Looking for apartments for rent near Perkasie, PA? Heritage Orchard Hill is set in an idyllic Bucks County location near a host of local attractions. Offering a variety spacious one-, two-, and three-bedroom floor plans to fit any family’s need, Orchard Hill is situated on immaculately manicured grounds in Perkasie, PA, convenient to shopping, dining, and the area’s rich cultural and historic sites and attractions. Bucks County is home to a slew of Pennsylvania’s most-beloved sites bursting with excitement and entertainment. From vineyards to castles to natural wonders and more, our apartments near Perkasie, PA, are the perfect place to call home among Bucks County’s attractions.
Bucks County is a hotbed of history and accompanying museums to protect and educate on it. Our apartments for rent near Perkasie, PA, are conveniently located near several of the area’s museums. Less than 25 minutes from Orchard Hill lies Doylestown, home to a number of the county’s museums and historic sites. Of note, you’ll find the Mercer Museum. This museum takes visitors through everyday life of the 18th and 19th centuries. The collection acquired by Henry Mercer features more than 40,000 objects that people used during this time in their daily lives. The Mercer Museum is housed in Fonthill Castle, Henry’s home and showplace that itself is a historic wonder.
Another museum and historical site near our Perkasie, PA, apartments is the Moravian Pottery & Tile Works. Also located in Doylestown, the Moravian Pottery & Tiles Works is a working historic site where handmade tiles are still produced in a manner similar to that developed by the pottery’s founder and builder, Henry Mercer. Visitors can tour the facilities and purchase handmade works.
In addition to informative museums, there are a number of historic sites to visit by our apartments for rent near Perkasie, PA. Bucks County is home to several covered bridges for you to explore when you’re not enjoying our rental community. Right in Perkasie, you’ll find Mood’s Covered Bridge on Blooming Glen Road. This covered bridge was built in 1874, however the original bridge was destroyed by fire in 2004 but rebuilt in 2007. The South Perkasie Covered Bridge, a 93-foot-long Town truss covered bridge, is the oldest in Bucks County. This bridge is less than 10 minutes from our rental community.
This is just a fraction of the interesting attractions that Bucks County and Perkasie area has to offer. Contact us today to learn more about our apartments for rent near Perkasie, PA, and schedule a tour.