Woodside, located in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, has recently been crowned the wealthiest city in the state. According to a list published by Newsweek, the average household income of Woodside is 209% higher than the national average. This small town has become a symbol of affluence and luxury in the region, with many of its residents enjoying a high standard of living. Several cities and local districts in Bucks County have made the list for having some of the most expensive homes in Pennsylvania.
The Philadelphia Business Journal has ranked the 15 richest zip codes in the region and three Bucks County cities are on the list. The Northeastern Heritage Corridor crosses Montgomery County and reaches areas of Bucks County, particularly around New Hope. This includes Solebury, Lower Makefield, and Upper Makefield. In comparison to the Delaware Valley, affluent neighborhoods in Pittsburgh are more concentrated in small places, while affluent communities in Philadelphia are spread across four counties (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery) and within city borders.
This means that there are many different areas where people can find luxurious homes and enjoy a high quality of life. Woodside is an excellent example of how a small town can become a symbol of wealth and success. It is also a reminder that there are many different places in Bucks County where people can find luxurious homes and enjoy a high quality of life. Whether you're looking for an exclusive neighborhood or a more affordable area, Bucks County has something for everyone.