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Allentown Area Homes For Sale and Recently Sold

According to the 2020 Census, Allentown is the fastest-growing city in Pennsylvania. Originally the area where Allentown is located was settled by the Native American Lenape tribe. Later it was deeded to the sons of William Penn. William Allen, the city’s namesake, purchased in 1735 a 5,000-acre tract that included the area now called Allentown. Liberty Bell was moved to Allentown from Philadelphia during the American Revolution for safekeeping. Things to do in Allentown range from the Allentown Fair, Dorney Park, and the Allentown Art Museum, home to the minor league Phantoms hockey team and the Iron Pigs minor league baseball team at Coca-Cola Park.