Pre-Revolutionary Tavern in Upper Bucks Hits the Market for $1.25M

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The tavern has been around longer than the United States of America.

A property in Bucks County, which predates a large portion of the nation’s history, has recently gone up for sale at a historic price. Jeff Ward wrote about the tavern for WFMZ-69 News.

The Raven’s Nest, located at 625 Old Bethlehem Road in Quakertown, has operated as a tavern since 1750. As one of the oldest and continuously-operating taverns in the United States, the property has just gone up for sale for $1.25 million.

A long-standing favorite among residents of Haycock Township, the tavern was purportedly a regular spot for the Doan Gang, a group of Quakers that became notorious outlaws during the American Revolution.

Like many older buildings in the county, the property is a living piece of American history in which generations have enjoyed their time.

Offering food and drinks for almost three centuries, the bar has remained a piece of Pennsylvania history. Now, residents and visitors to the area are hoping the next tenants will continue to use the property as a tavern.

Read more about the tavern and its selling price at WFMZ-69 News.


Video tour of Raven’s Nest.

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