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D2 • The Sentinel

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Help-U-Sell Detwiler Realty 655 Forge Road • Carlisle, PA 17015

(717) 241-6060


3936 Enola Rd.

• Farmette 20 acres • 3 Bedroom farmhouse • Large eat-in kitchen, living room, office/den, walk-up attic • Chicken coop and barn with electric • 6 Wire tinsel fencing for pasture areas • Zoned agriculture


1736 English Dr., Mechanicsburg

• Conveniently located townhome • 2 Bedroom, 1.5 bath • Open kitchen/dining area • Spacious bedrooms, neutral decor • 1-Car attached garage • Low association dues


7 Larch Dr.

• 1532 Sq/Ft • 3 Bedrooms, 3 baths • 2 Master bedroom suites • Full unfinished basement • 1-Car garage • Nice level lot


1115 Stratford Dr.

• Nicely updated traditional • 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 baths • Wood floors, family room with fireplace • Updated baths, furnace, roof and siding • 2-Car side entry garage • Full basement • Inground pool


121 Gill Hill Rd.


533 Springfield Rd.

• 4.05 Acres • Zoned Rural Residential - Close to Little Buffalo State Park • In ground pool, patio, deck with pool house • 4 Bedroom, 2 bath • Finished basement with 4th bedroom • Finished workshop/garage with apartment • Fenced in pasture area

• 2,208 sq/ft on 1.28 acres • 4 Bedroom, 3 bath A-frame • Zoned Agricultural (pending approval) • Detach 3-car garage with 2nd floor workshop • Nice backyard and mature trees • Big Spring School District













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815 Tamar Road, Mechanicsburg

• Spacious 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home • 1st floor in-law suite • Finished basement with 5 rooms • 3 car garage • Over 4,500 SF finished • CV Schools

602 Sand Bank Rd., Mt. Holly Springs

• 0.98 Acres • 1,680 sq/ft • 5 Bedroom/2.5 Baths • Lower level rec room • Lot with mature trees • South Middleton Schools



313 Equus Dr., Camp Hill Green Lane Manor

• 4-5 Bedrooms • 3 Full and 2 half baths • First floor master suite • Great room with gas fireplace • Formal dining room • 3-Car attached side-entry garage

637 N. Middle Rd.

• 3 Bedroom, 1 bath Ranch • 0.46 Acre lot • Central air • Full basement with exterior access • Country setting

455 Hollowbrook Dr., Carlisle

• 3 Bedroom, 2 bath Ranch • 1.23 Acres with mountain view • Detached 2-car plus 1 car integral garage • Fenced backyard with storage shed • New flooring, sunroom, deck, stamped concrete sidewalks • CV Schools

1210 Redwood Hills Cir., Carlisle

• Nice level 1.19 acre lot • 3,598 Sq. ft. • 4 Bedroom, 3.5 Bath + Bonus Room (660 SF) • Kitchen: Oak cabinetry, island, desk, SS appliances • Finished basement: family room, kitchen, full bath • Oversized 3-car garage, porch, deck, patio











4 Tunbridge Ln., Carlisle

120 S. Ridge Rd., Boiling Springs

315 E. Louther St., Carlisle

82 Linda Drive, Lot 20 Hodges Mobile Home Park

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1202 White Birch Ln., Walnut Court

• 2 Bedrooms • 2.5 Baths • 2-Car oversized detached garage • Family room with gas fireplace • $60 per month association fee

• Greenfield • 2 Bedroom • 2.5 Bath • 1-Car garage • First floor laundry • Living room with vaulted ceiling

• 3,235 Square feet • 5 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths • 10 Acres • First floor bedroom • Oversized 2-car garage • 780 sq/ft Detached garage/workshop • Cumberland Valley Schools • Beside Appalachian Trail

• 3 Bedrooms • 1 Bath • New paint • Gas heat • Private rear yard • Off street parking











51 Courtyard Dr.

• Courtyards of Carlisle • Spacious townhome • 2 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath • Open floor plan on 1st level • Natural gas heat, central air • One year home warranty


121 S. Lockwillow Ave., Harrisburg

• 3 Bedroom raised ranch • 2 Full baths • Lower level ready to finish • New flooring and paint • 8 Years new • 1-Car garage, deck, back yard

14 Deer Dr.

• Secluded • Bright & Open • Vaulted Dining/Living Rm Combo • TLC will go a Long Way • Fenced Back Yard • USDA Financing


