People seek Richboro real estate because they're looking for the good life. Richboro sits within the greater Northampton Township. While the entire expanse of Northampton includes some 40,000 residents, just 7,000 live in Richboro. As a result, this is a community with an authentic small town feel. The setting is largely residential, with many people who own property in Richboro commuting to Philadelphia, which is just 12 miles away. Other nearby communities include Newtown, Doylestown and New Hope. Quick access to major highways like Interstate 95, the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Route 1 make Richboro a natural choice for people who commute or who simply like to feel that urban excitement is easily within reach.
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Nestled Within The Prestigious Northampton Hunt Community Of Richboro, This Meticulously Maintained Corner Property Is The Epitome Of Luxury Living. Boasting 4 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths, And 2 Half Baths, This Home Offers Unparalleled Comfort And Ele...
Welcome To 732 Bustleton Pike. This Beautiful Property Offers 2 Separate Homes For The Price Of One. The Stately Stone Colonial Is Accompanied By A 2 Bedroom 2 Bathroom Carriage House Situated On Over An Acre Of Property In Award Winning Council R...
Coldwell Banker Hearthside
1965 Second Street Pike, RICHBORO, PA - $1,275,000
Amazing New Construction Home On Nearly 2-acres In Richboro. Every Detail Was Considered When It Comes To Bringing This Stunning Structure To Life. A Breathtaking Blend Of Farmhouse Aesthetics And Contemporary Modern Blend. Quiet And Serene, Yet M...
•2 Primary Bedrooms
•1st Floor Master With Private Entrance
•office With Private Outdoor Entrance
•quiet Cul De Sac
•one Of A Kind Lot With Amazing Views.
Showings Start Friday 3/1 Welcome To This Stunning Modern Home Situated On A Quiet Cul-de-s...
Converted Granary Into A Single Family Dwelling That Contains A Living Room, Eat In Kitchen, Powder Room, Laundry Room With Adjacent 2 Car Garage. The Second Floor Contains 2 Bedrooms, Large Open Sitting Room And A Full Bathroom. The Site Also Con...
Welcome To 3 Dartmouth In Northampton Chase Located In The Award Winning Council Rock Schools. This Highly Sought After Home Will Impress The Most Discerning Buyer, Located On A Quiet, Corner Property With Mature Landscaping And Beautiful Views. ...
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Types of Richboro Property Listings
There’s a little something for every home buyer in Richboro. Because the town was incorporated in 1722, some of the residential structures are relatively old, making it easy for buyers to find a property with the character and charm of another era. However, the majority of properties for sale in Richboro are of much newer construction. Most of these properties are single family dwellings, with a couple of subdivisions catering specifically to residents who are 55 or better. These neighborhoods are Legacy Oaks and Villages of Northampton, and either is an excellent choice for people wanting to enjoy the finer things in life. Prices range from $300,000 to more than $1 million.
This community is an excellent place to live and an even better place to grow up. Children receive an excellent education via the Council Rock School District, one of the premier school districts in the state of Pennsylvania. The youngest students attend Richboro Elementary School before progressing on to Richboro Middle School. Local teens graduate from Council Rock High School North. Private schools offer an alternative educational approach with institutions like Malvern School and Creative Young Minds providing a quality, caring education.
Recreational opportunities are plentiful for those who own property in Richboro. Tyler State Park is within Northampton Township and offers a wealth of trails that beg to be explored. Neshaminy Creek runs playfully through the park at unexpected intervals, creating a lush and beautiful natural setting. Core Creek Park is also readily accessible to Richboro residents. With several playgrounds, opportunities to go fishing and boating and various trails, Core Creek is an excellent place to spend an afternoon.
Most Richboro residents drive a few miles away to Newtown Borough to do most of their shopping. Newtown is easy to get to and it boasts a diverse collection of boutiques that can’t be found anywhere else along with nationally recognized chains. Shopping in Newtown and in other neighboring communities is particularly fun and rewarding, especially since shopkeepers take the time to get to know their customers and greet them by name.
Newtown is also a favorite dining destination for Richboro residents. However, Richboro features some of its own notable dining choices. Jake’s Eatery, in operation since 1991, offers some of the friendliest service in the region along with hearty, familiar American dining favorites. Ristorante Denicola is the restaurant of choice for fresh pasta and excellent wines. Every patron at Denicola’s is treated like family with a fabulous Italian dinner and warm, personalized service.
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