Charlestowne is a residential subdivision of townhomes and detached, single family homes built by James Lewis and Sal Lapio circa 1991-1992.
Interior living space ranges from approximately 1,800 to 2,800 sq. ft. with a median of approximately 2,300 sq. ft. Lots range from approximately one-fifth to more than two-thirds of an acre, with a median of slightly less than one-third of an acre.
Access to the Charlestowne neighborhood is from Old Forty Foot Road onto Old Dutch Road or Saratoga Lane; from Rittenhouse Road off Forty Foot onto various streets.
Also known as Charlestowne, are the townhomes built by Sal Lapio circa 1991. These residences range from approximately 1,400 to more than 1,800 sq. ft. with a median of approximately 1,700 sq. ft.
Access to the townhome section is from Rittenhouse Road or Old Morris Road onto Kareve Drive.
Nearby is the Lansdale Interchange of the PA Turnpike Northeast extension.
School District: North Penn
Models / Floorplans: Singles: Audobon, Breckenridge, Darlington, Denbeigh, Lafayette, Larchmont, Laurel, Oakhurst; Townhomes: Auburn, Bridgeton, Brighton, Durham, Hampton, Lynwood, Wentworth