New Britain, PA Real Estate
New Britain, Pennsylvania is located in Bucks County. Nearby cities and towns include Chalfont, Brittany Farms-The Highlands, Doylestown, Montgomeryville, Dublin, Silverdale, Hatfield, Plumsteadville, Lansdale, Souderton, North Wales, Perkasie, Sellersville, Telford, Spring House, Horsham, Maple Glen, Ivyland, Warminster Heights, Hatboro, Kulpsville, Ambler, Richboro, Willow Grove, Fort Washington, Harleysville, Blue Bell, Churchville, Newtown Grant, Bryn Athyn, New Hope, Oreland, Skippack, Village Shires, Stockton, Quakertown, Trumbauersville, Lambertville, Flourtown, Glenside, Newtown, Plymouth Meeting, Feasterville, Richlandtown, Jenkintown, Arcadia University, Woxhall, Wyncote, Trevose, Wyndmoor, Norristown, Milford Square, Spring Mount, Schwenksville, Eagleville, Evansburg, Green Lane, Trooper, Rockledge, Bridgeport, Langhorne, Collegeville, Conshohocken, Langhorne Manor, Woodbourne, Red Hill, Spinnerstown, Trappe, Frenchtown, Penndel, West Conshohocken, Audubon, King of Prussia, Woodside, Pennsburg, Hulmeville, Coopersburg, Yardley, East Greenville, Eddington, Fairless Hills, Milford, Cornwells Heights, DeSales University, Levittown, Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr, Royersford, Narberth, Pennington, Croydon, Riegelsville, Haverford College, Phoenixville, Spring City, Beverly, Ardmore, Hellertown, Chesterbrook, Finesville, Devon, Riverton, Sanatoga, Palmyra, Bristol, Morrisville, Hereford, Penn Wynne, Flemington, Tullytown, Trenton, Bally, Berwyn, Gilbertsville, Pottsgrove, Hopewell, Raubsville, Burlington, Florence, Lawrenceville, Emmaus, Millbourne, Fountain Hill, New Berlinville, Paoli, Bechtelsville, Boyertown, Freemansburg, Halfway House, Broomall, Roebling, Bethlehem, Pottstown, East Lansdowne, Macungie, and Kenilworth. New Britain is a suburban community with a population of 3,181. The median household income is $80,423. In New Britain, 45% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 35% of the households. Half the population of New Britain commutes 17 minutes or less to work, with 71% of residents holding white collar jobs and 29% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in New Britain, PA is 31 years, with 83% of those homes owned, 15% rented, and 2% not occupied. In the previous year, 23 New Britain properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in New Britain in the previous year was $270,315.