Mark Shanaman


MORGANTOWN PA 19543 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 MORGANTOWN PA 19543, you will 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 MORGANTOWN PA real estate agent representing your needs! 


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QUICK FACTS:  Did you know?

Caernarvon Township officially dates back to 1752, the same year Berks County was established. There is some confusion as to the origin of the two separate Caernarvon Townships, the other being in adjacent Lancaster County. Possibly the Townships existed as one before the county lines were drawn up, and were divided to accommodate county delineation. In that case, Township origins can be traced back to 1729, the year Lancaster County was established.


Morgantown, the Village within Caernarvon Township, was named after Colonel Jacob Morgan, who laid out the town around 1770. His father, Thomas, had been a native of Wales, a captain in the French and Indian War, and owner of a large tract of choice land in Caernarvon Township.  Jacob Morgan, a Philadelphia merchant, settled in this area around 1765, building a large stone house, which still stands on Hartz Road between Mineview Drive and Shiloh Road. It is rumored to have housed George Washington during a brief overnight visit. The house has been restored by its owners.



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