Langhorne Real Estate
Welcome to Langhorne
Langhorne Borough and Langhorne Manor Borough are both part of our Newtopias with Langhorne Borough providing the business hub with a small village feel, offering hardware store, cafes, restaurants and of course The Langhorne Hotel. Langhorne began in the 17th century as a crossroads called Four Lanes End where the road from Bristol to Durham intersected with the road between Philadelphia and Trenton at the center of the village.
Besides being picturesque this place is really handy for the train to New York City or to Philadelphia, and is in close proximity to all the major arteries (route 1 – I95 -turnpike)
The Borough is the hub and houses some wonderful historic homes. The Manor, more residential, offers bungalows, mansions and everything in between on beautiful lots. Both The Borough and The Manor are surrounded by Middletown Township.
You can find lots to do in and around this area, there is a great golf course and swimming pool, library,Core Creek Park for walking, bicycling, fishing on the lake, dog park plus lots of restaurants and shopping.
If you choose to live in or around this Newtopia, the kids will go to theNeshaminy School District or you can choose from a wide array of private schools.
Things to Do in and around Langhorne, PA
Langhorne offers a range of activities and attractions for visitors and residents. Here are some popular things to do in Langhorne:
- Visit Sesame Place, a family-friendly theme park based on the popular Sesame Street characters.
- ExploreCore Creek Park, which offers outdoor activities such as hiking, boating, and fishing.
- Attend community events and festivals held throughout the year, such asLanghorne Coffee House performances or Langhorne Borough Day.
Local Restaurants in Langhorne, PA
Langhorne offers a small culinary scene. Here are a few local restaurants to explore:
- The Langhorne Hotel - Offering casual fare and a busy bar
- Bella Tori -Upscale Italian fare and a Sunday brunch buffet are served in this sprawling Victorian mansion.
- Langhorne Coffee House - A cozy café offering specialty coffee, pastries, sandwiches, and live music performances.
- Brothers Pizza- Legendary pizzas and wings using fresh ingredients based on tried and true family recipes
- The Sandwich Club - A local deli offering sandwiches, salads, and homemade soups with a focus on fresh ingredients.
Living in Langhorne, PA
Living in Langhorne offers a blend of suburban charm and convenient amenities. Here are some key aspects of living in Langhorne:
- A close-knit community with a small-town feel and a sense of pride in its history and local heritage.
- Access to quality education through the Neshaminy School District, which serves the area.
- A range of housing options, including single-family homes, townhouses, and apartments to suit different preferences and budgets.
- Proximity to major highways, such as I-95 and Route 1, providing easy access to Philadelphia and other nearby destinations.
- Ample recreational opportunities with parks, nature trails, and community centers for outdoor activities and events.
Langhorne Listings Summary
Langhorne - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Langhorne: $615,400 / County Avg $1,030,800
Avg Taxes in Langhorne: $7,000 / County Avg $7,600
Avg Sq. Ft. in Langhorne: 2,604 / County Avg 2,932
Avg Price per/sqft in Langhorne:$236 / County Avg $352
Avg Walkscore in Langhorne: 40 / County Avg 38
Avg Year Built in Langhorne: 1963 / County Avg 1963
Avg Days on Website in Langhorne: 58 / County Avg 123