Habitat for Humanity builds throughout all of Bucks County. We have constructed homes in Bristol, Trumbauersville and Milford Township, and are currently working on properties in Bristol and Perkasie. Take a look below to see where we have built homes, as well as homebuilding locations we’re considering.

  • 815 Chestnut Street, Perkasie
  • Colonial Ave, Bristol
  • 2005-9: Emerald Hollow, Phase 2
  • 2001-05: Emerald Hollow, Phase I
  • 1999 – 2001: Pond Street, Bristol
  • 1995 – 2001: Pacific Avenue, Bristol, PA
  • 2000: Spruce Street, Bristol
  • 2000: Wood Street, Bristol
  • 1999 – 2000: Atkins Avenue, Bristol
  • 1995 – 2000: Buckley Street, Bristol

815 Chestnut Street, Perkasie
This former baseball factory was turned into 6 condominiums. Completed in 2011.

Colonial Ave, Bristol
Habitat for Humanity of Bucks County is committed to joining local and national green building communities in a large way with both this, and future building projects. In addition to meeting ENERGY STARĀ® standards, the Colonial Avenue homes were built to receive the Keystone Green Building Initiativeā„¢ Silver rating, with ambition to achieve the coveted Gold rating. Partially sponsored by local Episcopal Churches and DOW. Dedicated June 2011

2005-9: Emerald Hollow, Phase 2
37 homes
Emerald Hollow Estates is a two-phase community building initiative. The neighborhood consists of 73 townhome-style homes, each with living spaces of 1,100 to 1,600 square feet. At its completion, Emerald Hollow will boast seven acres of open space with the possibilities of walking trails and a community center. Located in Upper Bucks County in Trumbauersville and Milford Township, the project is recognized as one of the biggest and most innovative mixed-income Habitat projects in the Northeast region.

Phase Two:

  • Groundbreaking took place in 2005, building will continue until 2008.
  • Has seven clusters of townhomes.
  • Is located in Milford Township.
  • Utilizes a two-tier model in which one-third of the homes are EH1 and two-thirds are EH2.

2001-05: Emerald Hollow, Phase I
36 Homes
Emerald Hollow Estates is a two-phase community building initiative. The neighborhood consists of 73 townhome-style homes, each with living spaces of 1,100 to 1,600 square feet. At its completion, Emerald Hollow will boast seven acres of open space with the possibilities of walking trails and a community center. Located in Upper Bucks County in Trumbauersville and Milford Township, the project is recognized as one of the biggest and most innovative mixed-income Habitat projects in the Northeast region.

Phase One:

  • Building began Nov. 2001 and completed in Jun. 2005.
  • Has eight clusters of townhomes.
  • Is located in municipalities of Trumbauersville Borough and Milford Township.
  • Utilizes a three-tier model in which each third of the homes are either an EH1, EH2 or open market model.

1999 – 2001: Pond Street, Bristol
2 Homes
Two homes were built on Pond street. The Carroll and Baxter families live in this twin home.

1995 – 2001: Pacific Avenue, Bristol, PA
2 Homes
Two families own homes on Pacific Avenue in Bristol. The Dupree family settled on their home in 1995, and the Higgins settled in 2001.

2000: Spruce Street, Bristol
1 Home
The Abalo family moved into this home on Spruce Street in Bristol.

2000: Wood Street, Bristol
1 Home
The Kindt family settled on this home on Wood Street in Bristol in 2000.

1999 – 2000: Atkins Avenue, Bristol
2 Homes
Two homes were built on Atkins Avenue in Bristol. The DeBlass and Shornock families live in this twin.

1995 – 2000: Buckley Street, Bristol
4 Homes
Four Habitat for Humanity-built homes are on Buckley Street in Bristol, including the affiliate’s very first home. The Bogan family settled on their home in 1995, followed by the Parrish and Joyce families in 1996 and the Devero family in 2000.