Come to Morgantown, a bustling hub in a rural setting in Caernarvon Township where southern Berks County and Lancaster County meet. It lies conveniently at the intersection of Route 10, Route 23, Interstate 176 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike. It also serves as the crossroads of the past, present and future.
Morgantown Real Estate Can Take You Back in Time
The past unfolds in open fields that undulate gently toward the horizon, yielding a rich harvest of corn, tomatoes, mushrooms and much more. The landscape is dotted with historic stone farmhouses, white clapboard houses and red barns. And occasionally you’ll see an Amish horse and buggy traveling down the narrow lanes.
Quaint homes, shops and restaurants cluster in Morgantown’s small business district, laid out by Colonel Jacob Morgan back in 1770, and that of neighboring Elverson. Just outside Morgantown’s town center, you’ll discover ranches and capes, perfect for first-time home buyers and empty nesters. And just beyond, land untouched by the tides of time awaits, ready for you to make it your dream home in the country.
New Homes in Morgantown
The present stakes its claim on Morgantown with newly built developments that are springing up to serve a growing community. Spacious estate homes give you room to grow as your family expands, today’s amenities and pastoral views. Also, up-to-date townhomes and luxury condominiums offer easy living.
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Data last updated: Wednesday, August 16th, 2017
Only time will tell what tomorrow holds for Morgantown. However, you only have to look to the other major eastbound Pennsylvania Turnpike interchanges for a forecast of the future.
The Turnpike and Interstate 76 transformed the King of Prussia area into the place to be. Then, the growth came to Downingtown, where Route 100 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike meet. And the next stop going west along the turnpike? It’s Morgantown, and that foreshadows future growth and, perhaps, rising home values.
Lower Your Cost of Living in Morgantown
You’ll love Morgantown because real estate and taxes are more affordable than for homes closer to Philadelphia, so you can raise your standard of living.
Commuting in Morgantown
From Morgantown, the Turnpike gives you easy access to Downingtown, King of Prussia and Lancaster. Hop on the Morgantown Expressway, Interstate 176, and you’ll be in Reading in twenty minutes. In fact, 65% of commuters in Morgantown spend less than 25 minutes on the road.
Schools in the Morgantown Area
Morgantown Explorations and Excursions
After you settle in to Morgantown, you’ll have time to explore. Visit French Creek State Park for a summer picnic, hike the trails, and canoe or fish on the lake. Explore adjacent Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, a restored historic community, complete with the iron furnace it operated from 1771 to 1883. Also, enjoy a trip to the Morgantown Farmer’s Market, where more than thirty farmers offer fresh produce.
Let your wanderlust lead you to Lancaster County where many of the Pennsylvania Dutch live without today’s conveniences. Sample their wares—handcrafted furniture, homegrown produce, handmade quilts and more. Watch as draft horses pull old-fashioned plows through the fields.
Or, if your passion is discovering the best deals, check out Lancaster’s array of shopping outlets.