isn't the only thing on offer in Bucks County PA. The area also hosts a range of single-family home styles covering a broad spectrum of trends extending right through the 20th century and beyond.

Early 20th Century Houses in Bucks County, PA

Bucks County's turn-of-the-century homes begin to show the developing wealth and sophistication of a settled, growing populace. Large porches, interior moldings, and ornamental details start to come through in Victorian, Queen Anne, and folk-Gothic styles. Single-family homes of this type tend to be a little larger than their historic forebears, reaching sizes of 1500 square feet and up.

The post-war years saw a boom in the construction of smaller homes for working-class families. These minimal-traditional dwellings showcased styles like Cape Cod, Craftsman-style bungalows, and the first inklings of early-modern architecture. On green lawns in Pennsylvania's growing suburbs, these comfortable homes boast modern amenities in convenient locations.

At the same time, the luxury home market in Bucks County saw its own developments. Various revival styles in either the Colonial or Tudor traditions sprang up, often on large lots that today have developed into leafy oases of quiet and seclusion.

Modern Single-Family Homes in Bucks County

Mid to late-century homes in Bucks County showed a strong preference for low, strong lines and multi-leveled layouts. At the upper end of the market, sprawling ranchers inspired by the modern Prairie aesthetic begin to make a strong showing, while on the more modest side, bi or split-level garrison homes began to populate the small-towns and suburbs.

New constructions in Bucks County have since tried to capture some of the area's storied heritage, with a return to traditional Georgian, Colonial, farmhouse, and continental styles. Homes in this new-traditional idiom are often large, ranging from 2000 to over 4000 square feet. Exteriors display a mix of stately colonial facades in brick and stone, with wood frame and clapboard masses projected under multiple forward-facing gables.

Overall, various common details can be found throughout new construction homes in Bucks County. These include exterior shutters, 6-on-6 sash windows, prominently covered entryways or large porches, complex roof-lines, and large garages.

"New" constructions and developments from the 1980s to 90s also included a French-Italian eclectic style that made use of steeply pitched roofs, face brick exteriors, stone arches, quoins, white center voussoirs, and a Palladian window or two.

Bucks County, PA Houses For Sale by Area

Architectural styles in Bucks Town PA have some interesting regional accents and vernacular details. Here's a rundown of what you might expect to see in a few different areas:

Doylestown - Here is where you will find most of Bucks County's newer developments. Buyers are snapping up these luxurious homes with large yards and more than 3,000 square feet of floor space.

Warminster - The minimal-traditional split-level is the order of the day in Warminster. These homes tend to be finished in clapboard above and either stone or brick below. Basement spaces offer excellent flex-use. New-traditional constructions in this area also tend to be more elegant and understated.

Levittown - Some homes in this area exhibit strong cross-gabled or salt-box configurations. The steep, featureless roof-faces on these buildings make for easy maintenance and soak up the sun when needed. The Prairie aesthetic also shines through here as many homes show strong horizontal lines and box-like elevations.

New Hope - The homes here are a bit more stately and "old world" than elsewhere in Bucks County. French eclectic, Georgian, and neo-classical elements blend together in a variety of well-balanced, luxury homes.

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Listing information last updated on August 2nd, 2021 at 6:01am EDT.