A part of Bucks County, Doylestown, Pennsylvania is served by the Central Bucks School District. Students attend one of two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Several private schools are also in close proximity. The college population in Doylestown is low, with most students attending Delaware Valley College, a largely agriculture-based institution. Penn State Abington is 14 miles away. Doylestown has a low crime rate compared to the national average. Temperatures are mild to warm in July, ranging between the low 60s and the mid-80s, and mild to cold in January, raging between the low 20s and the high 30s.

At just 2.15 square miles, Doylestown, Pennsylvania, is a small borough near Philadelphia. The urban area has a population of just over 8,000 people. Residents of Doylestown are well educated, and although cost of living is slightly higher than the national average, the unemployment rate is lower than average. A typical home in Doylestown costs about $383,000.

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