Woodlyn Crossing

Lower Southampton Twp, Bucks County, PA

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Woodlyn Crossing is a subdivision of detached single family and townhomes built circa 1979 and townhomes built circa early 1980s.

In 1974, Woodlyn Crossing was created as a "Planned Unit Residential Development," one of the first to be approved in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania under a newly created zoning classification for subdivisions. The concept was to build an architecturally integrated community that prioritized preserving open space and undeveloped areas, while "clustering" residential units of single homes, twins and townhouses. — Woodlyn Crossing Architectural Control Committee, Guidelines and Procedures, 2018. Accessed April 2023.

Singles: interior living space ranges from approximately 2,300 to more than 3,000 sqft. with a median of approximately 2,500 sqft. Median lot size is slightly less than one-quarter of an acre.

Townhomes: Interior living space ranges from approximately 1,800 to 2,400 sqft. with a median of approximately 1.950 sqft.

Access to the Woodlyn Crossing neighborhood is from Maple Avenue (Route 213) southbound onto Woodbridge Boulevard.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Street Names
Ashton Circle • Bridgeview Road • Edgewood Lane • Edgewood Lane • Green Ridge Circle • Lakeview Court • Leon Circle • Pebble Ridge Court • Stony Hill Court • Valley Stream Circle • Whittier Drive • Woodbridge Boulevard • Woodbridge Court North • Woodbridge Court South • Woodbridge Place


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