Doylestown Lea is a residential subdivision of approximately 110 detached, single family homes built by David Cutler circa 1996-2000. Median age is 1998. Median lot size is approximately one-half acre. Median interior living space is approximately 3,800 sqft.
A 44-acre township park (the Neamand Tract) is easily accessible to residents; this wooded, open space accommodates leisurely walks along a portion of Neshaminy Creek.
Doylestown Lea can be considered, in effect, Phase II of Doylestown Crossing, having been built contiguous to the earlier subdivision.
Access to the Doylestown Lea neighborhood is from Wells Road onto Radcliff Drive or Windsor Way.
Arbor Lea Circle • Bittersweet Drive • Brittany Circle • Flint Circle • Granite Circle • Hudson Court • Sunrise Drive • Windrose Circle • Windsor Way
Models / Floorplans: Carrington, Cezanne, Chesterfield, Devon, Lenox, Liberty, Richmond, Tiffany, Waterford