Wednesday, October 5, 2011

Historic Highlight: Athertyn Wins Two National Awards in the Best of 50+ Housing Competition

Vibrant fall foliage creates a spectacular scenic backdrop to Athertyn, where new homeowners are happily admiring the autumn leaves – not raking them!  Residents are savoring their first taste of freedom from yard work and home maintenance in this award-winning community in the heart of the Main Line.

A private residents' clubhouse is central to Athertyn's design, with a fitness center, executive style library and conference room, game room, club room with bar and billiards, and great room providing abundant options for socialization and recreation.  Outside, residents enjoy a tennis court, putting green, pool with spa, formal gardens, and community flower and vegetable gardens, as well as access to five miles of nature trails surrounded by more than 120 acres of preserved open space and 45 acres of township environmental and recreational areas.

Free yourself from the burden of home maintenance and enjoy the good life at Athertyn!

"We developed Athertyn in response to a demand for simplified, maintenance-free living on the Main Line, and our continued sales success reflects our buyers' excitement about the community," said Todd Pohlig.  "Many of our new homeowners find themselves relieved of the burden of home maintenance for the first time in a very long time, and Athertyn gives them every opportunity to enjoy their newfound freedom."

Situated in the 209-acre Haverford Reserve, Athertyn features environmentally friendly design in an extraordinary park side location, where natural storm water management systems and sensitive land development practices preserve the surrounding habitat.  The upscale condominium residences feature traditional Main Line architecture with steel and concrete construction, including natural brick, limestone, and stucco exteriors.  Inside, comfortably proportioned floor plans and abundant natural light contribute to energy conservation, while Energy Star appliances, Low-E glass windows, and high-efficiency heating and cooling systems further boost the homes’ efficiency rating while helping to reduce utility bills.

"Our customers are will informed about preservation and environmental issues", said Don Pohlig, a principal of the Pohlig organization.  "Athertyn appeals to buyers in part because it's built with green principles in mind by a builder that shares their commitment to sustainable, earth –friendly practices."

In 2009, the National Association of Homebuilders presented Pohlig with awards for Best Active Adult Community and Best Clubhouse.

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