Welcome to Doylestown

This highly coveted and historic Philadelphia suburb boasts a quaint downtown surrounded by excellent public school systems.

Key Details


victorian architecture, excellent school systems, historical sites


Commute Times
Center City, Philadelphia 60 by car
University of Pennsylvania 50 by car
30th St. Station 55 by car
East to West E. Sandy Ridge Rd to Golfview Rd
North to South Church School Rd to Hospital Rd
Nearby Neighborhoods Bristol, Lansdowne, New Hope, Newtown, Philadelphia, Pottstown, Warminster, West Chester

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A historic and quaint town that still boasts old-world charm.

Named after the Doyle family, Edward Doyle was granted Doylestown from William Penn in 1692. Many historical buildings from this era still exist today, and many of the Victorian-styled homes offer exquisite architecture.

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What to expect:
A magnificent area surrounded by American history.

Doylestown is truly one-of-a-kind thanks to its many museums, eateries, castles and shops. Spend your afternoons gazing at impressionist paintings in the James A Michener Art Museum, dine out on Restaurant Row, or explore the Fonthill Castle. Whatever you decide to do, you’ll be surrounded by history.

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The lifestyle:
World-class atmosphere and excellent location.

Doylestown may be small in size, but it definitely offers world-class facilities. Many students attend Central Bucks School District, which is one of the top rated public school systems in the state of Pennsylvania. In addition to its great ambiance, Doylestown is situated in an excellent location. This town’s close proximity to both Philadelphia and New York makes it easy to plan day-trips or weekend getaways.

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Unexpected appeal:
Various castles border the area.

From the beautiful homes to the amazing concrete castles, Doylestown offers a variety of architectural gems. Residents enjoy visiting the renowned Fonthill Castle and Mercer Museum, showcasing their blend of gothic, medieval, and byzantine architecture.

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The market:
A proven market.

A proven market that consistently drives demand. From it’s old-world charm to its everlasting historical attributes, Doylestown remains a highly coveted neighborhood amongst all of the Philadelphia suburbs. Many of the homes offer victorian architectural elements and beautiful curb appeal.

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You'll fall in love with:
Local businesses and seasonal events.

Whether you stop by Maxwell’s on Main for craft beer or enjoy live jazz and Italian classics at Domani Star, there are many local restaurants that you’ll love to visit regularly. Additionally, Doylestown offers seasonal events that occur annually, including Fonthill Castle’s Fourth of July celebration and the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works Festival. The small businesses and seasonal events have created a tight-knit community.

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