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New Homes in Montgomery County Provide Perfect Location for Summer Adventure

Categories: Hallmark Homes Group, Horsham, Montgomery County, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Montgomery County | Posted: June 12, 2018

Horsham Glen is a new home community located in the hub of Montgomery County summertime excitement. As a new resident, you can savor the warm afternoons by exploring a variety of outdoor attractions all within a short drive. Explore nearby parks, hike area trails, ride zip lines through the treetops, try your luck at fishing or paddle your boat down the river — and still be back home in time for dinner.

Play in the Park

Nearby fun in the sun awaits at what locals have nicknamed “Everybody’s Park,” also known as Lukens Park. Among the softball fields and basketball courts, you’ll find an expansive and modern playground for the little ones to enjoy. With slides, tunnels, teeter-totters and swing sets, the kids will sure to be entertained for hours. Plus – plenty of open space for adults to relax, roam and take in the fresh air.

Take a Nature Hike

If you love outdoor exercise, there are trails specifically designed for walking, running and biking that are just five minutes from your new home in Montgomery County. You can get a great workout at the Horsham Power Line Trail while enjoying the fresh outdoor air and gorgeous natural surroundings.

Breeze Through the Trees

If you’re ready for even more excitement, perhaps it’s time to visit Treetop Adventures at the Elmwood Zoo — just a short drive from Horsham Glen. An array of over 50 challenges includes zip-lines for all ages, rope courses for kids, treetop courses above zoo exhibits for the more adventurous and nighttime excursions for the ultra-brave. Ride a zip-line over the bison exhibit and the experience up close the habitats of other mammals, reptiles and birds — even a Bald Eagle named Noah.

Cast out a Line

Just 20 minutes from your new home at Horsham Glen, you can hike into a natural wonderland of canopy-covered trails that lead to a trout-inhabited creek. This 230-acre park is perfect for bike rides and afternoon picnics, and offers excellent trails. Locals report lots of lucky fishermen in this area as well, especially with spinner lures and plenty of patience.

Row Your Boat

River adventure enthusiasts can access the Schuylkill River and boatloads of kayaking and canoeing fun just half an hour from Horsham Glen. Gather your friends, pack a lunch and get ready for a summer afternoon of paddling through the natural beauty of a wildlife-rich waterway. You can even elect to experience river tubing, twilight cruises and even a full day trip to Valley Forge and back just a short trip from this outstanding community in Montgomery County.

Make New Memories

Horsham Glen by Hallmark Homes Group is an ideal community for families who love to enjoy their summers in the great outdoors. Contact us to learn more about these new homes in Montgomery County — which are so close to plenty of sporting, hiking, biking, climbing and water adventure

Discover Culture and Historic Treasures Throughout Lehigh County

Categories: Hallmark Homes Group, Lehigh County, Lehigh County New Homes, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Lehigh County | Posted: March 27, 2018

The Reserve at Highgate is a new home community in Lehigh County located in an area rich with hundreds of years of tradition, treasures and historic influence. This flourishing neighborhood of new homes in Lehigh County is situated near a variety of renowned museums preserving legacies of fine art, automotive history and Native American heritage.

Enrich Your Life

Over 2,000 years of cultural expression await your discovery at the Allentown Art Museum. This 75 year-old Lehigh County institution presents exhibitions of photography, sculpture, paintings, woodcuts, collages, origami and more.

Spend an afternoon marveling at ancient sculptures of Hindu gods, seeing the world through the eyes National Geographic photographers and exploring contemporary themes of pattern and motion.

Peer Through the Rear View Mirror

For vintage transportation buffs, or if you just you love big rigs, take a drive to America’s legacy of heavy machinery, the Mack Trucks Historical Museum. Experience the evolution of Mack Trucks through a collection of restored vintage models and memorabilia, and find out how its brand garnered the Bulldog as its official mascot.

Also nearby your new home community in Breinigsville, automotive enthusiasts with an appreciation for famous and well-preserved vehicles can witness the best of both at America on Wheels. Get close enough to see your reflection in the paint of vintage “Survivor Cars” and the toughest muscle car brands from the mid-to-late 20th century.

