Warrington Township, PA MLS, Warrington Township, Pennsylvania Real Estate

The beginning stages of Warrington Township was seen in 1744 when Thomas Cook, a dputy serveyor of Lancaster County, assisted by William Richardson, laid off the land where the township stands
today. The original shape of the township was an irregular pentagon which had land that extended into what is now a part of Washington Township and a small portion of Adams County.

The original settlers in this area, like much other parts of York County, were English. Much of the original township was weavers, coopers, wheelwrights, tailors, inn-keepers, saddlers, potters,
carpenters, black-smiths, cordwainers, and school masters. Today the area is still a small community but with a few different jobs in the market!

In 1803, Warrington Township reduced in its limits by the formation of Washington Township on the southeastern end. The area is undulation and portions of it is mountainous. There is a great
variety of soil, some of which is fertile making for a great area for farming relocation!

The town of Warrington Township, Pennsylvania is a wonderful place to call home. Find Warrington Township, Pennsylvania realtors® and Warrington Township, Pennsylvania homes for sale using the Warrington Township MLS search tools you'll find here.