Palmer Farm Village is a beautiful and unique development of single family detached homes. Originally established in the 18th century as the homestead of Amos Palmer, the neighborhood still showcases the historic and restored farmhouse. Built between 1989 and 1993 by Realen Homes, the 167 houses are located on a "Z" lot line site plan, affording vast window views, privacy and landscapes. The median lot size is .16 acres and the median interior 2,500 square feet. The village is governed by a community association that is responsible for all exterior maintenance as well as lawn care, leaf and snow removal, irrigation and curbside trash collection. Residents also enjoy a recreation and fitness center, swimming pool and tennis courts.
The school district is Pennsbury and the development is close to Interstate 295, giving easy access to Philadelphia and New York. Amtrak, Septa. and NJ Transit trains are all within a short drive away.