In 2014 my wife and I moved to Morrisville to start a family. One of the first things that attracted us here was its central location, sitting between NYC and Philadelphia and less than an hour from the beach. The other thing that we loved was the charm and character of the early 20th century homes and the beautiful, centuries old trees that you find in Morrisville. A quaint town along the Delaware River with a rich history that is often overlooked and forgotten. A history that goes back to the Lenape natives and William Penn. Our journey began with Morrisville as we consider it the gateway to Bucks County however, our intent is to reflect on and celebrate all that Bucks County has to offer.
Hussam & Dana Jallad
*Photo taken in front of Graystones Forest in Morrisville, PA. This is where William Penn met with members of the Lenape Indian tribe under a white oak tree in 1682 to negotiate the first land-purchase survey in Pennsylvania.