New Hope, PA Real Estate News

By Gita Bantwal, REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel
(RE/MAX Centre Realtors)
Celebrate Easter by climbing aboard the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad. The Easter Bunny will be riding the train and handing out treats to all the kids. You will have an opportunity to take pictures with the Easter Bunn. You may purchase tickets on line at www.newhoperailroad.com or call 215 862-6169 The train departs New Hope train station April  4th,5th,11th ,12th  - 11am,12,1,2,3,and 4pm April 10th Good Friday 11am,12,1,2 and 3 pm Located one block west from intersection of Bridge and Main St in downtown New Hope , pa. This is a good way of seeing beautiful Bucks County. If you would like to look at homes for sale in New Hope call Gita Bantwal at ReMax Centre Realtors 215-343-8200x124 View 1000s of listings on www.gitabantwal.com      
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By Gita Bantwal, REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel
(RE/MAX Centre Realtors)
New Hope is known for some fine restaurants, fine shopping and antiques. It is a tourist attraction and New Yorkers drive  up to New Hope on weekends. Some of the great  restaurants in New Hope are : Hotel du Village, 2535 River Road. go to www.hotelduvillage.com La Bonne Auberge 1 Rittenhouse circle,   www.bonneauberge.com The Landing 22 n Main street.  www.landingrestaurant.com Logan Inn, 10 w Ferry street,  www.loganinn.com 90 Main   90 s Main street, www.mainlounge.com Zoubi  5-7 W Mechanic St, www.zoubinewhope.com There are many more wonderful restaurants in New Hope and other parts of Bucks County. If you would like to look up homes for sale in New hope go to my web ssite www.gitabantwal.com Call Gita Bantwal at ReMax Centre Realtors 215-343-8200x124 If you are in New Hope on a se...
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By Linda Tremblay, Associate Broker - Bucks County, PA Real Estate Services
(Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc, PA License #AB065488)
There is definitely some good news for the canal mules in New Hope.  Apparently as reported by the Bucks County Herald, in one day local businesses raised $20,000 to save the mules and barges. For those of you who are not from Bucks County, PA, the mule and barges on the canal are a part of the history as written about belowIn the early 1800's, America was growing rapidly. Its population was increasing, westward migration had begun, and business was booming. Poor roads and unnavigable rivers could no longer meet the young nation's needs. Legislators and entrepreneurs looked to canals which had been used in Asia and Europe for centuries as a way to provide better, faster, and cheaper transportation.The local businesses in the New Hope area have had a rough time due to the fact that porti...
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