1187 Greenfield Dr., Mechanicsburg

• 4 Bedrooms, 3 Baths • Cul-de-sac location • Full bath on 1st floor • 2-Car garage • 1.94 Acres • Cumberland Valley Schools


53 E. North St.

• 3 Bedrooms • 1.5 Baths • 1-Car detached garage • All brick • Gorgeous woodwork • Shows beautifully


103 Washington St.

• 1,612 sq. ft. • 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath • 0.09 acres • New carpet and laminate wood flooring • Gas heating • Steelton/Highspire Schools • Storage shed, Off street parking


• 2 Bedroom mobile home • 1 Bath with laundry • Covered patio • 2-car insulated garage • Updated eat-in kitchen • Newer replacement windows



216 Swatara Cir.

• Sprawling layout – Lots of efficiently used space • 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath • Vaulted ceiling, stone fireplace • Updated kitchen • Finished walkout basement • Heated 4-season room • Private fenced backyard


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Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Sentinel • D3

Bathroom organization styles that work smarter — not harder Organization is the key to a successful space saving bathroom Brandpoint

Hairdryers, toothbrushes, combs, hair brushes and picks. Shaving utensils, makeup, styling products and perfumes. The collection of grooming and beauty tools cluttering the bathroom vanity can quickly overwhelm everything, making the space unusable for guests and creating difficulty in finding the tools you need. The bathroom should be a functional room that works for you. It’s where you start and end your day, so you want

the space to give you energy and focus, not throw you off your routine because you can’t find what you need. This is the perfect time of year to get organized, so why not start in the bathroom? The first step is to consider the entire room space. Does the vanity, mirror or shelving unit provide the storage space and accessibility you need for all your grooming items? If not, it may be time to personalize your bathroom space to accommodate everyone who uses the room. Here are some ways to create a personalized and stylish bathroom: • Separate grooming areas — If you share a bathroom with someone who rises at the same time as you in the morning, it can quickly get congested in the room. Choosing a vanity with two sinks and related storage

space is one solution to create better space and prevent grooming tools from getting mixed up or lost. • The right fit — When incorporating a new vanity into your bath, it’s often difficult to find the right fit in size, style and functionality. You want a vanity that holds all the extra supplies needed in the bathroom — extra shampoo, clean towels, toilet paper and tissues — so they’re available for residents and guests alike. Plus you want something that matches the decor you already have in the room. Kohler’s Tailored Vanity Collection provides several size options, configurations and wood finishes as well as top materials in a variety of shapes and colors to perfectly blend into your bathroom style.

• Smart storage — Drawers and shelves in the vanity provide a great way to keep all your grooming tools within reach, and they can still be hidden away so guests can use the bathroom without seeing all of your clutter. Kohler’s Tailored Vanity Collection allows you to customize the look and use of your vanity, making it fit with your unique style. You can design the storage space with trays and dividers to best work for you. This also applies to the adjustable shelves, roll-out drawers and optional built-in electric outlets for the interior. Organization can be the key to a successful day. With all of these storage options in your bathroom, you’ll be able Brandpoint to find the grooming tool you need when you need it, so you Organization is the key to space in the bathcan start the day off right. room.

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Designer tips to create inspired dream spaces with color Brandpoint Ready to transform your home this year? The key to creating your dream interior space could be as simple as updating with color. Seven-in-10 homeowners plan a house-related project in the next six months, according to the Sherwin-Williams National Home Design and Color Survey. Of those homeowners planning house projects, painting tops the list with 42 percent wanting to liven up their space with color, followed by landscaping (39 percent) and redecorating (30 percent). Adding color with paint makes sense to internationally celebrated interior designer Jeff Andrews, who has decorated the homes of celebrities from Ryan


Paint can add color to any room. Seacrest, to Michael C. Hall to the Kardashian family. “Paint can incorporate distinctive touches that will liven any living space. Everyone has the potential

to live in his or her dream space, and a touch of color can easily make it a reality,” Andrews says. Andrews offers the following tips on how to create

