10 Reasons We’re Sold on Sellersville, PA | Optimum Perm

10 Reasons We’re Sold on Sellersville, PA

Nestled in Bucks County in Pennsylvania, Sellersville is conveniently located 25 miles from the city of Philadelphia and just 75 miles from New York City. Residents receive the benefit of living in quiet, safe neighborhoods with city amenities just a quick day trip away.

If you’re hoping to relocate to the perfect combination of delightful downtowns and charming countryside, Sellersville should be on your list. Explore various vineyards and delicious dining options. Then, be sure to check out the Ale Trail and Ice Cream Trail, locally mapped routes of breweries and ice cream hotspots.

Head to Bristol or Peddler’s Village to admire local shops and check for antiques. There are plenty of must-see historic attractions, like castles, covered bridges, and the beautiful Pennsbury Manor. For a family outing, be sure to check out the Children’s Museum, Sky Zone Trampoline Park, and Sesame Place. If you’re more of an outdoorsy type, gear up to hike, bike, or run on one of the beautiful trails or explore the parks that wind through the county.

No matter your preference for hobbies, you’ll find it in Bucks County! And, Optimum Permanent Placement happens to have a current medical position available. When you visit Sellersville to explore relocation, visit one of the restaurants or attractions on our “top 10” list from the area!

Top 5 Dining

Arielle’s Country Inn – This stunning stone building was built in 1754 and originally used as an inn for travelers. Today, it’s been transformed into an intimate restaurant with a cozy fireplace and quiet dining room. Jacques Colmaire, head chef and owner, creates a variety of delicious steak, seafood, and pasta dishes.

Free Will Brewing co. – John Stemler and Dominic Capece are more than just lifelong friends; they’re also co-founders and homebrewers who brought their dream to life. Free Will Brewing is an impressive facility! In addition to the brewery and special sour cellar, their taproom is open seven days a week with a rotating selection of beer.

The Perk – Don’t plan to stop at The Perk unless you’re hungry! You’ll enjoy heaping portions of award-winning burgers, pasta, and seafood for a reasonable price. Pull up a chair in this cozy atmosphere and discover why locals have dubbed this restaurant “everyone’s favorite place.”

Roy Ann Diner – Enjoy a variety of homemade soups, salads, entrees, and desserts—made with only the freshest ingredients. Since 1953, Roy Ann Diner has been providing delicious food at affordable prices, which is why they’re considered the best diner in Bucks County!

Washington House – Seeking a night out? Whether it’s date night or a casual round of drinks with friends, Washington House is the place to go. This historic bar offers year-round events, including beer and wine tasting and specialty food nights in addition to holiday-themed evenings!

Top 5 Attractions

Bishop Estate Vineyard & Winery – Open daily, Bishop Estate Vineyard & Winery offers 16 different wines, including a Dark Bishop cabernet sauvignon that just so happens to be the talk of the town. Bishop’s aging is conducted in a rye whiskey barrel, a special process that enhances flavor and pulls out special tones. Stop by for a tasting!

Fonthill Castle – Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums and designated as a National Historic Landmark, it’s no surprise that Fonthill attracts over 30,000 annual visitors from across the globe! This impressive castle has been beautifully preserved and even featured in a variety of media, including the Arts & Entertainment Network’s series, “America’s Castles.”

Lake Lenape Park – Whether you’re looking to get out and enjoy the crisp winter air or the warm summer sun, stop by Lake Lenape Park. Featuring a dog park, ice skating rink, volleyball court, picnic areas, and ball fields, this is a spectacular public park for the whole family! Meander through trails parallel to the waterfront or play a quick round of frisbee golf.

Mercer Museum – Henry Chapman Mercer—archaeologist, antiquarian, artist, and writer—constructed this six-story castle in 1916. Later, he donated the building to the Bucks County Historical Society, and it now features his collections and is recognized as a National Historic Landmark.

Sellersville Theater – If you stopped for dinner at the Washington House, step outside and walk next door to Sellersville Theater afterward. This venue has over 300 seats, hosts a variety of international performers, and is available for special events and presentations. For a full weekend of charming downtown fun, check in at the adjacent hotel and really experience the magic of Sellersville!

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