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A peaceful and family-friendly area that is historically significant.

Welcome to Newtown Township

A peaceful and family-friendly area that is historically significant 
Newtown Township is a peaceful area in Bucks County and Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania. The historically significant neighborhood is family-friendly and attracts professionals with its tranquil atmosphere. Its tree-lined streets are full of well-maintained and up-to-date properties, many of which rest on large lots of land that offer residents an ample sense of privacy and refuge. 
With delicious restaurants, recreational clubs, trendy breweries, and great shopping, Newtown Township is a community that has something to offer everyone. The neighborhood also has a prime location that keeps commuters satisfied, as major cities like Philadelphia can be reached in just a half hour. Having established a reputation as one of the most desirable suburban areas in Lackawanna County, Newtown Township is a spectacular place to call home. 

What to Love

  • Gorgeous parks and recreational centers 
  • A family-friendly neighborhood with a relaxing atmosphere 
  • Scrumptious restaurants and hip breweries 
  • A prime location with easy access to major cities 

Local Lifestyle

Life in Newtown Township is serene and laid-back. The neighborhood does an excellent job of embodying the charm of a small town while offering many of the conveniences of a major city. The quality of life is high across the community and most residents lead active lifestyles, taking advantage of the many places to attend for recreation, entertainment, and leisure to spend time soaking in the town and its vicinity. 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Newtown Township is full of hip venues and unique establishments at every turn. There’s a great culinary scene with a variety of cuisines and ambiances to satisfy any group. Rocco's at the Brick is a hotspot in the neighborhood, best known for its seafood and meat dishes served in an upscale setting with classy decor. Many residents enjoy heading to Isaac Newton's bar and restaurant for its gourmet pub fare and a fabulous selection of microbrews.
Beer connoisseurs favor the Newtown Brewing Company where there is a comfortable setting to enjoy a drink. Wine enthusiasts enjoy the wine and rustic atmosphere of Rose Bank Winery along with other wineries in the area. 
The shopping scene in Newtown Township is thriving and features a fabulous selection of stores for residents to choose from. There are fashionable destinations for stylish clothing and accessories, such as Stile by Per Lei
Many specialty stores can be found throughout the neighborhood as well, such as The Running Place for athletics and Bunny Hares for gifts. The neighborhood also contains a number of supermarkets and pharmacies for groceries and convenience items, such as Whole Foods Market

Things to Do

There’s always a fun activity to do in the neighborhood for residents and visitors of Newtown Township. The year-round calendar of events in Bucks County is frequently updated with lively festivities and social gatherings for people of all ages to enjoy. For those who enjoy getting in touch with nature, the incredible hiking scene at Tyler State Park makes it a favorite spot among locals. 
The Newtown Athletic Club is a staple among members of the community and is consistently recognized as one of the top health and wellness clubs in the state. With indoor and outdoor pools, exciting fitness programs, luxurious resort-style amenities, and more, it provides a perfect destination to spend a day unwinding.


Residents of Newtown Township have a blend of public and private schools to choose from. Students attend the Council Rock School District, which encourages academic achievement with top-of-the-line equipment and small class sizes. 

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