Doylestown Township

The Doylestown Township has a long history that dates back to the late 1680s when William Penn was granted the land of Bucks County from the King of England as payment for a debt. The name was apparently derived from an innkeeper known as William Doyle who obtained a license to keep a public house in 1745 known as “Doyle’s Tavern.” This building is now a Starbucks and it is located at the northwest corner of the intersection of Main Street and State Street in Doylestown Borough. Although the Doylestown Township has a long and vast history, the city and area as a whole have greatly grown and developed and the township is now a popular location for families who are looking for a quaint and comfortable town where they can enjoy a quiet lifestyle and raise a family.

Doylestown Township Homes

Doylestown has fully embraced modern culture and the future, but it has also preserved the best of its history and heritage to evolve into an area that offers exceptional architecture and industry, recreation for everyone, beautiful natural landscape and outstanding Doylestown Township Homes. Residents and visitors alike enjoy the small town feel of the Doylestown Township as well as the abundant cultural activities to participate in, the various shops and restaurants to visit and the wide range of real estate opportunities available to interested buyers. If you are interested in Doylestown Township Homes or other Homes for Sale in Bucks County PA connect with the experts at Flo Smerconish Realtor. The team can offer you a wide range of professional services to help you with all of your real estate needs.

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