Discover an Old Treasure

The Haines Mill Museum offers you a glimpse into America’s agricultural past. The museum features a fully operational gristmill where visitors can watch the waterwheel that once powered a thriving flour processing facility.

The original mill was built in 1760 and reconstructed in the early 1900s after a fire gutted the building’s interior. In 1972, Lehigh County purchased the mill for preservation and two years later, it opened as a museum. Today it is a feature of the Lehigh County Park system and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Learn About the First Americans

If you are fascinated by Native heritage, the Museum of Indian Culture intrigues visitors with a wealth of exhibits, festivals, guided tours and educational programs for all ages.

Visitors can explore activities of Lenape and other Northeastern Woodland Indian cultures such as spear throwing and fire starting, and learn how to make tools out of stone and cordage from plant fiber. Along with the demonstrations and activities, the finest in native artistry can be seen through displays of painted pottery, beaded moccasins, woven quilts, leather sheaths and more.

New Opportunities Await

New homeowners at The Reserve at Highgate have a unique opportunity to experience quality living in proximity to a broad realm of compelling museum attractions nearby. Contact us to discover how you and your family can join enjoy this new home community in Lehigh County, PA and all it has to offer.

Springtime Transformation: Discover Excellence, Convenience and Excitement in a New Home Community

Categories: Bucks County, Hallmark Homes Group, Horsham, Lehigh County, Montgomery County, New Home Community, New Homes | Posted: March 13, 2018

With spring approaching, you may already be tidying up your home, making improvements and adding those final touches before listing. As you begin the search process for a new home, consider some of the several advantages of moving into a new home community in one of Hallmark Homes Group’s three outstanding neighborhoods.

Imagine improving your quality of life by living near top rated schools, major travel routes and an abundance of compelling attractions. New Homes in Montgomery County, Bucks County and Lehigh County built by the Hallmark Homes Group offer this very experience for many homebuyers.

Learn with Peace of Mind

Access to outstanding educational facilities in a low crime environment can provide an excellent foundation for children, as well as insurance on your real estate investment. Residents of Horsham Glen in Montgomery County are privy to the high standards of the Hatboro-Horsham School District — rated in the top 15% statewide.

Students in the Parkland School District in Lehigh County can benefit from a top 10% rated district as well according to Niche with an A+ grade for safety. Meanwhile, the crime rates in Chalfont Bucks County are lower than those in 74% of all other districts in Pennsylvania.

Commute with Ease

An ideal advantage of moving into a new home community should be that you can enjoy hassle-free travel to and from work and play. Horsham Glen in Montgomery County provides easy access to the New Jersey Turnpike (I-276) for east/west travel while nearby Easton Road (Route 611) allows convenient north/south connections.

Highfield Estates in Bucks County sits adjacent to the Doylestown area, a travel hub allowing access to Route 202, the Doylestown Bypass (Route 611) and Route 313. Just to the west, residents also have access to Route 309 and I-476 for north/south travel.

The Reserve at Highgate in Lehigh County is situated in close proximity to Route 222, where the eastbound/westbound Hamilton Road turns into the northbound/southbound Fred Jaindl Memorial Highway. This allows convenient travel in all direction and access to numerous connecting routes.

Indulge in Dynamic Attractions

Another valuable asset you can anticipate with a new home community from Hallmark Homes Group is convenient access to shopping, dining and entertainment. Willow Grove Mall is just minutes from Horsham Glen while King of Prussia Court and Plaza and Montgomery Mall are both a short drive away.

On a night on the town you can choose to enjoy Japanese, Italian, American, Mexican or Brazilian fare in one of the many nearby restaurants. Highfield Estates is situated near the above amenities as well as being neighbor to the unique shops and boutiques of popular Peddler’s Village.

Residents of The Reserve at Highgate in Lehigh County can expect exciting afternoons at Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom and the Lehigh Valley Zoo along with shopping and dining excursions at The Promenade Shops at Saucon Valley.

