Tannerie Wood is a townhouse community located in Upper Dublin Township, in the northern suburbs of Philadelphia. Our development has a variety of different home designs and property sizes to suit the varied needs of our homeowners. The homes are spacious and in very good condition. Properties are owner maintained – a casual walk around the neighborhood reveals the creative talents of our resident gardeners. And don't worry about walking on Honey Run Road – it's not a throughway. We're just a five minute drive from the Pennsylvania Turnpike, so Tannerie Wood is conveniently close to most Philadelphia attractions. Check out the About page for more information about our community.
Tannerie Wood Email Group
Pete McManus has created a group e-mail list for our community. Join the group and participate in e-mail discussions on the issues of our community! This could include discussion of contractors, Upper Dublin events, community get-togethers, etc.
After you’ve joined the group, you can send an e-mail message to firstname.lastname@example.org. The message will then be sent to all the other members of the group.
For more information and instructions on how to join click here.
Sherwin-Williams Has Moved
The Sherwin Williams store has moved from Ambler to Spring House.
They are now located in the shopping center across from the Lower Gwynedd Township Building. The address is: 1121 N. Bethlehem Pike. 215-646-8840.
Lateral Water Line: $10/year for Peace of Mind!
A board member recently had major problems with her water supply. She found that there was a leak in the "Lateral" water line, which is the pipe that brings water from the curb to the house. She learned that the Lateral is the responsibility of the homeowner.
Be on the Lookout for Gas Leaks!
Carole Witt reported this regarding a gas leak at her house:
Make Sure Your Washing Machine Doesn't Leak!!!
Many Tannerie Wood homes have their washing machines on the second floor. This is a huge convenience, but it also presents a big risk that the washing machine will leak and flood the house. It is important to take precautionary steps!
In the second August 2006 Board meeting, the Board discussed the difficulties in finding good contractors for the various home improvement projects of Tannerie Wood homeowners. Although the Board cannot make contractor recommendations, individual homeowners can. Thus was born a new page on this website: Contractors, a forum for homeowners to share their experiences with particular contractors and projects. A link to the new webpage can always be found on this website's main menu (above).
This page last modified 9/27/14.
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