Milford Township is a suburb of Philadelphia with a population of 10,002. Milford Township is in Bucks County. Living in Milford Township offers residents a suburban feel and most residents own their homes. In Milford Township there are a lot of parks. Residents of Milford Township tend to lean conservative. The public schools in Milford Township are highly rated.
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Quakertown is a really nice town. There's every possible store and food place you can imagine (except KFC). I'm pretty sure we should be hold a record for the most amount of restaurants and stores in a two mile strip if we aren't in it already. I was homeschooled, so I can't say how good or bad the schools were but I heard the high school was pretty bad. The elementary schools and middle school are good though from the conversations I have had with people who have attended them or sent their children to them. There's beautiful parks nearby, my favorite being Nockamixon State Park. It's absolutely gorgeous and I go there any time I possibly can!
Alot of nice people, great overall community, everyone knows each other.
The local business is pretty good here. There are a LOT of stores. Grocery stores, gas stations, and pharmacy stores are all available. We have big shops like Kohl's, Target, Michael's, BJ's, and Walmart all available. The only thing missing is fancier department stores (I'd kill for a Macy's!).