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the ultimate dream space: • Upgrade living areas with creative color choices: Changing the color of your walls can transform a room from ordinary to extraor-

dinary. For stunning color for years to come, SherwinWilliams Emerald Interior paint offers paint and primer in one, with advanced stain-blocking technology, ensuring a statement color that’s easy to maintain and perfect for any room in your home. • Highlight accent pieces with vivid color to bring a room alive: A distinctive color adds a layer of visual elegance to any room. Painting an accent wall, trim, crown moldings or a ceiling in a color that complements the walls can give a room a customized look. • Channel your inner designer: From stripes to geometric designs, infuse vibrant energy to a room with an on-trend painted pattern. • Create curb appeal with

a bold use of color: To help your home make its best first impression, make over the exterior of your home with a bold color. Among homeowners surveyed, almost two-thirds (64 percent) are confident handling outdoor painting projects. Consider coordinating your palettes from the inside out by painting your front door a few shades darker than the entryway. • Transform the ordinary: A fresh coat of paint can elevate a simple piece of furniture and provide a distinctive look. According to the survey, nearly twoin-three homeowners (64 percent) want to add more color into their home. Pick a favorite desk or nightstand and use color to create a signature focal point in a room.

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70 Faith Circle – 10249455/Carlisle Updated 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath end unit with inground pool. Recent kitchen with Quartz countertops and Durastone flooring. This is a one of a kind! Directions: Route 34 N to left on Faith Circle to #70 on the left.

304 Forgedale Drive – 10249633/Carlisle Located in desirable Forgedale Crossings this 3 bedroom, 2 bath home offers easy access to I-81, post office, schools and the beautiful Boilings Springs Lake and pool. Perfect for downsizing or 1st time home buyers. Directions: High St to right on York Rd, right on Westminster Dr to left on Forge Rd to right on Forgedale Drive.

Nice all brick 2 bedroom, 1 bath home in the Carlisle Borough. Walking distance to Hamilton Elementary School and the Carlisle Fairgrounds.

Looking to open your own business? Here’s your chance! Commercially zoned 30’x 80’ building on 1.57 acres with 2400 sq ft for you to bring your dreams into reality!

Quality craftsmanship new build in Indian Hills. 4 bedrooms includes master suite with sitting room & 2.5 baths. This home is a must see!

Ranch home on 1.17 acres featuring 3 bedrooms, 1 bath. Two car garage with workshop, fenced backyard, screened in porch, deck and covered patio.

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(717) 243-6195

Move in ready home featuring 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Close to shopping centers and downtown Carlisle. Large living room area with brick fireplace.

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Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Sentinel • D5

Save green indoors and out with energy-efficient upgrades Brandpoint Spring is the perfect time to think green. For some it’s spurred by the coming of Earth Day, others the renewed greening of our lawns. And many are motivated by the desire to save a little green in their wallets with a fresh new season of home repairs. If you’re one of these people, you can help save some green for the planet, as well as your hardearned cash, by making energy efficient upgrades throughout your home. Helping the world stay green gained traction with the first Earth Day held March 22, 1970, as declared by Senator Gaylord Nelson of Wisconsin. As a nation,

much has been accomplished with the environmental movement, yet there are also easy things you can do at home to “go green” and save money at the same time. Here are some tips for home energy efficiency upgrades indoors and out. • Cool efficiently: When it comes to home energy bills, heating and cooling accounts for as much as half of the average home’s utility costs, according to energy. gov. Get ready for the hottest days of summer by tuning up your heating, ventilating and air conditioning system so it’s operating efficiently. Change your HVAC filters regularly. In addition, if your cooling system is more than 10 years old, consider re-

placing it with one that has a Seasonal Efficiency Ratio (SEER) of 20.00 for better savings. Trane’s XL20i, for example, can mean a savings of up to 60 percent on your annual cooling costs — that’s cool cash in your pocket. • Programmable temperature controls: A programmable HVAC control can reduce energy consumption by up to 15 percent compared to traditional nonprogrammable thermostats. • Conserve water: Remember, water isn’t free. Indoors, lower water bills by installing low-flow water fixtures including toilets, showerheads and faucets. Outdoors, add a water-saving spigot for the garden

hose. To avoid water evaporation, water your plants early or late in the day, and when your green lawn starts to grow, don’t mow too low. If you have lawn sprinklers, double check that they are set to water grass and shrubbery instead of the driveway or sidewalk. • Lighting: About 10 percent of the energy your home uses goes to lighting costs, according to energy. gov — in fact, by just replacing five of your home’s most frequently used lights with energy efficient Enery Star bulbs. Compared with traditional incandescent bulbs, compact fluorescents can yield as much as 75 percent Brandpoint energy savings and last six Go green with heating and cooling upgrades. times longer.



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977 Walnut bottom rd, Carlisle OPEN SUNDAY 1-3!



