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Conrad Weiser School District Homes For Sale

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Conrad Weiser School District Homes For Sale Area School District serves the zip codes 19565, 19551, and 19567. The school system is excellent and the community is a great place for families looking to settle down. Whether you are looking for condos in Wernersville, single-family homes in Womelsdorf, or real estate in Robesonia, you can rest assured that your children will be getting the best education.

Named after Conrad Weiser, an early Pennsylvania settler who acted as a liaison between colonial settlers and the Iroquois nation and was responsible for founding Reading, PA, and Berks County, the district is filled with historical sites and beautiful homes. These historical sites include the Conrad Weiser Homestead, a museum built to commemorate the life of Conrad Weiser and to educate visitors about one of our nation’s most prominent settlers. North and South Heidelberg Township are especially desirable when it comes to single-family homes. Homes in North and South Heidelberg Township range from under $100,000 all the way up to multi-million dollar homes. Within the Conrad Weiser area, there are a wide variety of real estate options to fit every family’s needs and budgets. From small apartments to sprawling mansions, the real estate market in the Conrad Weiser School District has something for everyone. The Conrad Weiser School District borders Lancaster County to the southwest and is less than a 10-minute drive to the Wyomissing & Spring Township areas. The area is bordered by majestic mountains to the north and south. The area is rich with natural beauty and the rural countryside is filled with charming 18th century stone cottages and impressive traditional farms. The main route is 422 business which winds you through Wernersville, Robesonia, and Womelsdorf. If you want a taste of Berks County this is a trip worth the time.

To learn more about the history of Conrad Weiser click HERE.

Jeffrey C. Hogue, Realtor