Yardley Hunt is a residential subdivision of more than 500 detached, single family homes built primarily by Toll Brothers from 1976 through 1988.
Typical homes have 4 to 5 bedrooms with 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 baths. Lot sizes range from 1/4 to 1 acres with a median of slightly more than 1/3 acre. Approximately 1 in 5 homes have inground swimming pools. Most of the homes have 2-car attached garages. About 5% of the homes have a 3-car garage.
Lot frontage ranges from 100 to 200-plus feet (100 ft. median).
Homes were constructed from 1977 through the mid 1980's. (ca. 1980, median age)
The Covered Bridge subdivision which was begun by K. Hovnanian about 1979, is today generally recognized as being part of Yardley Hunt.
The majority of the homes have 4 bedrooms, with some 3 bedroom and some 5 bedroom models to be found.
Numerous mature trees, wide streets and setbacks provide a nice blend of privacy and community.
Models include ranch, colonials, and split levels.
The subdivision was built in phases which were given names, including: Bridle Path, Winner's Circle.
Access to the Yardley Hunt neighborhood is onto various streets from Edgewood Road, Sandy Run Road and Langhorne-Yardley Road.
Nearby: Lower Makefield Municipal Complex which includes administrative offices, Bucks County public library, swimming pool, ball fields, and childrens' playground.
School District: Pennsbury
Other neighborhoods named
Models / Floorplans: Alexander, Andover, Aspen, Bedford, Bennington Tudor, Concord, Danford, Essex, Foxcroft, Georgetowne, Henley, Lexington, Oxford, Oxford Colonial, Oxford Federal, Provincial, Randolph, Stratford, Uxbridge Federal, Uxbridge Provincial, Uxbridge Tara, Windsor