WARWICK TOWNSHIP, Pa. - Historic records show the Leib home in Warwick Township, Lancaster County was built in 1810 by a Revolutionary War veteran for his daughter. It is one of the oldest homes in the Township. It was nearly demolished so the 55-plus development, Traditions of America, could expand.
Traditions of America looked to find another solution. Since the development is 55-plus it would difficult to sell the home and turning it into a clubhouse was not feasible. Developers, Reid and Whit Buckwalter, agreed to pay to move the home 800 feet onto their property. The property is being turned into a 70 home development, called Lititz Bend, that does not have an age requirement.