About Fairless Hills
The Fairless Hills community we’ve grown to love through the years hasn’t been around for very long. It was established in 1951 when Danherst Corporation started to build prefabricated homes in the area. The homes were made by Gunnison Magichomes, a subsidiary of U.S. Steel.
It was eventually named Fairless Hills after Benjamin Fairless, who played a large role in the growth and development of the area. As the President of U.S. Steel, he loaned $50 million to Danherst Corp. and his Fairless Works plant employed a majority of the residents at the time.
The area makes up 1.9 square miles. It’s located within the Falls Township in Bucks County, bounded by Bristol Oxford Valley Rd. and Chickenfoot Park to the west, Olds Blvd. to the south, Lincoln Highway to the north, Martins Creek to the east, and Village Lane to the southeast.
If you’re looking to enjoy a nice day or night out at Fairless Hills, you won’t want to miss the Sotcher Farmhouse, Martins Creek, Caroline Lake, Oxford Valley Park Pool, Oxford Valley Public Golf Course, Fairless Hills Towne Center, Chickenfoot Park, and Queen Anne Creek.