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Welcome to Warminster Township!
Situated in the southern portion of Bucks County, less than four miles from Philadelphia’s city limits, Warminster is a convenient, friendly suburb with moderately-priced homes. Plus, Warminster is fully served by SEPTA, making it a great place for Center City commuters! The township is home to 32,000 residents across 10.2 square miles.
Warminster Township Quick Facts
Warminster traces its history back to 1685, when it was named for a tiny town in the English county of Wiltshire. Originally part of neighboring Southampton Township, Warminster’s borders were officially established in 1711.

William Tennent, an eighteenth century religious leader and educator, may be the township’s most notable historical resident. He founded the Log College in the center of Warminster (which became defunct at the time of his death) and educated a number of people who later became trustees of the early Princeton University. Centennial School District’s high school is now named after William Tennent.

Warminster Township is served by Centennial School District. A number of nearby private school options are also available, including Archbishop Wood High School.
What to Do in Warminster Township
Warminster Township is a largely residential municipality, although it also offers a number of large shopping centers, restaurants, fitness studios, and theaters. The main intersection of Warminster Township is Street Road and York Road.

Warminster is also home to the public Five Ponds Golf Course, a popular spot for golfers in Bucks County.

The township operates 13 parks, including the large Warminster Community Park which features five miles of trails, a pond, and picnic tables. Warminster also has a “bark park” for your four-legged family members, as well.

Warminster is located just a couple of miles from the towns of Willow Grove, Warrington, Abington and Doylestown.
Real Estate in Warminster Township
Homes in Warminster Township tend to be priced right around the Bucks County average. The majority of single-family homes are valued between $250,000 and $400,000, although it’s also possible to find a great property in need of a little TLC for less than that!

Many homes in the area were built in the mid-twentieth century. As a result, the most popular home styles include ranch houses, Colonials and split-level homes, and they’re often located on quiet, tree-lined streets. Some newer construction homes are also available for sale, and they are typically priced above $350,000.

EveryHome Realtors is proud to have a number of agents serving Warminster Township and the broader Centennial School District. We’d love to welcome you to the neighborhood!