Popular Neighborhoods

Lehigh Valley, PA

Central to Northeast and Mid-Atlantic metropolitan areas, this third largest city in Pennsylvania, once known as a mining town and now host to major corporations such as Mack Trucks and PPL, combines suburban living with outdoor recreation offering over 2,000 acres of beautiful expansion parks for biking, hiking, and fishing.

Situated in Northampton county, Bath offers the hometown feel of a smaller community with easy access to nearby metropolitan areas. Though small in size, Bath draws younger families for its newer homes, variety of golf courses and intimate population.

Known for its rich colonial and industrial history, this larger medium-sized city lies in the heart of Lehigh Valley and offers a melting pot of cultures with a mixed workforce of both white and blue collar workers and neighborhoods that reside in both Lehigh Valley County and Northampton county.

This primarily white-collar suburb of Allentown has a modest population, predominantly of mature residents, and features two neighborhoods listed on the national registry of historic places including Biery’s Port along the Lehigh River and the “mansion district” comprised of Victorian homes once owned by wealthy residents.

Both the Stabler Center, one of the largest land developments in Lehigh Valley, and the region’s highest-end retail mall are located in this unincorporated village located in Upper Saucon Township that is headquarters to Olympus Corporation as well as many affluent homes.

Cooper, this traditional small town in southern Lehigh valley offers strong community ties with a walkable main street that was once part of an Indian trail more than two hundred years ago.

From farming land to industrial community, this small town situated along the Lehigh River and six miles northeast of Allentown, is a melting pot of many nationalities with a median resident age of 38 and modest population.

Uniquely located within an hour of New York City, Philadelphia and the Pocono Mountains, this full service city in Northampton County features a historic district, mule-drawn canal boat rides along Hugh Moore Historic Park, a Centre Square and is home to Crayola® Factory and prestigious Lafayette College.

Nestled on the northern slope of South Mountain just fives miles southwest of Allentown, this quaint historic but vibrant town serves as a hub of productivity in southwestern Lehigh Country, offering a variety of housing options, including historical homes, in a true community atmosphere.

Once the homeland of the Lenape Indians and Moravian farmland, this small suburb of Bethlehem is predominantly residential with established homes whose residents derive a quality of life from their dedication to church, education and family life.

Located in Northampton County borough just one mile east of Bethlehem, this small community maintains a lower than average cost of living along with an established housing market.

Located along the western border of Northampton County, Lehigh Township is predominately agricultural, rural, and residential with large tracts of State gamelands on its northern tier.

The second oldest borough in the county, this Allentown suburb, split into upper and lower townships, offers a harmonious blend of rolling countryside, fertile farmlands, neighborly residential communities with sizable lot homes, and modern commercial parks.