Why you'd want to live in Bucks County
Bucks County, Pennsylvania, is north of Philadelphia and bounded by the Delaware River to the southeast. Washington Crossing Historic Park marks the point where George Washington’s army crossed the river to engage in a pivotal attack during the Revolutionary War. Pennsbury Manor, colonist William Penn’s estate, is downriver. In Doylestown, the county seat, the Mercer Museum exhibits 18th- and 19th-century tools.