The Lehigh Valley offers the rustic charm of a rural community, with all of the culture and amenities of big city life. If you want to get away from the city for a weekend away or want to experience all that the valley has to offer, here are some of the standout events happening in the Lehigh Valley this summer.
Check out the Blueberry Festival
This year's Lehigh Valley Blueberry Festival will include live music, crafts, a wide range of activities for the whole family, and of c... read more
In June Philadelphia Energy Solutions made national headlines following a fire at the largest refinery on the east coast. The explosion produces a fireball so overwhelming that it registered on the National Weather Service’s infrared satellite and transformed the Southern Philadelphia skies into a bright orange glow.
The Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery on the Schuylkill waterfront is set to be decommissioned in late 2019, which may open up more than 1,400 acres of prime waterfront real estate. The refi... read more
Home is a place where you recharge, revitalize and regroup with not only your family and friends but yourself. There should be no day that is too stressful that an evening soaking in the tub with a glass of wine by your side can’t fix. If you are caught in the tangled web of driving the kids to school, bringing the 9-5 work grind home with you, perhaps the reason is your home isn’t meeting the requirements of what it means to be home. Home is a feeling; 4285 Kozy Korner Road exceeds the exp... read more
Coldwell Banker Hearthside is ecstatic to welcome Danielle Puchon to the team in our Huntingdon Valley office.
Danielle received her real estate education and certification from Schlicher Kratz. She also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice from Holy Family University. "Whether you are buying a home or selling one, the experience can be an emotional one for everyone involved. As a Coldwell Banker Hearthside Real Estate agent I am focused on building a relationship with you... read more
Bucks County Commissioners Approve Federal HUD Grants
The Bucks County Commission voted to approve a plan to distribute more than 3 million dollars in grants from the Department of Housing and Urban Development. These grants are provided to the county by HUD to help alleviate housing pressures. While low-income Bucks County residents and senior citizens are the primary beneficiaries, HUD projects often act to beautify and uplift communities through the economic benefits of new development and long-term housing sus... read more