Bucks County was founded by William Penn in 1682 . He named it after Buckinghshire, the Penn family home in England.
Bucks county is comprised of approximately 608 square miles of land and 15.8 sq miles of water.
Bucks county is known for its historic sites and covered bridges and small towns.
There are wineries, theatres,unique shops, restaurants, and recreational facilities, golf courses, and parks.
Here are some interesting county symbols :
The county Flower is the Violet
The county Bird is the Cardinal
The county mammal is the Cotton tail rabbit
The county Tree is the Dogwood.
there are homes in all price ranges.
there are mobile homes priced under $20,000
There are mansions priced over million dollars.
if you would like to move to Bucks county look up listings on my web site www.gitabantwal.com
When you read about events please check the year for the event as some people find information a year later and think it is for that year. . The posts remain online even after the event.
Gita Bantwal is a Realtor with RE/MAX Centre Realtors in Bucks County, a Northern suburb of Philadelphia. You can view 1000s of listings on her web site www.GitaBantwal.com
She can be reached at 215-343-8200x124 or direct 215-275-8491 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like a FREE MARKET EVALUATION OF YOUR HOME IN PHILADELPHIA, BUCKS or MONTGOMERY COUNTY call me at 2152758491
Gita specializes in Active adult communities and is a Seniors Real Estate Specialist. She holds the ABR designation (Accredited Buyers Representative) and specializes in selling to first time buyers as well as move up buyers.Gita also hold the CRS designation , Certified Residential Specialist and the CDPE designation as well. Information about real estate market is deemed to be correct but is subject to errors and omissions and should be verified independently.. Opinion expressed by me or others in my post and comments is not to be construed to be legal advice.I am licensed in Pa. Check real estate laws in your state as they may be different than in Pa.