Spring into Your New Home

Moving to a new home community includes a host of amenities that allow you to experience quality living at its best. Contact us to learn more about new homes at Horsham Glen, Highfield Estates and The Reserve at Highgate.

Horsham in Montgomery County Wins Multiple National Awards

Categories: Montgomery County, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Montgomery County, Pa | Posted: February 14, 2018

If you’re shopping for a new home in Montgomery County, consider Horsham Glen — a Hallmark Homes Group community in one of the top-ranked places to live in Pennsylvania. Horsham Township is recognized as being among the safest, most affordable and millennial-friendly cities in the state.

Research into this area has rendered award-winning results published by Horsham Council, Realtor Magazine, Millennial Personal Finance, CNN Money and U.S. News and World Report.

Live in One of the Safest Places in Pennsylvania

Horsham Township manager William Walker announced that Horsham was named one of the safest places to live based on the FBI’s crime data report. Out of the 2,562 municipalities across the state, Horsham Township ranked in the top 40 Safest Places to Live in Pennsylvania.

City officials reveal that a progressive philosophy towards crime prevention is the secret to the area’s low rates of theft, arson and violent crime. Programs such as Chief’s Advisory Teams (ChAT) and the Citizens Police Academy promote effective communication between the community and the Police Department.

Situate Your Family for Success

When ranking real estate markets on a national scale, Realtor Magazine looks for affordability that coincides with high-ranking schools. This particular publication ranks Horsham Township in the Top 10 Most Affordable Markets for Families because of these two metrics.

As a new resident, you can introduce your children to the exponential benefits of a sound education — with the added advantage of living in a new home community in Montgomery County.

Buy in the Right Place

As a first homebuyer, you may not be aware of factors such as income score, crime score, cost of living, transportations cost, unemployment score and age score. All of these metrics bear some determination on whether or not the community you choose to live in is actually right for you and your family.

Millennial Personal Finance recently conducted a study of over 1,000 communities across Pennsylvania — looking specifically at the above data. Upon analysis of the results, this publication listed Horsham Township as one of the Best Cities in Pennsylvania for Millennials.

Get the Whole Package

When listing the Best Places to Live in America, CNN Money looks at indicators such as population, school quality, job growth, income, health care, crime and housing prices to determine their highest rankings. Horsham Township has been placed near the top of this list twice in the last decade.

Additionally, a recent announcement by U.S. News and World Report Magazine selected Horsham as one of the Best Places to Live in Pennsylvania. You and your family can enjoy the advantages of safety, affordability and top-notch education.

Imagine the peace of mind that comes with moving into a new home community like Horsham Glen. To learn more about living in a multi-award-winning township in Montgomery County, contact us.

Moving to Bucks County Means Enjoying Nature in the Great Outdoors

Categories: Bucks County Homes, Hallmark Homes Group, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Bucks County | Posted: January 31, 2018

If you’re planning to move to Bucks County and you cherish an active lifestyle, consider a new home community built by Hallmark Homes Group.

Residents of these beautiful new homes enjoy exciting wintertime activities designed to build character and enrich community. After all, there’s much more to the Pennsylvania winters than just hanging out indoors and staying cozy.

Country Ridge in Perkasie, PA and Highfield Estates in Chalfont, PA are both situated near the Peace Valley Nature Center where brisk adventures await including naturalist walks, full moon campfires, bluebird workshops, Maple Syrup Day and more.

Witness Nature’s Splendor

Every Wednesday in January and February, 14 miles of trails in the Peace Valley Nature Center await the soles of your sturdy winter boots. Around 1:30 pm weather permitting, family and friends are invited to participate in Winter Naturalist Walks and absorb the visual spectacle of wintertime in nature.

Discover a landscape transformed, complete with snow-laden trees, partially frozen streams and curvy snowdrifts. Watch the blue jays, finches and woodpeckers buzz about the branches and trace the fresh paw prints from resident chipmunks, hares and long-tailed weasels.

