A small borough in Bucks County, Penndel is located in the Middletown Township, Pennsylvania. Rural and picturesque, Penndel began as a farming community originally settled in the late 1600s.
Penndel is tiny but charming, with many residents choosing to walk or bike to work. Commuters enjoy being seven short miles from Trenton, New Jersey. Philadelphia, just 20 miles away, is also a quick commute with SEPTA trains and busses.
Penndel’s location puts it in the middle of several historic locations, including Washington Crossing Historic Park, Pennsbury Manor, and Historic Fallsington, a 300-year-old Quaker village.
Beautiful Tyler State Park is just five miles north of Penndel. At 1,711 acres, this large park offers a disc golf course, fishing in Neshaminy Creek, boating, an overnight hostel, and in winter skiing, ice fishing, ice skating, and sledding.
Penndel offers apartment rentals with wide open green spaces, peaceful streets, and a great location to everything the Delaware Valley area has to offer.