How Rosalie Avenue in Bensalem, PA, Got Its Name
Human Interest Neighborhoods, Villages, Towns, etc. Roads
How Rosalie Avenue in Bensalem, PA, Got Its Name

Rosalie Avenue, which is probably considered to be in the Eddington portion of what was once largely called Cornwells Heights but is now largely known as Bensalem Township, was developed by the Sarandrea family. They had farm land which they developed for housing. They owned the Esso station that was on the corner of Hulmeville Road and Cornwells Avenue, nearby, and lived next door to the station. Those buildings are still there. Rosalie was the lady of the house.

Publication date Feb 21, 2019
Property ID: 11253
Updated on: Feb 21, 2019

Rosalie Avenue, which is probably considered to be in the Eddington portion of what was once largely called Cornwells Heights but is now largely known as Bensalem Township, was developed by the Sarandrea family. They had farm land which they developed for housing. They owned the Esso station that was on the corner of Hulmeville Road and Cornwells Avenue, nearby, and lived next door to the station. Those buildings are still there. Rosalie was the lady of the house.

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Location:
Rosalie Avenue, Bensalem, Pennsylvania, 19020, United States
Listing Category:
Human Interest Neighborhoods, Villages, Towns, etc. Roads
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Created Date:
02-21-2019
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