803 Hickory Lane, Easton, PA
$ Click for current price
3 BEDROOMS | 2 (1 full, 1 half ) BATHROOMS | 1223 SQUARE FEET
This well built 3 bedroom 1.5 bath home is on a nice .22 acre lot on a quiet street in Palmer Township. The house has been freshly painted throughout and it has been well maintained. The Living room floor has just been resurfaced and it gleams. There are beautiful hardwood floors throughout the home. The large Family room is perfect to relax with the family. There is a deck at the front of the house with a retractable awning where you can enjoy watching the world go by. The flat yard has room for a pool if you would like one. And the shed will stay with the property. This home is close to entertainment, restaurants, highways and schools. Don’t miss your opportunity to see this home.
Greater Lehigh Valley Association of Realtors
I want to tell you about my part of town, West Bethlehem. Do you like tree lined streets?…nice people?…finding a quiet place to run, or walk the dog? Move to the Westside! It’s a great place to live.
The general boundaries of the Westside are from the Lehigh River north to Route 22, the western edge is Club Ave., and the eastern side is Main Street downtown.
The Westside is made of various neighborhoods. Places called Mt. Airy, Rosemont. Rosemont, Rosemont Manor, Old Rosemont, Kaywin, Beth-Allen Gardens, Fireside Estates, Alexander Park, Catasauqua Gardens, Central Park West, Riverview, Monocacy Village plus there are lots of neighborhoods which don’t have names but they are all very nice places to live.
Generally speaking most of the west side is made up turn of the century architecture. The numbered avenues and named street are lined with twin (double) homes. Some are quite small while others are 3 floors full of huge rooms and space. Craftsman homes, big Victorian mansions and Cape Cod homes also dot the landscape. And then nestled along the Lehigh River are townhomes, apartments and a large apartment building and then right in the middle of things is Hold Family Manor the retirement community which was started in one of the original mansions of the time.
But here on the west side from morning to night you will see citizens walking, running, strolling, out with babies and dogs – all enjoying the tree lined streets and quiet avenues. We really enjoy our neighbors and neighborhood. Though we may not know one another by name we still say hello when we pass on the sidewalk.
Interestingly enough, when people move to the Westside of Bethlehem, many do not leave. If in need of a larger home, the new house usually is still in the neighborhood; just down the street or around the corner from the old house.
Local retailers are all close by. Highways and byways are close too. There are a few restaurants within walking distance and Main Street is not far either.