Tucked in desirable Bucks County about an 34 miles north of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Warrington Township has more than its share of intriguing active adult communities. As a matter of fact, there are half-a-dozen 55+ communities here to consider. The smallest has 21 homes and the largest has 241 homes, making these communities ideal id you’re looking for a tight-knit community. These communities offer low-maintenance lifestyles, well-appointed homes, and added bonus points for being in such a sought-after region. Read on to learn more about the 55+ communities of Warrington.
Mid $500s – High $500s
Legacy Oaks at Warrington is an established, gated 55+ community is known for its friendly homeowners and its location less than 10 minutes from Spring Mill Country Club, which has an exclusive, private golf course. Legacy Oaks at Warrington has 241 resale single-family homes with six floor plans, ranging from 1,384 to 2,838 square feet. These have two to three bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and attached one- to two-car garages. Options may include hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, gas fireplaces, and dens, and the homeowners’ association (HOA) fees provide for lawn care, trash pickup, snow removal, and common area maintenance.
Neighborhood amenities include a welcoming clubhouse with an outdoor pool and a putting green. This lovely community is also near Jefferson Hospital, Northampton Country Club, and a wide choice of shops and restaurants.
Mid $300s – High $400s
Geared for downsizing, Meridian of Valley Square is just outside the Shops at Valley Square, so you can practically walk to a Wegman’s, Home Depot, and restaurants. The community’s floor plans are grouped into four different series: Executive, Ambassador, Premier, and Presidential. These homes are spacious, ranging from 1,651 to 2,859 square feet and offer two bedrooms, two to three baths, open kitchens, dens, and one-car garages, plus upgrades like wet bars and luxury bathrooms. Meridian’s HOA fees cover lawn care, snow removal, trash pick-up and common area maintenance.
You’ll enjoy spending time at the private clubhouse, with its heated outdoor pool, catering kitchen and multipurpose rooms. When you want to find entertainment, you can visit he Fairway Golf Course, take a walk at Kemper Park, or catch a movie at the nearby IMAX theater.
Bluestone Creek has both condos and townhomes for sale for buyers to choose from. This age-restricted community has five condo buildings, with floor plans at around 1,730 feet with up to three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and assigned outside parking spots in front of the buildings. The attached townhomes are larger at about 2,900 square feet, with up to three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and attached one-car garages. Look for features like nine-foot ceilings, full basements, and gracious first-floor master suites in these well-appointed homes. Bluestone Creek’s HOA provides for lawn care, common area maintenance, as well as trash and snow removal. There is also a lovely clubhouse on the grounds, with its own fitness center.
This appealing property is just off of County Line Road where it intersects Route 611. It is a short drive from Five Pond Golf Course, Amazon Fresh Grocery Store, and a Walmart Supercenter. If you want to head out further for a fun adventure, drive 30 miles north and you’ll enjoy the scenic Ringing Rocks Park.
Low $300s – Low $400s
Lamplighter Village offers 149 resale attached homes, and was built in a pristine setting in between Lions Pride Park and John Paul Park at Lower Nike. Both have playgrounds that your grandchildren can enjoy, plus trails and sports courts. Lamplighter’s property is divided into 16 courtyards, and there are nine models sized from 1,400 to 2,400 square feet, with two to three bedrooms and bathrooms, and attached garages. Options may include gas fireplaces, dens, and designer window treatments. The HOA fees cover lawn and common area maintenance, trash pick-up, and snow removal.
The vibrant community clubhouse has its own exercise room, catering kitchen and multi-purpose room, plus a convenient business center that you can use. There are also several fitness centers less than five miles away, plus a Wegmans, Target and all the other popular Warminster shopping outlets. Additional nearby points of interest include the Montgomery Mall and PineCrest Country Club.
Mid $200s – High $200s
Warrington’s second 55+ condo community is Forest Ridge, an intimate neighborhood built with 132 condos. This community is homes to a clubhouse and some scenic walking and biking trails on the property. There are 11 three-story, elevator-equipped buildings and the condos inside range from 1,400 to 1,700 square feet, with two bedrooms and bathrooms. Condos for sale feature nine-foot ceilings and spacious kitchens with plenty of counter space and cabinets. Forest Ridge’s HOA provides for common area maintenance, trash pick-up and snow removal.
High $300s – High $400s
Our last entry on this list is The Preserve at Lamplighter, an exclusive age-restricted community that will have 21 new and resale single-family homes when work is completed. There are three different models ranging from 1,665 to 1,968 square feet with two to three bedrooms, two to four bathrooms, and attached two-car garages. Homes offer optional second floors and decks and unfinished basements. The HOA will provide for lawn maintenance, snow removal and trash pick-up, making your lifestyle very low-maintenance. Plans are also underway for a cozy clubhouse, which will have an exercise room, kitchen, and gathering rooms.