Located in desirable Bucks County, Village of Buckingham Springs is an affordable, mid-sized active adult community that offers a vibrant environment for its residents. Bucks County’s lovely rolling hills, scenic riverside drives, covered bridges, historic sites and cultural activities make it a very popular area for active adults. The community, close to the towns of New Hope and Doylestown, was completed in 2001 by McKee Builders.
Village of Buckingham Springs has 646 single family homes with a wide range of price points and floor plans, priced from the mid $100s to high $200s. There are over a dozen single-floor models on the property, ranging from 1,056 to 1,680 feet. Home models have two or three bedrooms and two bathrooms. Most have either off-street parking or attached one-car garages.
There is a nominal monthly homeowners’ association fee that covers common area maintenance, trash pick-up, bus transportation, use of the community’s clubhouse, and snow removal.
Amenities and Lifestyle
The residents at Village at Buckingham Springs enjoy all that beautiful Bucks County has to offer. The community provides a private bus that drives them to local points of interest, like Peddlers’ Village, downtown New Hope, casinos, shopping, antiquing, summer festivals and more.
There is always something going on at Village of Buckingham Springs’ lively clubhouse. Aside from the exercise room and indoor bocce ball court, it houses a library, games, and a ballroom for large events. There is also a heated outdoor pool, spa and comfortable lounge area right outside the clubhouse.
Residents aged 55 and up can take advantage of many lifestyle options like fitness classes, poker nights and dinner dances. Friends here get together for games, billiards, bingo, arts and crafts, quilting, ladies’ nights out, and day trips. An on-site activities director is on hand to keep things moving by coordinating events and managing the community’s busy social calendar.
The eclectic, quaint towns of New Hope, PA and Lambertville, NJ offer a myriad of opportunities for shopping and waterfront dining. Historic Peddler's Village is another outstanding shopping and dining destination, and is home to year-round festivals and events. Doylestown is also close by and features museums, theaters, parks, a cultural district, plus even more shopping and dining.
Traveling to areas outside of New Hope is easy with easy access to Route 413. This can take you right into Philadelphia, the popular Rivers Casino, or lovely Longwood Gardens. Other nearby areas worth exploring include King of Prussia, PA, Asbury Park, NJ and other Jersey shore towns. Most of these are only an hour drive.
Village of Buckingham Springs' convenient location in beautiful Bucks County means homeowners have many fun attractions nearby. With such a huge variety of leisure activities to choose from, active adults who decide to make this their home are never wanting for something to keep them busy and happy.