Perkiomen Woods Townhouse Development in Collegeville, PA

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Real Estate Agent with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Fox & Roach Realtors

Perkiomen Woods is a townhouse development of close to 500 homes that features a newly redesigned pool and clubhouse as well as tennis courts and fitness center.  One the best benefits besides the fact that it is an outstanding community is the fact that the Perkiomen Trail passes directly through the development making a bike ride to Philadelphia or a walk to Lower Providence Park a convenient possibility.  There are numerous styles of homes in the development with some being built in the late 70's to late 90's.  The development has plenty to offer including close proximity to major roads and tons of new shopping like the soon to open Providence Town Center at the intersection of Rts 422 & 29 as well as a new shopping center with a "Super" Wawa & Malvern School right around the corner from development. 

I have listed and sold more homes in this development than any other Real Estate agent since 2006 so if you have questions about the development be sure to contact me.  Not only have i helped more homeowners in the development  buy and sell but my wife and I  reside here as well.  It would be my pleasure to show you why we love to call this wonderful development home.

Perkiomen Woods Collegeville, PA Homes           Tot Lot in Perkiomen Woods Townhouse Development       Tennis Courts and Clubhouse

 

Make today better than the previous!

 

Andrew Himes, Realtor, e-PRO, ABR
Weichert, Realtors Collegeville
www.AndrewHimes.com
610-409-6677

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