The borough of Sellersville is situated in Bucks County in the state of Pennsylvania and at the time of the last census in 2010, this area had a population of 4,249. This showed a slight decrease from the 2000 census which had 4,564 residents living in the area, consisting of 1,770 households of which 1,198 were families of which 36.8% had children under the age of 18 living with them. Just over 50% of these were married couples without children while around 26% were made up of single individuals. The majority of the ethnic population was made up of White residents with the remainder consisting of Hispanic or Latino races at 1.99% of the population, 0.57% African American, 0.35% Asian and 0.15% Native American with some other small minorities making up the rest. The population density in the area was calculated at 3,934.1 people per square mile with 1,827 housing units situated at an average density of 1,574.8 per square mile.
The town is situated in a great location especially for those who enjoy the great outdoors as it is surrounded on three sides by open countryside and the housing developments in the area are spread out around the area giving the impression of vast open space. Over the past few decades, Sellersville has become a residential town, mainly for people who are employed in the many urban centers have sprung up in the region and are just a short commute away. While the town remains predominantly a residential area there are several businesses in the Main Street area that provide local jobs too. In addition, the Grandview Hospital which was developed on the ridgeline the town, has also provided many local residents with employment and as a result the economy in the borough is fairly affluent in comparison to other parts of the country. While the town remains predominantly a residential area there are several businesses in the Main Street area that provide local jobs too.
The borough was originally occupied by settlers in the early 18th Century and while the town has developed over the centuries in between it is still relatively small today. It is situated in between the larger town of Perkasie and a prominent ridge line in the area, while the center of this town is still adjacent to the Bethlehem Pike – one of the original roads running through the region – which is now known as Old Route 309. One of the original constructions in the town was Washington House, which was built as a large tavern in the 1800’s and this is a prominent landmark that is still standing today however it has been renovated and restored in recent years and is now home to an exclusive upmarket restaurant. There was a livery stable next to this to accommodate the horses used by travelers frequenting the inn which was converted into a movie theater around 1894 and today this is now the Sellersville Theater, a popular venue for live music events.