Skippack is a charming census-designated place in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Home to over 3,700 residents, this splendid community is composed of 2.6 square miles and boasts a long, rich history. Skippack was founded by German immigrants and was originally spelled “Schippach,” named for a town of the same name in the Bayern region of Germany, near Frankfurt. Then the village contained a post office, firehouse, shirt factory, furniture maker, blacksmith, liquor store, hat store, printing house, and several inns. Because of its long history, the community is home to numerous places of historic interest. For example, one of the oldest homes still standing in Skippack is the Indenhofen Farmstead, which was built around 1720. In 1973 Indenhofen Farmstead was listed on the National Register of Historic Places as was the Warren Z. Cole House, which also in Skippack.
As you might imagine in a place with such a history and multiple places on the historic registry, tourism is the primary industry of Skippack. The streets of Skippack are crowded each day with both local residents and tourists visiting the many antique shops, art galleries, and great eateries that line the main streets of town. Additionally, the community hosts numerous year-round events and free concerts. For example, local restaurateurs and merchants have joined together to create “Skippack First Friday's” which are held April through October from 5 to 9 p.m. and include live music, local artists and fun for the entire family. Theatrical productions are also held year-round, thanks to the community's own troupe, the “Playcrafters of Skippack.” With all of these remarkable features and amenities, it is no wonder Skippack is a popular destination among homebuyers.
Homes in the Skippack real estate market come in a wide variety of sizes and architectural styles, including traditional and colonial. Row houses and single-family homes make up the bulk of properties on the market, but land on which to build a custom home is also available. Occasionally a historical farm house with acreage and wildlife will also come up for sale. Some of these old farm houses were built with beautiful native stone and boast interiors that feature hand hewn wooden mantel pieces and beautiful wood molding. At the other end of the spectrum, new construction is also available in Skippack.
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All New Fixures/Lighting and Fans throughout. Located on Rt 113 in Skippack Township, 1/2 mile from Downtown Skippack Village, this Beautiful Three-Story Brick Colonial,...
Listing courtesy of Equity MidAtlantic Real Estate.
Opportunity knocks with this successful Montgomery County pizza restaurant. Located in a thriving shopping center with a CVS anchor, this takeout restaurant is a staple ...
Listing courtesy of BHHS Fox & Roach-Collegeville.
Skippack's Busiest Intersection and the Last Large Corner Location with over 4 Acres in Skippack Township. This property sits on the corner of Route 113 and Route 73. The...
Listing courtesy of Realty Executives-Skippack.
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