LARGE SEMI-DETACHED HOME IN BOROUGH! • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2132 sq.ft. • 1st floor master suite, marble fireplace in LR. • Landscaped back yard with deck, 2-car detached garage.

Carlisle $99,900

GREAT HOME IN THE BOROUGH! • Wood flooring • Spacious 1st floor

Directions: From Square in Carlisle, West on High St. to left on S. Pitt St. to property on right.


Carlilse $205,000


Newville $178,900

NICE CAPE COD DESIGN ON BEAUTIFUL COUNTRY LOT! • 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath home with first floor master suite • Open floor plan is great for entertaining and family fun

NEAT AND CLEAN RANCHER IN BIG SPRING SCHOOL DISTRICT! • Features 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths on 2+ acres • Freshly painted, new flooring in living room and bedrooms • Composite decking with amazing views of surroundings

Carlisle $195,000

Mechanicsburg $199,900

INCREDIBLY CHARMING HISTORIC HOME CONVENIENTLY LOCATED CLOSE TO DOWNTOWN CARLISLE & DICKINSON COLLEGE! • Hardwood floors, high ceilings, deep window sills, large rooms, and lots of light • 1700+ sqft garage- former historic ‘Carlisle Dairy’- with workshop area and loads of extra space!

Carlisle $239,000

3-STORY BRICK VICTORIAN HOME IN HISTORIC CARLISLE! • 5 bedroom, 2 bath home with wood floors and plenty of character. • Off-street parking, within walking distance to downtown restaurants, shops, and businesses.

CONVENIENT LIVING IN WALDEN! • Beautiful kitchen with granite, center island, & hardwood! • Walden Planned Community!

Carlisle $239,900 METICULOUSLY KEPT 3 BEDROOM, 1.5 BATH HOME! • 1-car garage and off street parking. • Updated kitchen and bathroom.








260 S Pitt St, Carlisle $139,900

Saturday, May 3, 2014

UN Boiling Springs $160,000

STUNNING A-FRAME HOME WITH A COMPLETE RENOVATION IS ‘LIKE NEW’! • Complete with a 40X60 vegetable garden, property features Red Oak flooring, family room with vaulted ceilings and lots of light, kitchen with granite counter tops, new cabinets, and stainless steel appliances. • Office/den could be 3rd bedroom!

Carlisle $287,500

Boiling Springs $179,000

CUSTOM BUILT LOW MAINTENANCE BRICK 1-STORY HOME IN EXCELLENT LOCATION- JUST PERFECT FOR DOWNSIZING! • Magnificent wide open floor plan with fireplace, large Cherry kitchen with new appliances, tile flooring, and corian counter tops. • Rear brick patio and large mature lot with private setting.

RANCH HOME WITH LOTS OF NEWNESS! • New vinyl in kitchen and baths, new carpet and newly painted walls. New roof, spouting, and AC unit. • First floor living in the great community of Boiling Springs. 1 Car garage, large shed, Sun room, gas heat!

Newville $191,900

Boiling Springs $187,900

Carlisle $375,000

STUNNING CAPE COD WITH GREAT LOCATION IN ANNENDALE! • Minutes from shopping, hospital & highway; this home features 3 BDRM, 3 BATHS, and over 3000 Sq/Ft • Outside enjoy fantastic curb appeal with mature landscaping, patio with awning and large backyard.


Carlisle $193,000

TASTEFULLY UPDATED & LOADED WITH CHARM IN ALL THE RIGHT PLACES- JUST BLOCKS FROM DOWNTOWN & DICKINSON COLLEGE! • Includes hardwood floors throughout, high ceilings, pocket doors, spacious rooms, and an updated kitchen with Corian counter tops. • 2010 roof and 3rd floor with additional rooms for bedrooms, den, or flex space!

PUT YOUR OWN FINISH ON THIS HOME! • 4 Bedrooms, 2½ Baths, 2016 sq. ft. • Property complete except for interior finish/flooring. Must Sell AS IS. • Semi-open floor plan in great neighborhood, close to Carlisle High School Complex.

Carlisle $209,900

Mount Holly Springs $209,900

LOVINGLY MAINTAINED BRICK 2-STORY, LOADED WITH CARLISLE’S HISTORIC CHARM! • Wood floors, high ceilings, dining room with fireplace and separate den or office. • Features 2 separate detached garages with partially finished hobby/workshop area.

