Experience the classic appeal of Heritage Hills, a traditional townhome community nestled in Washington Crossing. Situated amidst the rolling hills of Bucks County and less than 30 miles northeast of Philadelphia, Heritage Hills combines the best of rural and urban life.
Heritage Hills residents have access to exclusive amenities that contribute to the ease of townhome living. The homeowners' association includes common area maintenance, exterior building maintenance, lawn care, snow removal, trash collection, an outdoor pool and tennis courts for convenience and comfort. Heritage Hills was constructed between 1986 and 2000 by Patrick T. Frawley and Associates, and K. Hovnanian. The community consists of approximately 275 residences with the largest units spanning over 5,000 square feet.
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Heritage Hills: Community Facts
Heritage Hills lies in a wooded setting, with many homes boasting serene natural views. The exterior facades vary, giving each one a personality of its own. While the interior spaces of Heritage Hills townhomes vary as widely as the exteriors, many homes feature outdoor enjoyment areas, private garages, deluxe master suites, and finished basements.
Washington Crossing is well-known as a haven for commuters. A short drive across the Delaware River separates Washington Crossing from New Jersey, making this Bucks County community a popular home base for those who travel daily to Trenton and Princeton. Residents have easy access to major highways and public transit, taking them to Philadelphia, Manhattan and beyond.
History is a large part of life in Washington Crossing, and it seems that residents are always discovering something new. You'll never tire of a visit to Washington Crossing Historic Park, a 500-acre mecca of American history where guests have the unique opportunity to view the site that George Washington made famous when he crossed the Delaware River during the Revolutionary War. The park also hosts special events year-round to commemorate this point in history.
Families residing in Washington Crossing have the pleasure of sending their children to the Council Rock School District. This district demonstrates a commitment to innovation while educating students on the area's rich history. Council Rock has been named 27th out of 496 school districts according to Niche.com.
When you purchase your next home in Heritage Hills, you'll enjoy:
Smooth commutes to Philadelphia, New Jersey, and New York City.
Delicious meals created by renowned chefs in nearby New Hope and Newtown.
Eclectic shopping experiences in Bucks County's best boutiques.
History around every corner, with the must-see Washington Crossing Historic Park at your doorstep.
Outdoor recreation for the entire family at Tyler State Park, Five Mile Woods, and acres of parklands across Bucks County.
Community events for every occasion in nearby New Hope and Newtown.
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Russell Volk's years of experience in the Bucks County real estate market are an important asset to your home search in greater Philadelphia. If you are dreaming of a low-maintenance lifestyle in beautiful and historic Washington Crossing, contact Russell Volk today to learn more about available properties in Heritage Hills.