Friday, February 8, 2013
A 13-acre "gentleman's farm" in Lower Saucon Township is listed for sale at $1.25 million.
Friday, February 8
Also known as the home of Noah's World, a 13-acre gentleman's farm at 2583 Black River Road, Lower Saucon Township, is located "midway up a gentle hill, overlooking Black River Creek and Snow Swan Pond," according to a current AOL Real Estate listing. And with an asking price of $1.25 million, it is also one of the Saucon Valley School District's priciest properties. The property is anchored by a circa-1800 bank barn and a five-bedroom, three-bathroom main house that was built of local stone in 1978 to resemble a Colonial Era "estate home," according to the listing. Other noteworthy features include: The property is listed by Gregory J. Case and brokered by RE/MAX Central. For additional information, or to request a showing, call 610-791-…
Thursday, January 10, 2013
This home in Lower Saucon Township is one of the most expensive homes currently for sale in the 18015 zip code.
- REAL ESTATE
Thursday, January 10
A $1.33 million "estate home" for sale at 1785 Old Mill Road, Lower Saucon Township is located near the Saucon Creek and "amongst others of its grandeur," according to an AOL Real Estate listing for the property. Situated on a 3.64 acre lot, the home offers 8,200 square feet of living space, including five bedrooms and seven bathrooms. Although it was custom-built in 2006, the home was never occupied according to the listing, which is presented by Gregory J. Case. "This is an opportunity for the right buyer to be able to acquire a fabulous home for a phenomenal price and put their own personal stamp on the finishing touches," according to the listing. The property is brokered by Re/Max 440 & Central.
Wednesday, August 22, 2012
The data is part of "How America Gives," a recently published report about American philanthropy at the neighborhood level.
Do you think your neighborhood is especially generous? About average? Undeniably stingy? Most people would not classify themselves according to the last category, but that's part of the reason the report "How America Gives" was recently published by The Chronicle of Philanthropy. The data in the report is from a comprehensive study the publication conducted by zip code and income level in every municipality in the U.S., according to The Chronicle's website. "The study is based on exact dollar amounts released by the Internal Revenue Service showing the value of charitable deductions claimed by American taxpayers," the article 'How The Chronicle Compiled Its Look at Giving Across America' says. According to the data in the report, the 18055…