Basque in the Bucks County Moonlight

Once a month, mid-winter evenings present an opportunity to admire the frosty scenery of Peace Valley Nature Center beneath the glow of the full moon. From 5:30 until 7:30 PM, family and friends can stay warm along side a roaring campfire while taking in the beauty of a naturally lit nighttime winter landscape.

To maintain an intimate, serene setting, these events have limited attendance. This experience is definitely an event to plan ahead for, so be sure to mark your calendars for the next full moon.

Help the Bluebirds

Bluebird Workshops are educational afternoons dedicated to teaching the ecology and biology of a once-endangered bird. Participants learn a new wintertime craft while becoming an active participant in the comeback of a beloved winged species.

Join these creative group workshops and enjoy building a custom-made birdhouse that you can hang outside your new home in Bucks County. Classes have limited enrollment so be sure to sign up early.

Savor the Maple Flavor

Take a brisk stroll through time and discover a tradition passed on from Native Americans to early Pennsylvania pioneers and kept alive through the centuries by organizations like the PVNC. Maple Sugar Day could perhaps be one of the sweetest indulgences you discover after moving to Bucks County.

Any lingering New Year’s resolutions to refrain from sweets will be left at the trailhead. Learn how maple sap is collected and join in on the harvest. Taste the raw sap, then watch as it is boiled down and turned into syrup. Of course, you’ll have to finish off the day with a waffle or two drowned in maple magic.

Enjoy Bucks County Year-Round

Moving to Bucks County presents a wealth of wintertime activities for those who love to stay active year-round. Contact us to learn more about Hallmark’s new communities in this beautiful region including homes in Perkasie, PA and Chalfont, PA.

Winter Adventures in Less than 30 Minutes from Lehigh County New Homes

Categories: Hallmark Homes Group, Lehigh County, Lehigh County New Homes, Luxury homes, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Lehigh County | Posted: January 22, 2018

Settling into your new home in Lehigh County at The Reserve at Highgate provides a warm, cozy place to consider the many ways to spend your recreational time. As the frost gives way to winter, the seasonal change is a sign to an array of exciting outdoor adventures.

Every year, residents of Lehigh County enjoy living within 30 minutes of activities such as downhill sledding and tubing, alpine skiing, polar plunging and ice-skating.

Slide Across the Snow

Sledding is a time-tested way of introducing your little ones to the many wonders of playing in the snow. The initial thrill of effortlessly sliding downhill will make them eager for more. Meanwhile, you can stand by and relax as they willingly wear themselves out hiking back to the top of the hill over and over again.

There are numerous locations near Breinigsville, PA with mild inclines that are acceptable for wintertime sledding. These include Buchanan Elementary School, Cedar Beach Park and Springhouse Middle School, all within 30 minutes.

Glide Down the Hills

Sledding naturally gives way to other downhill experiences. Various mountain resorts in and around the Lehigh Valley offer winter excitement that includes tubing, skiing and snowboarding for all ages.

A quick drive from Breinigsville, PA– Bear Creek Mountain Resort features numerous lifts that whisk you up the side of the mountain so that you can ride down on an oversized inflated tube, glide through the slopes on skis or plough through on a snowboard. This resort is the perfect winter destination for residents of new homes in Lehigh County — whether you’re orchestrating a family gathering or planning a team building adventure for your professional colleagues.

Just outside the local community, there are additional resort destinations an hour away such as Blue Mountain Resort, Camelback Resort and Jack Frost Big Boulder that offer more options for downhill fun.

Take the Plunge

If you’re an extreme adventurer with a flair for charity, the Lehigh Valley Plunge puts your nerves against the frigid February waters of the Delaware River. Participants pledge a donation upon entering and plunge away in a stream of brave wintertime swimmers.

This event and many others like it across the state are organized by Special Olympics who appropriate the proceeds into programs designed to benefit athletes across Pennsylvania with special needs.

Lace up Your Skates

Ice-skating offers a more horizontal experience for those who don’t appreciate slick inclines. You can hop in the car at your Lehigh County home at The Reserve at Highgate and be pulling up to an ice rink in half an hour or less.

