Langhorne, PA 55+ Active Adult Retirement Communities

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    Langhorne is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Best known for excellent outdoor recreation. Retirees that are looking to move to the east coast with many large cities around and all four seasons are sure to appreciate Langhorne. 

    Climate & Geography

    Langhorne has a humid continental climate. The average annual high temperature is in the mid 60s and the average annual low temperature is in the high 40s. The average annual precipitation is roughly 40 inches of rainfall. 

    Philadelphia is approximately 25 miles southwest of Langhorne. The Delaware River is approximately six miles east. Neshaminy Creek runs on the northern border. The area is primarily flat with many parks throughout. 

    Recreation, Culture, & Entertainment

    Active adults frequently take a stroll and bike ride through Core Creek Park and Langhorne Heritage Farm. Shopping ranges from farmers markets to fashion malls, other indoor activities include visiting restaurants, spas and brewing companies. The larger city of Philadelphia is near enough for residents to take day trips and explore a wider variety of activities. 

    Cost of Living & Taxes

    The median home cost is below the national median. Pennsylvania is very tax-friendly towards retirees. Social Security benefits are not taxed. Pennsylvania public and private pensions that are eligible are also not taxed. Retirement income is not taxed after the age of 59 and a half. Homeowners and renters 65 or older are eligible for rebates of paid property tax or rent. 

    Health Care

    There are three highly ranked medical centers and hospitals located within five miles of Langhorne. St. Mary Medical Center-Langhorne is regionally ranked and ranked high performing four adult procedures/conditions. Rothman Specialty Hospital is ranked high performing in hip replacement and knee replacement. Jefferson Health-Jefferson Torresdale Hospital is regionally ranked and ranked high performing in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart failure, and knee replacement. 

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