New Homes for Sale in PA
Are you looking to move but not quite sure where to settle in and put down roots? Where you decide to live is an important decision. It determines where your children will go to school, who you will spend time with, how long your commute is, and much more. With all of those factors to consider, it can seem a bit daunting to make a decision.
THP makes the home search a bit easier by picking great locations to build our communities. Our recent communities are located in Pennsylvania, specifically the southeastern region. Between two of the state’s largest cities, Philadelphia and Allentown, this central location makes it easy to access major highways and turnpikes. It is a short drive to the city for a day trip, or a visit to Lancaster county for sprawling hills and peaceful landscapes. You will find that the region is home to many small businesses, plus several Fortune 500 companies, making the area an appealing choice for new residents.
Pennsylvania is packed with history in both the suburbs and the city. In Philadelphia, known as the birthplace of the United States, you can immerse yourself in the local history and culture. Lucky for visitors, much of the city’s history has been preserved, and can be viewed at the many museums and galleries. These destinations are within walking distance of each other so you can tour the city at your own pace. An important stop is Independence National Historical Park, home to the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Benjamin Franklin Museum.
Spending Time in the Suburbs
If the busyness of the city is not your speed, consider one of Pennsylvania’s beautiful suburbs. With less congested traffic and plenty of open public spaces, the suburbs can feel like a breath of fresh air compared to the city. While still achieving your peace and quiet, a quick and easy commute to the city can be reached by the turnpike and many major highways. If you have children, you can sleep well at night, knowing you are in the safety of a slow Pennsylvanian suburb with low crime. If you enjoy spending time outside and hosting parties, many Pennsylvanian suburban homes have a yard for all of your outdoor needs and activities.
Bucks County, PA
Bucks County Pennsylvania features historical sites such as Washington Crossing where George Washington’s army famously crossed the Delaware River during a crucial battle in the Revolutionary war. There are also beautiful historical sites like Pennsbury Manor, estate of Pennsylvania’s founder, William Penn, and beautifully preserved towns like New Hope and Doylestown. Within Bucks County, check out Cedar Ridge by TH Properties. Close to all these beautiful historic areas, Perkasie Pennsylvania is situated midway between the cities of Quakertown and Doylestown. If you are looking for a beautiful contemporary townhome, Cedar Ridge is the location for you!
Montgomery County, PA
The third most populous county in Pennsylvania, Montgomery county is a hotspot for home-buyers. This county features attractions of all types. Outside of the city is Valley Forge National Historical Park with plenty of trails, tours and activities. Immerse yourself in the location of the encampment of the Continental Army in 1777 during the Revolutionary War. Second in size only to the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minnesota; Montgomery County is home to the King of Prussia Mall, where all of your shopping needs are fulfilled. Within an hour drive of all of these great locations are TH Properties communities Bayberry Crossing and Northgate in the town of Pennsburg, and Lincoln Woods in Harleysville, Pennsylvania.