- Price Range
- High $100s - Low $200s
- Home Types
- Number of Homes
- New / Resale
- New And Resale Homes
- Age Restrictions
- Construction Dates
- 2005 - Present
- Leading Edge Development Group
Manatawny Village Overview
Manatawny Village in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, is a 55+ community in Montgomery County. Developed specifically for today's active adult homebuyer, this cozy community will include a charming clubhouse complete with amenities for both socially and physically minded active adults. Whether looking for a permanent low-maintenance home for retirement or an easy lock and leave residence, you'll be sure to find a new or resale home that meets your needs.
Manatawny Village Amenities
Manatawny Village has plans to build a community clubhouse that's exclusively available to its residents. This will be a great location to host holiday parties, meet for a game of cards, or create a club based on common interests and hobbies. The paved sidewalks along the community's landscaped grounds are great ways to get out and meet neighbors while enjoying the peaceful panoramic views.
Manatawny Village Homes & Real Estate
Construction of this active adult community started in 2005 and the developer plans to have 153 homes upon completion. Homebuyers can select one of three floor plans offered within Manatawny Village. All are available as attached residences with two bedrooms, one-and-a-half or two bathrooms, and an attached garage. Ranging from 1,056 to 1,948 square feet, additional features include basements and lofted second levels that can include extra entertaining or living spaces for guests.
Manatawny Village Lifestyle
Residents of this neighborhood for adults aged 55 and better enjoy living in a tight-knit community that encourages lifelong friendships with those who share the same carefree lifestyles. The reasonable homeowners association (HOA) fee is collected on a monthly basis and covers all lawn and landscaping maintenance, all snow removal up to your door, and exterior building maintenance like roof and siding repair. This truly maintenance-free homeownership allows residents more time to explore new hobbies and revisit old pastimes.
Manatawny Village is near shopping, hospitals, and major roadways in Pottstown, Pennsylvania. Homebuyers are less than ten minutes away from the Pottstown Area Senior Center. Here active adults aged 50 and better participate in a variety of classes, clubs, and events for a low membership fee.
Whether exploring one of the dozen parks, hiking the Schuylkill River Trail or visiting the historic Pottsgrove Manor, this area offers plenty of recreational opportunities during the summer. Easy access to major roadways and a five-minute drive to Wal-Mart means Manatawny Village's residents never have to travel far for daily conveniences.
Available Models & Floor Plans
Attached HomesPrice RangeHigh $100s - Low $200s
There are three attached home models that offer first-floor living and low-maintenance exteriors. Homebuyers can select from three floor plans that range in size from 1,056 to 1,948 square feet. These homes typically have two bedrooms, one-and-a-half or two bathrooms, and an attached one or two-car garage. Additional features can include basements or lofted second levels which can add extra space for guests.
Manatawny Village Amenities
Manatawny Village will feature a community clubhouse in the future.
- Clubhouse - 2,400 Sq. Ft.
Manatawny Village Clubs, Groups, Activities & Classes
Check back soon for more information on the lifestyle in Manatawny Village.
Manatawny Village Reviews (2)
Pros: The development is quite lovely. The landscapers do a nice job with plants, flowers, trees. The homes, while cookie-cutter, are clean and attractive. The neighbors are kind and friendly, and people are out and about in good weather, so it feels at least a little like a community. The location is good. The design of the house we purchased is almost perfect for our family. The master bedroom is spacious and features its own bathroom and walk-in closet. The other bedroom and bath are smaller—more like guest spaces. My brother and I share the second bedroom and bath and we do ok. (I’m the primary caregiver for my brother and parents, all of whom have significant disabilities.) The kitchen/dining room is spacious and has loads of storage cabinets. It’s nice not to have to worry about groundskeeping and snow removal. I myself love the porch and patio and find myself sitting outside as much as I can in good weather; it’s very peaceful.
Cons: Ther builders seemed to be in a hurry to complete our home, so there are MANY aesthetic issues with the house—interior and exterior. We have cracks and paint drips on the walls, cracks on seems in drywall, nail pops, ceilings that aren’t level, paint that melts when exposed to moisture (so it can’t be cleaned without wiping down to drywall), shower stalls pulling away from walls, toilets that come loose from their brackets in the floor, lawns that consist of rocks and mud and weeds, warped siding, and the list goes on. In addition, the developers installed cheap appliances and fixtures, many of which began working poorly within a few months of moving in. When we contacted the developers, the contact person was friendly and promised to take care of our requests, but they never did. A year later, all but 1 job is left undone. The contact person even claimed that she sent repair people to help but that we didn’t let them in when they came. No one in my family is aware of ANY attempt by repair people to enter the house; no appointments were made with us, we had no contact with any repair people, and we received no word from repair people after the fact that anyone had tried to see the house. It seemed odd; she brought it up repeatedly when I reminded her that none of our requests had been resolved, and it felt like it was an attempt to shift the blame to me and my family. But I could be wrong.
If I had it to do over again, I would have been VERY picky in the walk-through, documenting EVERY problem, and I would have demanded that all fixes be implemented in 30 days. If not, I would have paid for them myself and demanded reinbursement—then sued if that failed.
Just be careful if you buy here. There are definite upsides. But there are problems like the ones I mentioned above. There are mysterious issues involving the developers and builders—the promised clubhouse is 90% complete and sitting empty a year later because of some unresolved conflict. It seems to me that something is going on, and it’s not good; lots of the residents have concerns similar to mine, and some are feeling upset about the lack of action from the people who are supposed to be taking care of these things.
If you know how to handle these kinds of difficulties, great. If not, you might do better elsewhere.
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