The Rink at Lehigh Valley is just 25 minutes away and offers public skating on weekends, hockey leagues and private rentals. The Earl E. Schaffer Municipal Ice Rink is a mere 30 minutes away, and offers ice skating lessons for all skill levels and interests.      

Adventures Await

Contact us to learn more about new homes at The Reserve at Highgate in Lehigh County — a community situated amid an exciting array of wintertime recreational adventures.

Plentiful Parks and Recreation Await Montgomery County Homeowners

Categories: Hallmark Homes Group, Montgomery County, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Montgomery County | Posted: December 29, 2017

If you are looking for a new home community in Montgomery County, Horsham Glen is perfectly situated near playgrounds, dog parks, landmarks and festival grounds. Residents who love to exercise, explore and learn can participate in a variety of fun, family-friendly activities.

Hallmark Homes Group along with the Horsham Department of Library and Recreation Services and Montgomery County Planning Commission work in harmony to make this area an ideal place to live and play.

Hit a Homerun

Headquarters of the Horsham Little League Association, Deep Meadow Park offers a total of 11 fields for sanctioned games — seven for baseball and four for softball. Additionally, youngsters can explore the exciting playground while grownups can challenge themselves on the 10-station workout course.

At the end of the day, everyone can meet for lunch at one of the numerous picnic tables scattered throughout the grounds. Lukens Park also hosts softball on three fields while providing basketball and playground facilities specifically designed to be wheelchair accessible.

Participate with Your Best Friend

The Horsham Dog Park is a 1.5 acre stretch of land created so that citizens and their dogs can mingle with other locals during outdoor play. As a community member, this dynamic park gives you an opportunity to engage in the hands-on enrichment of a place you and your canine companions will cherish for years to come.

The unique property is a donation from Horsham Township, with the agreement that it is to be utilized and maintained by the residents of Montgomery County. This initiative is run by the Friends of Horsham Dog Park (FoHDP) — a group that welcomes new neighbors who want to become active contributors.

Explore Local Heritage

If you’re a history buff, you’ll appreciate The Keith House — a well-preserved landmark awaiting you within the 42 acres of nostalgic Graeme Park. A quiet retreat from the modern day bustle, visitors can explore the area’s exceptional past.

Founded in 1721 under the name of “Fountain Low,” the property was continually impacted by local, national and international events until 1958 when it was passed on to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.

Nature enthusiasts and wildlife photographers will also find plenty to marvel at on these beautiful grounds. Among other things, the park is home to numerous native species including wild turkey, great blue herons, whitetail deer, fox, reptiles and amphibians.

Celebrate Summer

Towards the end of every May, the Hatboro Summer Fun Festival takes over Miller Meadow, an 8-acre natural preserve on the banks by the Pennypack Creek. For a full week, residents enjoy an abundance of homemade treats, nighttime fireworks, dazzling rides and live entertainment.

The Fun Never Ends

As a homeowner in Horsham, PA, you can enjoy abundant family fun and cultural adventures just beyond your own front yard. Contact a Hallmark Homes Group Representative to learn more about the new homes available in Montgomery County and how this close-knit community can be yours.

Residents of New Custom Homes in Bucks County Enjoy Regional Holiday Events

Categories: Bucks County Homes, Hallmark Homes Group, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Bucks County | Posted: December 20, 2017

Living in Bucks County, you can anticipate a holiday season bright with illumination and tradition. In addition to the area’s wide range of amenities, exciting arrays of events are just a short drive.

If you’re moving to Bucks County, whether you’re living at Highfield Estates in Chalfont, PA or at Country Ridge in Perkasie, PA, you can expect lively adventures ahead of you that will enkindle that special sense of mid-winter wonder.

Light Up the Night

Amid the snowflakes awaits Peddler’s Village, a diverse complex of specialty shops, distinctive eateries and cozy lodging accommodations. Every year in mid-November, Santa and Mrs. Claus kick off the Grand Illumination Celebration by switching on one million jewel-colored lights.

