Chapmans Corner

Wrightstown Twp, Bucks County, PA

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Chapmans Corner is a residential subdivision of approximately 45 detached, single family homes by Toll Brothers beginning circa 2008. Homes have 4,000 to 8,000 square feet of interior living space with 4 to 6 bedrooms, 3‑1/2 to 6‑1/2 baths, and 3-car attached garage. Typical lot size is 1 acre plus.

Access to the Chapmans Corner neighborhood is from Wrightstown Road onto Jane Chapman Drive West or Jane Chapman Drive east.

Chapman Family

Joseph Chapman, a Quaker immigrant from England and one of the earliest purchasers of land from William Penn. He founded Wrightstown Township about 1690. A square mile in the center, in the present Penns Park, was reserved for parkland. However, in 1719, this was divided among the surrounding property owners.

Abraham and Joseph Chapman, twins, were the only children born to John and Jane Chapman in Bucks county. They were born at Wrightstown, December 12, 1685. Presumably, the streets in the subdivision were named for Jane and her son, Joseph.

Nearby Neighborhoods

Street Names
Jane Chapman Drive East • Jane Chapman Drive West • Joseph Drive

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