Doylestown Interior Designer

Doylestown interior designer, Kathy McGroarty, is excited to work with you on your design project whether you’re moving to a new home or updating your current home. Kathy proudly serves Bucks County including, Chalfont, Doylestown, Newtown, Perkasie, Sellersville, Wrightstown, New Hope and surrounding areas! We also serve the community of Weyhill Estates in Center Valley.

Doylestown interior designer loves working with historic homes

Historic Doylestown

Doylestown is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with a population was 8,380. Doylestown’s origins date back to 1745 when William Doyle obtained a license to build a tavern in the area. Known for years as “William Doyle’s Tavern,” the area blossomed into a village. The first church was erected in 1815, followed by a succession of congregations throughout the 19th century. The Borough of Doylestown was incorporated in 1838.

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Some Doylestown Resources

Doylestown Fire Company

Doylestown Fire Company No. 1, was originally organized August 4, 1879, and is dedicated to protecting the citizens and properties of Doylestown. The volunteers of the fire company respond to many different types of calls in the course of a day, from alarm systems to major emergencies.

The Doylestown Arts Festival

The Doylestown Arts Festival has provided the community with a juried selection of artists and the best of the area’s culture. This two-day festival is the largest event of the year in the heart of beautiful Doylestown, PA. The annual festival has grown to include more than 160 artists, five stages of live music and two food courts.

James A. Michener Art Museum

The James A. Michener Art Museum is an independent, non-profit cultural institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting and exhibiting the art and cultural heritage of the Bucks County region. The museum is named for Doylestown’s most famous son, the Pulitzer-Prize winning writer and supporter of the arts who first dreamed of a regional art museum in the early 1960’s.