Durham Ridge


General Info

Langhorne, Bucks County, PA
From the upper $300,000´s
From 2400 sq. ft. and up
3-4 beds / 2.5 baths

Contact Info

Contact: Phone: 215.781.9800
Toll Free: 855.AMERICORP

Welcome to Langhorne

History tells us that Middletown received its name in 1692 when William Penn divided Bucks County into five townships. Because it was in the middle of the five townships Middletown became its name.

Over 300 years later Middletown is still in the center of it all. Just a few minutes from Interstate 95, Trenton and Princeton can be reached in 15 to 20 minutes. Center City Philadelphia is less than 40 minutes away and commuting by train is easy from the Penndel or Yardley train stations. Trains leaving every 20 minutes during peak hours have quick 25-minute service to Philadelphia and even less to Trenton. From the Trenton train station, trains leave every 30 minutes for a convenient commute to New York City. Philadelphia International Airport is an easy 50-minute drive, and Newark International Airport is just one hour away.


The area’s education system is also steeped in its own long line of distinction. Graduation rates, standardized test scores and college admissions consistently surpass the state and national levels. Honors courses are offered in every major academic discipline along with a wide array of advanced placement studies giving Bucks County schools achievement excellence on all levels. But that should not be surprising since Bucks County is blessed with superior public and private schools and is home to many four-year colleges and universities. Also the area is within an easy commute of such renowned institutions as the University of Pennsylvania, Drexel, Villanova and Temple.


From antiques to state of the art electronics you will find it here. Shopping in this area reflects a small town charm and atmosphere with many of the shops being more personal. However it is not limited to small specialty stores and for individuals who prefer a larger setting the Oxford Valley Mall and Neshaminy Mall are a short distance away.


The area has much to offer in the way of recreation and history. Our premier setting displays Bucks County’s appreciation for natural beauty of lakes, covered bridges and rolling hills. It is steeped with many area attractions, historical places and museums. The Mercer County Museum, Lake Nockamixon, Sesame Place, Washington Crossing, Peddlers Village, Core Creek Park and Tyler State Park are just a few of the areas attractions. Durham Ridge has it all. A place and setting for your family to endure traditions and values.