See Which Bucks County Towns Made Philadelphia Magazine’s List of the Delaware Valley’s Priciest Neighborhoods

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McConkey's Ferry Inn in Upper Makefield Township. Nine Bucks County locations, lead by Upper Makefield Township, were among the Philadelphia Magazine's top fifty priciest places and most expensive neighborhoods in the Philadelphia region in 2020.

Nine Bucks County locations are among the top fifty priciest places and most expensive neighborhoods in the Philadelphia region in 2020, according to a staff report from the Philadelphia Magazine.

The highest-ranked is Upper Makefield Township in sixth place with a 2020 average home price of $903,570. This represents a one-year change of 16 percent.

Solebury Township also made the top ten in eighth place with an average home price of $881,559, a change of 22 percent over the previous year.

Next is New Hope Borough in twelfth place with a $781,807 average home price, closely followed by Wrightstown Township in thirteenth place with an average price of $768,870.

Meanwhile, Tinicum Township is at No. 21 with a 2020 average home price of $692,019, Newtown Borough is in No. 24 with $670,671, and Doylestown Borough is at No. 31 with $633,739.

The list is rounded out with Buckingham Township in No. 39 with an average home price of $579,200 and Springfield Township in No. 44 at a median home price of $553,318.

Read more about the most expensive places in the region at the Philadelphia Magazine here.

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