Langhorne, Pennsylvania 

Sesame Place Theme Park

    In Langhorne Pa, the Oxford Valley Mall near Business Route 1 has become the center of the commercial area. Many any of our nations largest retailers have stores such as Best Buy, Macy's, JcPenney, Target, Staples, Home goods, TJ Maxx. There are an abundance of auto dealers such as Reedman Toll, McCafferty, as well as furniture stores, , medical offices and over 40 restaurant chains including TGI Friday's, Bertucci's, Olive Garden, Red Lobster, Millers Langhorne Ale House, Chili's, Macaroni Grill amongst other local favorites. Some of the more historical and prominent businesses throughout Langhorne and Middletown include Styers Orchards, Bella Tori Mansion, the Langhorne Hotel, and St Mary Medical Center. Perhaps our largest community landmark is Sesame Place theme park, from the tv show Sesame Street which opened in 1980. Hundreds of thousands of visitors flock to Langhorne to visit each year. At Sesame Place, there are 14 acres of rides, water attractions and all the Sesame Street characters such as Elmo, Big Bird, and Cookie Monster to keep children entertained. .  The  construction of Sesame Place spawned a number of major hotels including Holiday Inn, Sheraton, Marriot, and Red Roof Inn near the Oxford Valley Mall area to meet the annual visitor demand from surrounding states who come to our Langhorne community to spend the day at Sesame Place. Here's a link to get tickets.

A landmark of the Langhorne community is Core Creek Park


Core creek Park, one of the largest parks in Bucks County, Pa is a 1200 acre preserve including Lake Luxembourgh open year round, where visitors can paddle boat, fish, hike, play basketball, walk paved trails, play tennis, and picnic. 2 miles north of the Oxford Valley Mall is the Middletown Country Club, an executive 18 hole golf course. Langhorne Community Park and Playwicki park also offer lots of outdoor space to enjoy including ball fields and hiking trails. Langhorne has thriving community programs including the Langhorne Lions club, Langhorne Rotary, Langhorne Athletic association, Middletown Athletic Association as well as the blue ribbon Neshaminy School District which educates over 9,000 children in 13 schools in Levittown, Middletown Township, Penndel, Hulmeville, Feasterville, Lower Southampton, Langhorne Boro and manor.  The Neshaminy High School has recently undergone state of the art renovations and the Neshaminy Redskins football team is as tough as ever.


      Housing and Real Estate in Langhorne, Pa

Langhorne was established in the 17th century, the result of early Lenape Indians. By the 18th century, Langhorne, then known as Village of Attleboro quickly became the community stagecoach hub, an important transit center from Trenton to Philadelphia. As the 19th century came,  Langhorne continued to grow into a fairly affluent area. Today, further housing expansion over the last 50 years has broadly referenced Langhorne as Middletown Township within the same zip code. However, Langhorne is still very distinctly broken up into several communities. The Langhorne Borough , Langhorne Manor, Langhorne Terrace, and Maple Point communities each have their own distinctiveness. Langhorne’s Middletown Township had few residents before the 1950's, but since then, the Levittown community was built with 8 sections becoming part of Middletown Township. Further growth throughout the 1970's saw explosive growth due to the convenient location, close to Trenton, Philadelphia and Princeton, and accessable by several major highways makes for a reasonable commute and a very desirable housing market outside the city. As much of the rural farmland in Langhorne and Middletown was turned into suburban housing developments throughout the 1980’s, the population has swelled to nearly 48,000 in the last census. Langhorne has a vast variety of housing styles and communities from the reasonably cheap to the very expensive. In Langhorne Borough and Langhorne Manor you will find large Victorian style homes to condo’s, townhouses, over 55 communities, assisted living and apartments. Whereas in other areas of Middletown, there are large single family housing communities with some homes on quite sprawling lots. Langhorne, Pennsylvania is a highly desirable area to live. If you are considering moving to a Langhorne or Middletown Township community and would like some housing information, please feel free to request it below.  Thank you for visiting our Langhorne community page.  



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