The village is transformed into a nighttime wonderland, and as a guest you can enjoy roasted marshmallows, warm apple cider and extended shopping hours until 10:00 pm. Pose for a family photo with Santa at Giggleberry Fair or sing along to holiday favorites performed by local musicians and area school choirs.

Climb Aboard

A wintertime adventure awaits you with the New Hope and Ivyland Railroad, featuring the return of the historic #40 Steam Locomotive. In the very presence of Santa and Mrs. Claus, you and your family will travel from New Hope Station through the Bucks County countryside, all the way to the North Pole and back again.

As you take in the scenery, you can enjoy hot cocoa and snacks amid the festive decorations adorning the railway cars. Each child receives a special sleigh bell gift from St. Nick himself while roaming musicians perform carols throughout the evening.

Head Out to the Farm

For 100 years and four generations, Shady Brook Farms has championed the agricultural way of life. Every winter season, you can explore several acres of these farmlands during the Holiday Light Show. Imagine slowly cruising past three million lights arranged around a collection of familiar holiday characters and whimsical displays.

Take it all in from the comfort of your own vehicle or, weather permitting, from an authentic perch in an open-air wagon. Visitors are encouraged to warm up by the fireside with hot chocolate and s’mores and pick out the perfect locally grown Christmas tree.

Celebrate the Season

Tree lighting ceremonies are a Bucks County tradition that began over 100 years ago. If you’re especially fond of such events, not one but two await your attendance so that you can help give the holiday season a bright welcome. The Borough of Perkasie hosts what is officially recognized as the oldest tree lighting ceremony in the United States — started in 1909.

Not far behind in age and located nearby is the Doylestown Annual Christmas Tree Lighting — started in 1914. Both events feature appearances by Santa, festive displays and plenty of holiday cheer.

If you move to Bucks County in 2018, you’ll be able to join in on all of these holiday festivities for years to come!

Bucks County Winter Wonderland

Wintertime is the perfect season to explore the festive events near your new custom home in Bucks County. Contact us to learn more about finding your dream home here at our new communities Highfield Estates in Chalfont or Country Ridge in Perkasie.

New Homes in Lehigh County Provide Access to Economic, Social and Community Advantages

Categories: Lehigh County, Lehigh County New Homes, Luxury homes, New Home Community, New Homes, New Homes in Lehigh County | Posted: December 6, 2017

While the homeowners at The Reserve at Highgate enjoy their new homes in Lehigh County, they can also benefit from the treasures of a region renowned for livability, business opportunities, economic development and functionality.

If you’re looking for a new home with a wide range of these resources at your fingertips, moving to The Reserve at Highgate in Breinisgville, PA in Lehigh County is the right decision.

Live to the Fullest

The Reserve at Highgate is one of the newest communities in Lehigh County featuring tree-lined properties accented with twin ponds and beautiful landscaping. This quiet, peaceful neighborhood removed from the bustle of the modern world is placed in convenient proximity to every imaginable amenity.

Top-notch educational facilities, entertainment venues, artistic hubs, historical landmarks and outdoor recreational spaces await residents who savor adventure and experience.

In the same day, you can take a morning hike along heritage-rich pathways, enjoy a midday carriage ride, savor and afternoon tour of a craft brewing facility and revel in the wonders of an evening decorative light display during holiday season.

Grow with the Flow

Residents of Lehigh County Homes are uniquely positioned to reap the benefits of an area experiencing record levels of economic growth. In just one year, this region’s gross domestic product increased by more than four percent from the previous year, reaching an all-time high of $39.1 billion.

This county boasts the third highest credit rating of all 67 counties in the state of Pennsylvania while unemployment sits at its lowest level in seven years according to Lehigh Valley Economic Development.

Realize Your Earning Potential

Employment options in the Lehigh Valley present an impressive array of diverse opportunities across a variety of fields. Economic powerhouses such as Crayola, Olympus America, C.L. Martin & Company, Air Products and Just Born among others have chosen this county as home to their corporate headquarters.

Several big names in the manufacturing world also call this region home — namely Mack Trucks, Bosch Rexroth and Lutron Electronics among others. Careers in healthcare and education also await here with over a half a dozen institutions including Coordinated Health and Lehigh University.

