Heritage Hills, Washington Crossing PA
Heritage Hills is a townhome neighborhood reminiscent of Society Hill, built between 1987 and 1997 in Washington Crossing, and has 54 acres of permanent open space. The neighborhood is located off of Taylorsville Rd.1 mile from the Washington Crossing State Park. The neighborhood was started in 1987 by Patrick T . Frawley and Associates and included the following models: Ashburton, Brighton, Gladstone, Hamilton, Manchester models many of which have detached garages. For a while, the neighborhood was left incomplete until the 1990's when K. Hovnanian Companies took over and completed the neighborhood building the following models: Canterbury, Concord, Greenbriar, Hawthorne, Lexington, Rosewood, Williamsburg. The neighborhood is ideally located near I-95. The Heritage Hills association fee costs approximately $285 per month and pays for Common Area Maintenance, Trash Removal, Swim Fee, Tennis Courts, Play Ground. There is also a one time capital contribution due at settlement of approximately $1,000. Heritage Hills Website. Sol Feinstone Elementary, Newtown Middle School, & Council Rock High Shool North serve the Heritage Hills community. Map of Heritage Hills. Updated 09/22/17.
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