Laurel Hill - 34 Residential Lots

50 9th St Easton, PA 18042

Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Last Verified:
Jun 14, 2019


  • 34 lots ready for development
  • Public water, sewer and gas hook-ups available
  • Plans approved for 32 townhomes and 2 duplexes
  • Average of 2,000 SF per unit with 2 off-street parking spaces per unit
  • Stormwater permit in place


Located in West Easton Borough, Laurel Hill is a 34 lot subdivision comprising 32 townhomes and 2 duplexes. Public gas, water and sewer hook-ups are available. Plans are approved and recorded for one 3-unit townhouse, three 4-unit townhouses, three 5-unit townhouses and two duplexes.

Laurel Hill is located in West Easton Borough and just minutes from Freemansburg Ave, 25th St, Route 22 and Route 78, providing easy access to major routes for commutes to the Lehigh Valley, New Jersey and New York. Located in Wilson Area School District, with the High School just minutes away.
Nearby Downtown Easton -- the Northampton county seat -- is a thriving arts and cultural center featuring The State Theater, Lafayette College, Crayola Experience, art galleries, museums, bars/restaurants, varied retail stores and parks. The region offers top-notch healthcare facilities, a rapidly expanding growing business community and various opportunities for employment.

Lot Size: 3.49 acres

Map of 50 9th St, Easton, PA, 18042

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