Carlisle $239,900 CHARMING 2-STORY IN A QUIET CHAPEL HILL CUL-DE-SAC! • Home has tons of updated and craftsman detail including beautiful exotic custom hardwood floors. • Updated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances.

S. MIDDLETON RANCHER WITH PLENTY OF STORAGE! • 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with 1st floor laundry and attached 2-car garage. • Finished basement with lots of storage • Home opens up to a back deck and a generous fenced-in yard.

Carlisle $239,900

LOVELY END-UNIT TOWNHOUSE! • Short walk to town but on the edge on nature • Across from Dickinson fields and walking trails • Fenced area for small dog or garden • Snow removal and lawn care provided

METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED 1200+ SQFT RANCH HOME! • 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, formal dining room and large living rooms with propane gas fireplace. • Updated kitchen with laminate floors and over 600 sqft of finished basement space

Carlisle $215,000

TASTEFULLY UPDATED & LOCATED IN A GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD! • Dining area with updated flooring & Wainscoting plus access to screened porch, updated kitchen with 4 seat breakfast bar. • Rear patio overlooking deep .73 acre back yard complete with your own garden! Recent furnace, windows, appliances, and roof!

Carlisle $132,900

END UNIT IN MIDDLETON ESTATES! • Open floor plan plus attached garage • Lots of privacy, backing wooded area

Carlisle $189,900

ENJOY A WELL MAINTAINED BRICK RANCH HOME ON .41 ACRE LOT! • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 1828 sq.ft. • Great room with loads of light, partially finished basement. • 2011 roof, new septic, updated well pump & electric panel.

Carlisle $232,900

METICULOUSLY MAINTAINED 2-STORY HOME IN CARLISLE SCHOOL DISTRICT! • Spacious kitchen with updated appliances • Cozy family room with fireplace • 2- car garage on a well-manicured corner lot with pet fencing

Carlisle $135,000

TASTEFULLY UPDATED HOME WITH CONVENIENT CARLISLE LOCATION! • Features living room, dining room, kitchen with eat-in area, mud room, 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths • Home has been completely renovated with fresh paint and refinished hardwoods. Large fenced lot with off-street parking and storage shed. • Family room with open feel and access to private deck/patio area that is great for outdoor entertaining!

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Saturday, May 3, 2014

The Sentinel • D7

The Oaks The Oaks


Provide your garden with the proper nutrients to keep it healthy and green.

Bringing life back into your yard and garden Get your grass and garden growing again Brandpoint

Spring season is a time of regeneration and renewal as you prepare to bring life back to your lawn and garden. Taking the proper steps after seasonal changes or severe weather conditions can prove to be the difference between creating a breathtaking landscape or an outdoor space with unsightly mishaps. By following a few simple steps, you can take pride in your backyard year after year.

Inspect and replace your tools of the trade

damage or rust. Making sure that your garden tools are in good condition at the start of the season will help establish the right foundation for a successful planting and growing season. “The right tools can make all the difference in creating a lawn that leaves a lasting impression,” says Alan Luxmore, host of A&E’s hit television show Fix This Yard. “Arm yourself with tools that are not only durable, but easy to use. Complete watering systems such as LeakFree by Nelson, offer a turn-key watering experience from start to finish, allowing gardeners more time to revel in their landscaping successes.”

Bring new life The first step to creating into the garden

an outdoor masterpiece begins with the proper equipment. You can’t very well dig, rake or mow with broken or dull materials, so now is the time to inspect each of your tools. Check your lawnmower and other garden essentials for signs of

Once your soil is permeable, it should be prepped for the upcoming planting season by removing dead leaves and plants that may have been left over from the previous season. Use a rotary tiller to break up and aerate hard soil. Once the

old material has been removed from the work area and your soil is ready, begin planting your new plants, flowers, vegetables and grass. You can also help your trees, bushes and even certain plants have a more robust look by trimming them back to encourage new bud growth.

Establish a regular watering regimen

One of the most important steps to maintaining a healthy lawn and garden is providing it with the proper nutrients. Using a hose for daily irrigation seems simple but without the proper watering set up, your efforts could be futile. A proper watering guide and the following tips from the watering experts at Nelson can increase efficiency and bring you one step closer to creating a yard with envious curb appeal. • Give your greens a thorough soaking once in a while to produce extended and See Gardening, D10

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62 South Pin Oak Drive, Boiling Springs


Well maintained 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath colonial. Foyer with wood floors, living and dining rooms, family room with custom brick hearth gas fireplace. Eat-in kitchen with storage galore, center island and duro-ceramic floor. First floor laundry with outside entrance, floored walk-up attic above two-car garage. Central vacuum, covered rear deck and newer mechanicals. Call K aren Detwiler at 717-979-3425 to schedule your showing!

