Mohnton sits south, southwest of the Shillington Borough and Cumru Township areas. It lies farther from the Reading metro area, and part of its southerly area represents more spacious, open communities. Mohnton also resides in one of Berks County’s many great school districts.
Many homes in Mohnton represent some of the loveliest Berks County homes with acreage in this Reading, Pennsylvania suburban region. Depending on the acreage and square footage of the homes for sale in Mohnton, prices range from about $200,000 – $500,000 +. Some of these higher end Mohnton luxury homes have 3000 + square feet of living space. Stonehill, The Vineyards and Chestnut Hill Farm, for example, show off some of Mohnton’s most luxurious homes. If you are looking for a quaint community check out Northridge. The community has approximately 206 homes. Most of them were custom built and perch over 600 feet above sea level. This elevation makes for some beautiful views. The homes are priced from $200,000 to over $500,000. The lot sizes are under one acre.
Although, elsewhere in this southern area of Mohnton PA, lovely homes with many acres can be found around the $200 – $300,000 price range. Closer to Shillington and Cumru Townships, Mohnton PA houses represent some of the best examples of Berks County homes in lovely communities available at quite affordable pricing. In fact, these Mohnton PA properties consist in large part of single family homes on smaller lots or acreage but very close to schools and amenities.
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More About Mohnton PA (Also Includes Parts of Cumru Township)
The Mohnton area got its name from men with the last name of Mohn, who began stores, a post office, waterworks and other establishments during the 1800′s and 1900′s. Much of the industry developed in the area stemmed from the Reading Railroad’s beginnings. Much of the development of Mohnton PA also stems from the Wyomissing Creek. The Creek’s 16 dams at one time powered a variety of industry.
Attractions in the area include not only the relaxed, open landscape where much of Mohnton real estate listings reside, but also a golf course and parks. Ledgerock Golf Club represents, an 18-hole regulation length golf course in Mohnton, Pennsylvania. It has a championship layout for all skill sets of golf.
Nolde Forest History: When hosiery baron Jacob Nolde acquired this area in the early 1900s, a single white pine grew amid meadow vegetation. Inspired by this tree, the German-born Nolde hired an Austrian forester to create a coniferous forest. As the plantations grew they formed a “luxury forest,” a source of family pleasure and pride.
In 1926, Hans Nolde, a son of Jacob, initiated work on the Tudor-style mansion. When this year-round home was finished, it overlooked the sawmill pond and the lights of Reading.
The Nolde Forest continues to provide outdoor opportunities for visitors. The Commonwealth purchased the property in the late 1960s with Project 70 funds. The bond issued Project 500 provided the funds necessary for the center’s development. In 1970, federal program grants and the Berks County Intermediate Unit helped establish Nolde Forest as the first environmental education center operated by the Bureau of State Parks.
Since the center’s conception, the Bureau has maintained an enduring commitment to environmental education and interpretation. Today, the Bureau operates four environmental education centers and provides many seasonal programs across the Commonwealth.
In 2002 the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation undertook one of the largest highway projects in Berks County History. They extended Route 222 from Wyomissing to Lancaster, PA. They installed a clover leaf right at the Mohnton exit. This makes the areas even more convenient. You can be in Lancaster in about 25 minutes and in Wyomissing in just 10 minutes.
Bathrooms: 5 full | 2 partial
Sq. Ft.: 9,569
Bathrooms: 3 full | 1 partial
Sq. Ft.: 4,262
Sq. Ft.: 3,972
Bathrooms: 3 full | 2 partial
Sq. Ft.: 3,949
Bathrooms: 3 full | 2 partial
Sq. Ft.: 5,266
Bathrooms: 2 full | 2 partial
Sq. Ft.: 3,259
Bathrooms: 4 full | 1 partial
Sq. Ft.: 4,804
Sq. Ft.: 3,342
Bathrooms: 2 full | 1 partial
Sq. Ft.: 2,800
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TReND data last updated at May 19, 2013 4:33 PM ET