Christman Lake

Pennsylvania

Christman Lake, Pennsylvania

The Christman Lake real estate market is a beautiful, but lesser known, marketplace for lake property in Pennsylvania.

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    • Counties: Berks County
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    About Christman Lake
    A Short Drive from Shops and Restaurants

    Christman Lake is part of Blue Heron Village, a fifty-five and older community located six miles east of Hamburg, Penns.

    Hamburg is a convenient location, offering schools, shops, restaurants, a Walmart Supercenter, and much more.

    Reading Hospital is located 21 miles south in Reading, Pennsylvania. The Philadelphia International Airport is approximately 80 miles south in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

    A Simple Life on the Lake

    The Blue Heron Village sits on the shore of Christman Lake, a calm and pristine body of water spanning 24 acres.

    The long, slim expanse offers a variety of lake activities, including kayaking, canoeing, paddleboarding, fishing, and swimming.

    It is a beautiful setting for sipping coffee, birdwatching, or stargazing. You are likely to spot turtles, ducks, geese, and herons.

    What the Nearby Area Has to Offer

    Setter Ridge Vineyards, located a few miles east of the community, hosts fun events such as Wine & Music, Friday Night Happy Hour, goat yoga, Senior Citizen Days, and other fun gatherings.

    The Pulpit Rock and Pinnacle Loop is a popular hiking trail that features views of Lehigh Valley and surrounding ridges.

    Lenhartsville offers excellent dining options. Try out eateries like Dawns Deli, Deitsch Eck, and C.J. Hummels Restaurant.

    Fun in Philly

    Beyond its historical significance, Philadelphia has more than meets the eye. Visit the iconic Rocky statue. Built in honor of Sylvester Stallone’s “Rocky III,” this statue makes for a great photo opportunity.

    The Liberty Bell is a must-see historical destination, but the lesser-known Independence Hall bears similar significance. Independence Hall is where the Declaration of Independence was signed and the starting place for America’s Revolution against England.

    After a long day in the city, grab a bite to eat at the 127-year old Reading Terminal Market. Even if Philadelphia Cheesesteak isn’t your cup of tea, this market offers a variety of different cuisines. Don’t miss the Lincoln Financial Field, where the Philadelphia Eagles play every fall.

    Leisure on the Lake

    Purchase property on Christman Lake to live a life of leisure in the mountainous region of southeastern Pennsylvania.