Five Points, Berks County, Pennsylvania

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Five Points, Berks County, Pennsylvania is a small village in Hereford Township located on the Perkiomen Creek near the boundary with Lehigh County. It is named for the intersection of Deer Hill, Five Points, Sigmund, Township, and Weaver Roads. The village of Hereford is located less than two miles to the SE. It is split between the ZIP codes of Barto 19504, Macungie 18062, and Zionsville 18092. [1]

There are at least two other places in Berks County named Five Points. One is in Rockland Township and the other is in Alsace and Exeter Townships.

Coordinates: 40°21′43″N 75°50′06″W / 40.362°N 75.835°W / 40.362; -75.835