Residents inclined towards the financial sector can align with Hartford Insurance or Wells Fargo — meanwhile more careers are available at FedEx, BMW, Coca-Cola, Nestle Waters and many more.

Commute with Ease

This new home community allows residents of Lehigh County to be able to enjoy the peacefulness of quiet community while taking advantage of a world-class infrastructure that is second to none. With quick convenient travel easily available, residents are never limited.

One-third of all U.S. consumers are within one day’s drive while Lehigh County is located near three international airports sitting within 30 to 90 minutes away through I-80 (East/West), I-78 (East/West) and The Pennsylvania Turnpike’s Northeast Extension (North/South).

Meanwhile the Lehigh and Northampton Public Transportation Authority (LANTA) are ready to take commuters to numerous bus routes and railway systems.

Opportunity is Knocking at Your Door

If you’re ready to start living the best years of your life, opportunity is waiting here at The Reserve at Highgate in Breinigsville, Pa. Contact us to learn more about the advantages of living in a thriving region while finding the home of your dreams.

5 Unexpected and Exciting Attractions in Lehigh County

Categories: Customized homes, Lehigh County New Homes | Posted: October 31, 2017

If you are looking for Lehigh County homes in proximity to captivating attractions, consider the ideal location at The Reserve at Highgate in Breinigsville, Pa. This new Hallmark Homes Group community is surrounded with entertainment, history, science, agriculture and literature.

This region presents the charm of semi-rural living while offering every modern amenity imaginable along with an abundance of opportunities to learn, interact, explore and grow.

Celebrate a Legacy of Steel

As a resident of this new home community in Lehigh County, you can witness the vibrant re-purposing of 20th Century industrialism into 21st Century innovation. Steel Stacks is the former home of Bethlehem Steel, which helped bolster America’s role in both World Wars.

Today, visitors enjoy a diverse entertainment and arts campus that champions more than 1000 concerts and 8 festivals every year. Arts and culture are presented at the ArtsQuest center, where you can dine at the MusikFest Cafe or catch a show at the Frank Banko Alehouse Cinemas.

Wonder Underground

This family-friendly destination just off route 222 in Lehigh County offers a glimpse into the prehistoric geology of the region. When you visit Lost River Canyons, you can literally walk through time, reveling in magnificent stalactites, stalagmites and crystalline formations that have been taking shape for 250,000 years.

In addition to exploring the underground caverns, you can hike along the nature trail; delve into history at the Gilman Museum or pan for treasures at the Gem Mill.

Connect Science to Life

The Da Vinci Science Center recognizes its mission to promote science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) to children in fun, fascinating and compelling ways. Upon the very first visit, you can foster within yourself and your kids the inspiration to learn, experiment and create.

The DSC offers a diverse array of programs including after school clubs, career education days, field trips, scout programs, family sleepovers, learning activities for toddlers, live science shows and much more.

Pick a Winner

Families who love fresh produce and exploring the outdoors can literally have a field day at the Grim’s Orchard and Family Farms. Established in 1939, this sprawling expanse of property offers a unique experience known as Pick-Your-Own-Orchards.

You can stroll through the trellises, hand choosing from ripe pumpkins, apples, cherries and strawberries. Fall season visitors can explore the Corn Maze, take a hayride, play Corn Hole and ride the Caterpillar Slide before picking the perfect orange gourd for your new Lehigh County home.

Become Inspired

This region fosters an entire culture built around the works of William Shakespeare, and the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival is a highly respected institution that honors the drama, comedy and tragedy of theatre’s most celebrated bard.

A tradition that began in 1991, this yearly production offers a unique opportunity for families to immerse themselves in theatre culture purveyed by over 200 professionals and attended by nearly 50,000 people from 30+ states. 

The Adventure Never Ends

Exciting attractions and institutions that teach and inspire surround this new home community in Lehigh County. Contact us to learn more about how you and your family can begin a journey of luxury living and tremendous discovery.