Mark Shanaman


Temple PA 19560 Real Estate and Homes for Sale in Berks County.

When you choose a RE/MAX Associate to sell your home or help you purchase a new home in TEMPLE PA 19560, you''''ll experience a whole new level of personal service.  Whether you are buying a home new home, land for sale, selling a home or condo, looking for a rental property on MLS, flipping houses or looking for a real estate agent, hiring someone like me who will make sure you get the very best qualified TEMPLE PA real estate agent representing your needs! 

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QUICK FACTS:  Did you know?

South Temple was started by a local developer by the name of Sharp, as a "Restricted Residential Community" with distinctive custom-built homes targeted at the emerging upper-middle class. The houses that Sharp built are known for their wonderful curb appeal and architectural character. One of his houses along 7th Avenue even won a design award. Most of the houses are modest in size and have a Craftsman Bungalow style to them, which is distinctive of the 1920s. Some houses are more notable, including five U-shaped duplex houses that are almost Mediterranean in style. During World War II, development was halted (a nationwide reality) and Sharp moved on to other projects, leaving many lots still open for development, particularly on the southern end of the town. In the 1950s, a builder by the name of Sheidy finished developing the area. Sheidy''''s homes are characterized as modest red-brick Cape Cods (see Cape Cod (house). Ironically, it was Sheidy (not Sharp) that built the homes along Sharp Avenue.

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