Creek View

493 Potatoe Road, Carlisle, Pennsylvania   17015



Family Owned 55+ Community in Pastoral South Central Pennsylvania Has Attactive Manufactured Homes and a Quiet Way of Life

Located in Cumberland County, an agricultural region in bucolic south central Pennsylvania, Carlisle is considered an exurb of Harrisburg, the state capital.  It is also the tranquil setting for Creek View, a 55+ land lease, manufactured home development with pretty views.  



Creek View was the brain child of Larry Neidlinger, a local engineer and surveyor.  He and his family envisioned a hassle-free retirement community in a country setting and started Creek View in 2004.  Building continues today with plans for 305 homes across 120 rolling acres.   Community streets are paved and lined with street lights, and as in many new manufactured housing developments, distinguishing Creek View's manufactured homes from site built homes is difficult.    The residences are ranch ramblers, and each has an attached, insulated garage, a driveway, a covered front porch, a lawn and an outdoor storage shed.  Exteriors are low maintenance vinyl, and in some cases, they have stone accents.   Ten models with a variety of floor plans are available, and sizes range from approximately 1,200 square feet to nearly 1,800 square feet.  Each home has two to three bedrooms and two baths. 


Prices begin in the low- to low-$100,000s. Water, trash and sewage are included in the monthly lot fee.   Check with a real estate agent to verify these prices as they may change.

Amenities include a pond, a walking trail along Conodoguinet Creek, a gazebo and a 2,100 square foot clubhouse.  The Grand Pavilion is the place for for BBQ and picnics.   Parking for RVs is available.

Carlisle dates from 1715, and its attractive town core is a National Historic District.  Most of the downtown buildings date from the late-18th century and early- to mid-19th century.    Federal and Victorian architectural styles are common in both residential and commercial areas.  The U.S. Army War College, the U.S. Army Military Heritage Museum, Dickinson College and Penn State Dickinson School of Law are all located in Carlisle.

Carlisle Regional Medical Center is here, too, and it is accredited by the Joint Commission. 

This area has summer temperatures in the 70s, 80s and 90s and winter temperatures in the 20s and 30s.  On average, Carlisle receives 42 inches of rain and 34 inches of snow per year.  Skies are often overcast.


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