A new development in the Cornwall-Lebanon School District is in the works that will provide additional housing options for Lebanon County residents.

Landmark is currently designing and building Cornwall Junction. (Joshua Groh)
Cornwall Junction will join Cornwall Manor as another development in Cornwall. (Joshua Groh)
Cornwall Junction will occupy a prime location along the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail, with the Root Beer Barrel a unique attraction visible towards the center of this recent photo. (Joshua Groh)

According to the Landmark Homes‘ website, Cornwall Junction will have 37 homesites with award-winning one- and two-story designs with the option of first-floor owner’s suites. The homesites will each have at least 1/3 acre of land.

The development will be situated near the Lebanon Expo Center, the Lebanon Valley Rails to Trails, and Mount Gretna Lake. Educational amenities for its residents include the Cornwall-Lebanon School District and Lebanon Valley College.

A map of the Cornwall Junction property. (Provided photo)
More information about Cornwall Junction. (Provided photo)

Landmark Homes designs and builds new houses and developments in the southcentral Pennsylvania area. Landmark Homes did not provide any further information on the developments or building timeline in response to LebTown requests.

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Lexi Gonzalez has worked as a reporter with LebTown since 2020. She is a Lancaster native and became acquainted with Lebanon while she earned her bachelor's degree at Lebanon Valley College.