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209 Third Street, Boiling Springs

Parkview Drive, Carlisle

Located in Historic Boiling Springs, this charming home is set on a corner lot filled with beautiful perennial gardens and many fruit trees and also includes a two car garage! Host: Ivy Vresk 386-2933 Dir.: Forge Rd. to Boiling Springs, R/ Rt. 174, R/ Third Street to home on the right.

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3 Bedroom/ 1.5 bath Ranch home Features hardwood flooring Includes a sun porch Nearly 2 acres with a picket fence

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3 Bedroom/ 1 bath home Located in the borough of Carlisle Includes a 2nd floor office/den Balcony off the master bedroom

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3 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths Features 1st floor laundry Includes a 2 car detached garage One acre lot in West Perry Schools

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Newly renovated 3 bedroom home Features ceramic & laminate floors Offers a 1st floor master bedroom Off-street parking & a fenced back yard

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Easy low maintenance living Features 2 bedrooms & 2 full baths Attached garage and paved driveway Great location w/ mountain views

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Bi-level home on nearly 1.5 acres Features 4 bedrooms & 1.5 baths Attached 2 car garage & 2 sheds Possible 100% financing

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Wooded retreat near State Game Lands 3 Bedroom Bungalow Enclosed sunroom with scenic views All the furnishings are included

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Brand new home w/ possible owner financing Features 3 bedrooms & 2.5 baths Gorgeous kitchen with hard surface countertops Walk to all that downtown has to offer!

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Spacious 4 bedroom/ 2.5 bath home Features wood flooring throughout 4th BR/ office offers custom furniture Easy access to shopping and I-81

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Lovely 3 bedroom/ 1.5 bath home Large master with attached bath Includes an attached 2 car garage Nearly 1 acre lot w/ mature landscaping

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Commercial Zoning 4 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths Oversized attached 2 car garage Highly visible Shippensburg location

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Great investment opportunity 2 Properties for one great price! 3 Bedroom/ 2 bath Traditional home Also includes a 1200 sq. ft. building


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Located in Pheasant Run Low maintenance condo living Includes all appliances Affordably priced at only $52,500

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Complete remodeling to your taste 2 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths Over one acre country lot Located in West Perry Schools

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Cape Cod style Cabin 2 Bedrooms/ full bath/ laundry Picturesque 15 acres with pond Great get away or live in year round

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Spacious 4 bedroom Colonial Recently updated kitchen & bath Off-street parking with a 2 car garage Walk to all the downtown amenities

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Great new price 3 bedrooms/ 2 full baths Attached 2 car garage Located close to Carlisle

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3 bedrooms/ 2 full baths Large living room with vaulted ceilings Master suite with sitting room Located in Big Spring Schools

PERSONALIZED TRAINING! For details contact

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Located near Michaux State Forest 2 Bedroom Rancher on nearly 2 acres Features hardwood flooring Includes a detached garage


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The Sentinel • D9

SPRING IS IN THE AIR! Open House Event! April 5th-6th

Visit for a list of open houses & to plan your tour today! shoWCAsE oF hoMEs oPEn this WEEKEnD LETORT MEADOWS







OPEN SUN 1-4 OR By aPPT OPEN SUN 1-3 OPEN SUN 1-3 OPEN SUN 1-3 OPEN SUNday 1-4 PRICES STaRTING IN ThE $159,900 PRE-CONSTRUCTION PRICES STaRTING aT $179,900 469 RICh VallEy Rd., CaRlISlE $295,900 920 PETERSBURG Rd., CaRlISlE $239,900 312 JUNIPER ST., CaRlISlE $109,000

Three new styles to choose from! Some with basements & 2 car garage. Economical gas heat/hot water. 100% usda Financing available. directions: From Carlisle Square Spring Road (Rt 34N) L/Creek Rd (Turkey Hill) L/Longs Gap R/Lehman’s Crossing

thesadlerModel1600SFw/3BRs,2.5BAs,openkitchen w/breakfast bar, MBR w/vaulted ceiling, walk-in closet and master bath. All appliances included. directions: Rt 81S Hanover St Exit R/34S L/Light @ Chili’s R/Spring View St. to #25.

