Newtown Borough is one of our Newtopias (and I might be a bit biased about this one). It’s a great little town, beautifully preserved and nicely laid out. Originally settled in 1684 by William Penn and just oozes with history. Take the self guided walking tour to discover the rich heritage of this community. Pop into the hardware store that first opened its door in 1869 and still operates to this day. Take in a movie at The Newtown Theatre (the first movie theatre in America)…you are getting the picture, right?
In this Newtopia you can find anything from new and fancy homes to stone colonials built over 300 years ago and just about everything in between. Home to 2,300 residents whose pride of ownership is evident on every street and whose joy of living here can be found on any given Friday evening from May to October, when all are welcome to Porch Fest (hosted by a different homeowner each week)…how cool is that!
State Street and Sycamore Street provide the core of the commercial district with shops, boutiques and offices. It also boasts plenty of restaurants and pubs. Whether it’s a nice pint at Isaac Newtown’s, a glass of wine and a meal at The Black Horse Tavern, relaxing outside at The Brick Hotel, a burger or steak at The Temperence House or BYOB to Duck Sauce, Florentino’s, La Vecchia Osteria and many more.
Newtown Borough is the hub, surrounded by Newtown Township, Washington Crossing (Upper Makefield), Wrightstown and between them they offer all kinds of fun things for the whole family, great playgrounds, swim clubs, health clubs, spas and of course wonderful Tyler Park. All of this plus an award winning school district Council Rock…Come take a look for yourself.
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... Because let's face it, you are not just buying a house, you are buying a lifestyle! That's what Newtopia is all about.