When it comes to living the good life, Legacy at Morgan Hill has you covered. Aside from owning a luxury home built to your specifications, you’ll enjoy a great neighborhood with lots of area attractions. When you feel like dining out, you’ll not have far to go to embrace the gourmet lifestyle with fine dining options near Morgan Hill. It’s just one of the things that makes having a classic home in Easton unique.
If you love the idea of maintenance-free living that townhome living offers—but don’t want to settle for cramped quarters—The Melrose at Legacy at Morgan Hill could be just what you’re looking for. With 2,500 square feet of living space, this beautiful luxury townhome gives you plenty of room to spread out. The master bedroom on the main level even offers a walk-in-closet and a regular closet to ensure plenty of space for personal items. The open design of the kitchen enhances the sense of space and leads into a large family room, and a bright sunroom—which is the perfect space for an additional dining area. Attached to the sunroom is a deck so you can enjoy space both inside and outside your home. And the main level includes a powder room and laundry room for added convenience.
Summer may be winding down, but there is still time for some great golf in the Easton area. Cooler temperatures make playing Pennsylvania’s gorgeous courses that much more enjoyable. There are plenty from which to choose, but we’d like to highlight two of them for your September golfing enjoyment.
There are a lot of great places to eat in and around Easton. But when it comes to a a pub where you can hang out with friends, there’s one place that tops the list for us: Porter’s Pub, just 2 minutes drive from Center Square or a quick 5-minute walk from The Easton State Theatre. Porter’s is open 7 days a week from 11am to 2am and has been Easton’s “Publick House” for 25 years.
There is a lot to like about Williams Township, Pennsylvania—and Legacy at Morgan Hill in particular. This private, gated, adult (46+) community overlooking the Lehigh Valley in Easton Pennsylvania offers incredible views of both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
When you’re considering purchasing a home in the New Jersey area, one of the decisions you face is whether to build a new home or purchase an existing home. Like so many choices you face when making this kind of purchase, one size doesn’t fit all.
If you’re considering buying a new home in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, Tesla may not be the first name that pops into your mind. That may change in the future.
You’ve heard it before: “All good things come to those who wait.” And when it comes to buying a new home, you know you don’t want to rush into anything. Making a purchase of this magnitude requires patience and thoughtful planning.
One of the great pleasures of moving into a new home is being able to invite family and friends over to enjoy it. Let’s be honest, it’s kind of fun to show off your new digs to people you enjoy being around!