Suburban living is at its finest in Yardley Hunt, a residential subdivision located in the charming Lower Makefield Township. As you tour the tree-lined streets of Yardley Hunt, you'll discover more than 500 single-family homes, each one with a unique exterior appearance.
The homes in Yardley Hunt were primarily built by Toll Brothers, with a section of the community constructed by K. Hovnanian, between 1976 and 1988. They feature up to five bedrooms and up to 3.5 bathrooms, nestled on private lots that range from 1/4 acre to one full acre of land.
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Yardley Hunt: Community Facts
Buyers have an opportunity to select a home that reflects their personality in Yardley Hunt. Ranch, colonial and split-level residences are woven in throughout this residential development. Outdoor living spaces are common in Yardley Hunt, with approximately one home out of every five featuring an in-ground pool. Most homes in Yardley Hunt have an attached two-car garage for added convenience.
Yardley offers a convenient lifestyle in a historic community that seems worlds away from urban life. As residents and visitors shop in eclectic boutiques, dine on delicious edibles and stroll through Yardley's quaint downtown streets, they often forget that they are a mere 30 miles northeast of Philadelphia.
Commuters choose this centrally-located borough for its easy access to major highways and public transportation. For those who wish to travel by car, Interstate 95, Interstate 295 and Route 1 are all nearby. The Yardley SEPTA station offers hassle-free service to Philadelphia, while the nearby Trenton Transit Center takes passengers directly to New York City.
Families residing in Yardley have the opportunity to send their school-aged children to the highly-regarded Pennsbury School District. This award-winning district is ranked 54th out of 496 school districts in Pennsylvania by ranking and review website, Niche.com. It has also been recognized as a National School District of Character by Character.org.
When you purchase your next home in Yardley Hunt, you will see what makes Yardley one of the most coveted communities in Bucks County. You will experience:
Low-stress commutes by road or rail to Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Manhattan.
An idyllic downtown area with its own collection of shopping, dining, and entertainment.
A pleasantly surprising cultural scene, contributed by the Artists of Yardley.
Winter activities include ice skating, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing for those who love snowy Pennsylvania winters.
The Yardley Farmers Market, held in Buttonwood Park in warmer months.
Miles of scenic, car-free trails for cyclists and joggers.
Park facilities and the Bucks County Public Library located a short distance away from Yardley Hunt.
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When you enlist the help of Russell Volk in your next home purchase, you will receive specialized guidance based on his extensive experience in the Bucks County real estate market. Contact Russell Volk today to learn more about available properties in Yardley Hunt.