Homes for Sale in Northampton

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Northampton County lies in between the Lehigh and Delaware Rivers and offers stunning views of the sprawling countryside. Calling Northampton, PA, your home means occupying prime real estate in this unique and breathtaking area. Rich in history, loaded with activities and begging to be experienced, there are plenty of reasons Northampton needs to be at the top of your shortlist of places to live.

Close Enough to Everything

Northampton is located close enough to all things outdoors, including all the best river activities. Many career-minded professionals love the relaxing, backyard atmosphere because of the short commutes to work. Take the Battle of the Bulge Veterans Memorial Hwy and be in Allentown in under 20 minutes. See the sites in Philadelphia via I-476 S, with an easy hour and a half drive. The average home in this historic town is about $165,000, and the real estate market is booming. 

Things to Do in Northampton, PA

Northampton County and the Lehigh Valley, in general, is a hub for some of the finest golf courses and country clubs. Visit one of the many recreational parks in the town of Northampton, including Wayne A. Grube Memorial Park and Canal Street Park. Take Fido to burn off a little energy at the Allen Township Dog Park or venture a little further out and explore the Northampton & Bath Railroad Bike Path. Take in a movie or live show at the Roxy Theatre. The Tri-Boro Sportsmen Club is another popular venue for gatherings, events, or just a relaxing place to grab a pint or a bit to eat. It also offers fishing and camping adventures.

What Current Residents Love About the Area

Don’t take our word for it. Exploring some of the reviews and sentiments of Northampton residents, it’s easy to see why it’s such a popular place to live. 

  • “What a great place to raise a new family and be close to bigger cities and shopping.”
  • “Everything you could want is 15 minutes away!”
  • “The German department in the schools is absolutely fantastic!”
  • “There are many cute shops on Main Street that are fun to shop.”
  • “The Jack Frost Parade in October is always fun!”

Families can send their students to one of many schools within the Northampton School District. Get in touch with the offices of Northampton Area High School, Northampton Area Middle School, George Wolf Elementary School, Lehigh Elementary School, Moore Elementary School, Col. John Siegfried Elementary, or Franklin Elementary to learn more about the robust curriculum and athletic programs.

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Homes for Sale in Northampton

Located in Northampton County and part of the Lehigh Valley region, Northampton is a desirable slice of eastern Pennsylvania. Less than 10 miles from Allentown and 15 miles west of Easton, homes for sale in Northampton are quickly becoming some of the most desirable real estate in the area for its 10,000 or so residents. Those from neighboring cities love the area's slow pace and affordable Northampton real estate, and you're still just a few hours away from the major East Coast cities if you ever want to dial up the culture.

A Brief History of Northampton

Originally established due to the rich limestone concentration in the area, Northampton was home to the largest cement company in the world at one time: the Atlas Portland Cement Company. Founded in 1895, the company still existed as recently as 1982, and was a major contributor in the construction of the Panama Canal, producing 8 million barrels of cement for the effort. The last smokestacks were demolished in 1993, and today there's a museum that commemorates the company and its role in the region.

Proximity to Nearby Cities

But what brings many people to the area today is that homes for sale in Northampton, PA are more affordable than homes in nearby cities, with a charm that you just can't find in a more urban area. In just a few hours, you can be in the heart of an urban center, catching a show or sitting down for a great meal, but when you're done you can return to the retreat of your Northampton, PA real estate.

Retail & Food

However, it's not like Northampton lacks the basic culture and nightlife you'd expect. There are plenty of great restaurants, shops and things to do in the area, and if you ever want more there are many big cities within driving distance. There are also regional state parks and plenty of nature to experience in this region, which is something that's hard to get when you're in the middle of an urban center.

Northampton, PA welcomes you! If you would like more information on any of these Northampton real estate listings, contact us! And, if you haven't already, be sure to register for a free account so that you can receive email alerts whenever houses for sale in Northampton come on the market.