A bit of Europe is being brought into Lancaster County.
No, I'm not referring to Lancaster Leiderkranz, but instead to a new community of mixed commercial/residential units designed into a German or French-style town layout. The development is called Stoudtburg Village, and it's right along Route 272 in Denver just north of the PA turnpike at the Reading/Lancaster exit.
There will be shops throughout the community, many owned by the residents living upstairs in the building. A very cool concept that reminds me of my trip to Germany in 2004 - the place looks very authentic, almost Disney-like. The design is modeled after the 16th century German town of Rothenberg on Tauber, the well-known "walled city" in south-central Germany. Stoudtburg Village is very colorful, and easily accessible.
Home prices range between $175,000 and $225,000 on average. If you are interested in more information about Stoudtburg Village or would like to tour the facility, give me a call at 717-799-0851 or email me at email@example.com.
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