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Serpico

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Distance: 0.22 Miles

Rating 275 reviews
Woodrow's Sandwich Shop

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Distance: 0.23 Miles

Rating 66 reviews
Isot

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Distance: 0.24 Miles

Rating 103 reviews
Frieda

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Distance: 0.24 Miles

Rating 24 reviews
Talula's Daily

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Distance: 0.25 Miles

Rating 220 reviews
Talula's Garden

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Distance: 0.26 Miles

Rating 985 reviews
Nora's Taqueria and Grill

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Distance: 0.27 Miles

Rating 62 reviews
The Good King Tavern

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Distance: 0.27 Miles

Rating 245 reviews
The Living Room Cafe

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Distance: 0.29 Miles

Rating 85 reviews
Zahav

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Distance: 0.3 Miles

Rating 1723 reviews

Arrive in the center of Carversville, a National Historic District in Solebury Township, Pennsylvania, and if all the cars were to disappear from view, you just might think you stepped back into the 19th century. You can just picture some horses tied to a hitching post outside the Carversville Inn or Carversville General Store, both of which face the village center. Surrounding the center of town is a mix of stone and frame houses, many immaculately restored. Some local residents have nicknamed the village “Brigadoon” because, they say, if you came back in 100 years, it would still look the same.

Located a mile or so from the banks of the Delaware River, Carversville is a favorite place for New Yorkers and Philadelphians who want a quiet getaway. Walk to the inn, which contains a tavern and restaurant where, inevitably, everyone will know your name before long, or grab a bite at the general store, which features a full menu of hot and cold sandwiches and gourmet take-out as well as provisions to whip up your own dinner.

For those who call Carversville home on a full-time basis, daily conveniences such as banks, grocery stores and gyms are about 10 minutes away in Doylestown or New Hope. Many residents commute to Doylestown, various points in New Jersey, or destinations in and around Philadelphia for employment.

While the village certainly has a fine selection of historical homes as well as some that clearly fall into the “fixer-upper” category, there are some newer (20 years old or less) homes just a few minutes from this ever-appealing village.

Recreational activities are nearby at the Delaware Canal path, a highly scenic place to bicycle, run, walk or cross-county ski.

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