Consider Taylorsville real estate to invest in one of Pennsylvania’s most desirable communities. Taylorsville is also known as Washington’s Crossing, because George Washington crossed the Delaware River there on December 25th in 1776. Taylorsville is a village in Upper Makefield Township in Bucks County. Philadelphia and Princeton are both quite close, giving Taylorsville residents easy access to the employment, educational, and entertainment opportunities of the big cities. The public schools in Taylorsville are part of the Council Rock School District. These are some of the very best performing schools in the state. Standardized test scores are very high, and the academic achievement is impressive. All this landed Taylorsville homes with Philly Mag’s Best Place to Live in the Suburbs award.
Taylorsville residents live in a place steeped in history. One of the great places to visit is Washington Crossing Historic Park. Each year on December 25th, Washington’s famous crossing is re-enacted, complete with period costumes and a rousing speech from General Washington. There are also many interesting lectures and musical performances throughout the year. Tours of the historic village and the Thompson-Neely House and Farmstead are offered daily.
Taylorsville homes offer residents a beautiful location, with a long history, and fantastic employment and educational opportunities.
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