Yardley Run is a subdivision of approximately 150 detached, single family residences built circa 1988. Median lot size is 0.25 acres. Median interior living space is approximately 2,400 sqft.
Models as built were 3 and 4 bedroom with 2 1/2 baths, 2-car garage, and basement. Some of the homes may have options that were offered by the builder such as 2nd Floor Study or Master Sitting Room. Other homes have extension and renovations done by various owners throughout the history of the development.
Access to the Yardley Run neighborhood is from Twining Road onto Fountain Road or Chase Road.
When Yardley Run homes began the first era of resales in the early to mid 1990s, prices were generally in the high 100s to low 200s. By the early 2000s resale prices began creeping into the 300s. During the mid 2000s prices moved solidly into the 400s and by 2018 reslae prices moved regularly to $500,000 and above.
Yardley Run is affordable, friendly, and community oriented; a commuter's dream (close to I‑95, Route 1, PA Turnpike, and trains), limited-access (no through traffic); unique environment where you can have your privacy but still be neighborly; many children; walker friendly with sidewalks; close to schools and shopping; away from commercial shopping areas; not much traffic in immediate area; close to Historic Newtown Boro, Yardley Boro & New Hope Boro (young and old ride their bikes to Newtown); just 10 minutes to the Oxford Valley Mall area.
Bradford Road North • Chase Road • Fountain Road • Wellington Road East • Wellington Road West • Wyngate Drive
Models / Floorplans: Princeton, Makefield, Washington