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From its beginnings as a crossroads called Four Lanes End in the 17th century, to the bustling town it is today, Langhorne has always been a great place to live. Whether you're looking for a family-friendly weekend, fine dining, or great shopping, you can find it here. Enjoy the great outdoors at Core Creek Park and Playwicki Park where you can explore nature trails, have a lakeside picnic, jump around on the playgrounds, fish the Neshaminy Creek, or play ball at one of the sports fields. It's also home to Sesame Place Amusement Park.


Built as a planned community after World War 2, Levittown is one of the largest of Philadelphia’s suburbs and renowned as one of America's first "suburbs".  Built by Levitt and Sons from 1952 to 1958, consisting of 17,311 homes built as a carefully planned complete community with recreational facilities and areas set aside for churches and schools. Today, Levittown has an abundance of great shopping centers, beautiful homes, award-winning schools, neighborhood parks, and convenient access to transportation. 


Off of the Pennsylvania Turnpike is Bristol, the last exit before Interstate 276 crosses into New Jersey. This small town along the Delaware River was one of the earliest European settlements in PA. But today, Bristol’s waterfront has become a haven for the arts, full of historic buildings and locations just waiting to be discovered. From an old movie house turned into a professional theater to a variety of ethnic festivals that celebrate everyone's unique heritage and everything in between, Bristol is bustling with exciting activity.

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