Active adult homebuyers looking for an age-restricted and amenity-rich community located within a countryside setting in Central Pennsylvania should check out Alden Place in Lebanon, PA. This 55+ community offers new and resale homes that are reasonably priced, starting from the high $100s and going up to the low $400s, and come in a variety of styles and sizes.
Homes at Alden Place
Builder Alden Homes began construction of this active adult community in 2009 and plans to develop 505 attached and single-family homes upon completion. Alden Place is divided into two neighborhoods: Cornwall and Northgate, which are nestled on 270 acres of beautiful landscape.
The Cornwall neighborhood will have 445 single-family and attached villas and offers a land-lease-only agreement, while the Northgate neighborhood will have 60 single-family homes and offers full land ownership. Homebuyers can choose from seven distinct attached floor plans in the Cornwall section.
These villas range in size from 1,449 to 2,505 square feet and have one to three bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage. Cornwall also offers six single-family home designs that range in size from 1,545 to 2,353 square feet and have two or three bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.
Northgate offers seven beautiful single-family home designs that range in size from 1,702 to 2,473 square feet. These detached homes have two or three bedrooms, two to three-and-a-half bathrooms, and an attached two-car garage.
All homes in Alden Place have first-floor master suites and are Energy Star certified. They also offer distinctive features such as cathedral ceilings, spacious patios, inviting dining rooms, cozy hearths, stunning great rooms, and charming dens. A homeowners’ association fee takes care of the community’s upkeep as well as the exterior maintenance of all homes, allowing residents to have more time to pursue new hobbies and enjoy the laid back lifestyle that has made Alden Place such a popular active adult community.
At the heart of this 55-plus community is the 17,000 square-foot clubhouse where residents gather for social events, activities, and physical recreation. The clubhouse features a café, library, salon, and catering kitchen. Homeowners can mingle with friends around the billiards table or in the hobby and game room. There is also a ballroom for large community events. They can also maintain a health regimen by using the indoor pool or exercise room.
Outdoors, residents can fish in the tranquil lake or enjoy a scenic canoe ride. Walking and biking trails surround the neighborhood in addition to providing direct access to The Lebanon Valley Rail-Trail, a 12.5-mile picturesque walking path.
Alden Place is known for its vibrant social atmosphere. The community offers a calendar full of events and activities that keep homeowners engaged and entertained throughout the year. Some of the popular hobbies in Alden Place include arts and crafts, billiards, poker, book discussions, yoga, fishing, boating, lecture series, and bridge.
Residents also get together to go on fun shopping trips, day trips to casinos, and excursions to attend Broadway musicals. With so many things going on at Alden Place, residents don’t have a hard time finding something exciting happening in the community.
Ideally situated in the countryside of Central Pennsylvania, Alden Place in Lebanon offers retirees a peaceful and quiet active adult neighborhood setting. Residents have easy access to daily conveniences and attractions. Some of the popular local attractions include Cornwall Iron Furnace, Hershey Chocolate World, Hersheypark, Mt. Gretna, Hershey Theatre, and Alden Mansion.
The community is also within proximity to great medical facilities like Good Samaritan Hospital and Penn State Milton S. Hershey Medical Center. Residents also enjoy Alden Place’s central location near major cities such as New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Washington DC, which are all within driving distance. Alden Place has the homes, amenities, and tranquil setting to attract retirees to this 55+ community in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.