Southampton Neighborhoods

Picture Southampton Township as a wedge of pie, the wider crust-rim side on the west and the tip of the slice of pie to the east at Four Mile Circle. Three major highways pass through Southampton Township. An 8 mile section of Route 206 bisects the Township, extending north to south from mile marker 24 to just before mile marker 16. At the northern tip of the township, Route 38 (becoming Rt. 530 at Rt. 206) extends from west to east for a little less than three miles. In the southern portion of the township, Route 70 extends from west to east for a little over ten miles between mile markers 16 and 26 (at the Four Mile Circle).


In order to locate the “neighborhoods” listed below, we have worked first on the East side of Rt. 206 from North to South, then on the West side of Rt. 206 from North to South. As a rural community, in addition to the various “developments” there are homes and farms scattered throughout the Township between these developments.
Top 5 Neighborhoods by Size

Leisuretowne – 2,255 homes and approximately 3,800 residents
Mobile Estates – 325 homes and approximately 700 residents
Ewansville & Crescent Heights – 232 homes
Village of Vincentown – 209 homes and approximately 750 residents
Hampton Lakes – 195 homes

East of Route 206

North of Rt. 38/530
Ewansville/Crescent Heights – Ewansville is located at the northernmost tip of Southampton on Rt. 206 and connects with Crescent Heights on the opposite side of Mobile Estates, with primary access from Route 530 – Total homes: 232.

Mobile Estates – 325 units – Population: 700. Off Rt. 206 at mile marker 24.

South of Rt. 38/530

Buddtown – Small community with colonial origins east of Vincentown – 26 residences.
Cedarwyck – Located off Ridge Road – 50 residences.
Retreat – Small crossroads community south-east of Vincentown at the intersection of Retreat Road and Big Hill Road.
Ridge Tree – Located at intersection of Ridge and New Roads – 67 residences.
Ridgeway – Adjacent to Ridge Tree – 18 residences.


Air-view picture of Leisuretowne and Hampton Lakes

Leisuretowne – Guarded Adult Community of 2,255 homes and approximately 3,800 residents. Entrance on Route 70 mile marker 21.

Hampton Lakes – 195 units; located off Route 70 between mile marker 20 & 21.

Mill Chase – Located off Burrs Mill Road near Rt. 70 at mile marker 23 – Total residences: 29.

Tranquility Ridge – Located off Route 70 at mile marker 25 – Total residences: 39.

Ongs Hat – Area of Southampton with fabled history – Located near Four Mile Circle at eastern-most tip of the Township.

South of Route 70

Burrs Mill Estates/Cranberry Run – Located off Rt. 70 at mile marker 21 – Total residences: 82.

Sooy Place/Medford Park (sometimes referred to as “The Avenues”) – Located off Sooy Place Road just above Tabernacle and Woodland borders – Total residences: 89.

West of Route 206

South of Route 38

Southampton Meadows – Located off Newbolds Corner Road – Total residences: 7


Air-view picture of Vincentown Village

Vincentown Village – Historic town center – 209 residences; Population c. 750; Governmental center; several churches; elementary and middle schools; library; historic buildings and homes; historic center on National and State registers of historic buildings; recreational facilities; military monuments; nestled on Vincentown Millpond, just off Rt. 206.

Meadowyck – Located off Church Road beyond Village of Vincentown – 58 residences.

The Ridings of Southampton – Located off Chairville Road, near Church Road – Total residences: 58.

Estate Meadows – Located off Eayrestown-Red Lion Road near Red Lion – 12 residences.

Red Lion – Historic crossroads community near Red Lion Circle.

South of Route 70

Pricketts Mill Heights – Located at southwestern tip of Southampton Township at Medford/Tabernacle border. Portions in Tabernacle Twp. – Total residences: 14.

Eagles Mere – Located on Southampton/Tabernacle border off Hawkin Rd. Portions in Tabernacle Twp. – Total residnces: 103.