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The Pierce: 3 bedrooms, 2. 5 bathrooms & 2,681 sq. ft.
The Landon: 3 bedrooms, 2. 5 bathrooms & 2,870 sq. ft.
• Beautiful community and area parks, extensive trail system
& plenty of open space
• Access to swimming, exercise facilities, tennis courts & more
• Dog park, community garden plots, sport courts & play areas
• Convenient to major commuting routes & Dulles
44231 Mimosa Grove Sq. Leesburg, VA 20176
(571) 291-2098 | Shelly.Perry@CamberleyHomes.com
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Irene and Allen Leslie • Bethlehem, PA
Irene and Allen Leslie raised their family in New York City. Allen
was an economist on Wall Street most of his career, and Irene worked
raising their four sons who are now starting families of their own.
Now that they’re in Bethlehem, they’re about an hour and a half
from two of their sons and their two grandchildren. Bethlehem is part
of the bustling Lehigh Valley, nestled between Blue Mountain and
South Mountain and with Lehigh River running through it.
“Bethlehem is just such a quaint town,” Irene says. “There are all
kinds of restaurants and specialty shops. It has a brewery, some great
wine shops and a really great little bookstore.
“There are so many reasons to love it here, but a big draw for us is
all of the cultural and educational opportunities that are here because
of all the universities and colleges in the area. There’s always some-
thing going on that’s somehow connected to the universities,” Irene
says. “There are so many non-credit courses right here in Bethlehem
at Northampton Community College.”
Irene and Allen arrived at Bridle Path less than two months ago,
and they’re already a part of the community. They weren’t shy about
getting involved. The couple joined a book club and a Friday happy
hour club, and they even started a wine club and an all-men’s club,
formed by Allen, called the ROMEOs—Retired Old Men Eating Out.
Leslie says that they’ve found their home in Pennsylvania, and she
can’t wait to explore it. I-L