Cabin Run Covered Bridge†
Plumstead Township[‡] was first settled by English Quakers during the early years of the 18th century. The township was organized in 1725. The first religious establishment was a Friends Meeting, formed in 1727. Historic traces of varying significance are found in the remnants of Plumstead's earliest hamlets and settlements: Curley Hill, Danboro, Dyerstown, Gardenville, Hinkletown, Kendigtown, Landisville, Plumsteadville and Point Pleasant.
Plumstead Township is home to 5 historic resources listed on the National Register of Historic Places. These include:
The Bucks County Covered Bridge Society conducts periodic tours covering all of the county's historic covered bridges. For more information contact the society at 215-453-9997 (www.buckscountycbs.org).
As of today, (10/04/2018) there are nearly 200 vintage homes for sale in Bucks County, including some in Plumstead Township. For details and photos see For Sale in Bucks County. Prospective buyers can contact The Melissa Healy Group at 267‑218‑0000 to arrange private showings.
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†Photo by Patti Parker, 2012, creative commons (cc by-sa 3.0)
‡The Villages of Bucks County: A Guidebook, Bucks County Planning Commission, undated.
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