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Traditions at Washington Crossing

Upper Makefield Twp, Bucks County, PA


Home on Dillon Way

Home on Dillon Way sold by John McClintock, Realtor®, Keller Williams Real Estate, Newtown, 267‑759‑9518.


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Traditions (also known as Traditions at Washington Crossing) is an active adult (55‑plus) residential subdivision built by Pulte circa 2003-2004. There are 147 detached homes and 152 carriage style townhomes arrange in clusters of two, three and four units. Median interior living space for singles ranges from about 1,750 to 2,800 sqft. and town homes range from about 2,000 to 2,600 sqft.

Clubhouse [†]

The 10,000 square foot clubhouse has it all. From the glamour and sophistication of its Grand Ballroom with its wrap-around covered porch, to the less formal atmosphere of the Billiard/Card Room. Whether you are exercising in the Fitness Center, socializing in the Ballroom, playing a game on the veranda or enjoying a quiet moment in the lounge, you will appreciate the warm friendly feeling of the Clubhouse at Traditions. Large and spacious, the clubhouse features 18-hour card key access so you can wake up for an early morning workout and swim, or stay up for a late card game. You can join a club or start one of your own, attend one of the many parties, and meet new people or relax with old friends. The fully appointed Clubhouse will enhance your life with wonderful opportunities.

The Clubhouse amenities include: Indoor and outdoor pools; a large ballroom for community meetings and parties; a fitness room with state-of-the-art cardiovascular and weight apparatus; men's and women's locker rooms with showers; card and billiard rooms; library; multi-purpose arts and crafts room; and a large veranda for social functions and lounging.

Domesticated dogs or cats permitted, limit 2. Wildlie, Evestock, reptiles or poultry not permitted.

† www.traditionsatwc.com, accessed January, 2021.

Access to the Traditions neighborhood is from Wrightstown Road onto McConkey Drive or Washington Crossing Road (Route 532) onto Bartons Mill Drive.

Nearby: Washington Crossing Park, a National Historic Landmark; Crossings Vineyards and Winery.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Street Names
Bartons Mill Drive • Beidler Drive • Betts Drive • Dillon Way • McConkey Drive • Van Artsdalen Drive

Models / Floorplans: Townhomes: Davenport, Larchmont, Rosemont; Singles: Kennett, Newhall, Laurel, Mayfield