Three new styles to choose from! End units w/2 or 3 BRs & 2 car garage. Economical gas heat/hot water. FHA, VA, Conventional Financing Available. directions: From Carlisle Square Spring Road (Rt 34N) L/Creek Rd (Turkey Hill) L/Longs Gap R/Lehman’s Crossing.

You will love this immaculate home resting on 3.4 acres. Geothermal heat,4 Season Rm,gazebo,3 car gar & so much more. Call today! MLS#: 10243516 directions: I-81 to Wertzville Rd, L/Rich Valley Road.

Great rural setting on 1+ acres. Well cared for home w/some new flooring & paint. 3 BRs, 2.5 BAs, 1st flr laundry & 2 car gar. Finished LL. MLS#: 10246016 directions: Carlisle E/High St R/York Rd R/Petersburg Rd home on right.

2 story semi-detached home near Letort Park & close to major shopping. Enjoy the open kitchen & deck. Freshly painted inside. Storage shed. MLS#: 10251586 directions: E/High St R/S. Spring Garden St R/Juniper home on right.

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THE HIGHLANDS $308,000. Beautifully maintained 4 BR home on corner lot. Upgraded ceramic tile flrs in kit, laun, sunrm, foyer & BAs. Lots of space for entertaining. MLS#: 10241917

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OUTSIDE MARYSVILLE $235,000. Like New! 2 story on 2.3 ac w/ stream. Lrg open kitchen & LR. Master BR w/ full bath & walk-in closet. MLS#: 10249343

CHESTERFIELD $229,900. Spectacular brick front 4 BR trad’l w/many upgrades. 4 BRs, 2.5 BAs, HW flrs in LR & DR, gas FP. Situated on corner lot next to cul-de-sac. MLS#: 10246716

BIGLERVILLE RANCH $224,900. Lovingly cared for 4 BR, 3 BA ranch in a glorious & peaceful setting! Enjoy the deck or patio while looking at the picturesque views! MLS#: 10249479

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Turn your drab deck into an outdoor oasis Brandpoint Warm weather means more time to spend outside enjoying gentle breezes and sunshine-filled days. Is your deck or patio ready for months of outdoor fun? If your outdoor space is a bit drab, there’s no need to fret. The year’s top trends in outdoor living will transform any deck in an instant and create a space that is truly an extension of the home. “Homeowners are demanding expanded livable spaces and are looking for fresh ways to update their decks and patios for premium enjoyment,” says Madeleine MacRae, exterior market manager for Somfy Systems, maker of motors and controls for shades, screens and awnings. “The good news is that an existing space can easily be transformed into an outdoor oasis with minimal effort and financial investment.” MacRae offers top outdoor living trends that will instantly transform your deck into a beautiful, relaxing oasis:

Shade Sunny days define the warm weather months, but outdoor spaces can quickly heat up and drive homeowners indoors to cool off. That’s why shade options are a necessity, with auto-

onto the deck or patio area to add unparalleled ambiance. A few strategically placed pots add a touch of serenity while tying together landscape themes. What’s hot for 2014? Sustainability and low-maintenance continue to be in high demand, making native plants a natural choice. When deciding which plants to use in your pots, ask your local garden center expert or call your local extension office to see what native plants will perform best in the region where you live. Stylish outdoor furniture is a necessary element of designing a cozy, usable Brandpoint outdoor space with superb Automatic awnings and beautiful outdoor furnishings help transform decks ambiance. Upholstered sointo comfortable, exciting outdoor living areas. fas and oversized accent pillows in a variety of colorful matic awnings leading the Survey, and lighting topped shades of green and oth- patterns are big this year. trend. These modern high- the list of in-demand out- er beautiful colors directly When furnishing your deck tech awnings do more than door living features. As enhance outdoor living; the sun goes down, there’s they improve indoor living no need to retreat indoors by blocking the sun from when your patio has the coming inside the home, proper lighting. Solar lights Call for FREE creating real energy savings are a popular option that Estimates! by keeping AC units from again pair well with the kicking on in peak times. sustainability theme — they No For more information, visit charge during daylight and Maintenance glow automatically at dusk. Windows! Strings of garden lights are Lighting another popular option, The American Society of adding a subtle twinkle to Landscape Architects re- outdoor spaces. cently released the results of 910 Roxbury Road, Newville its 2014 Residential Land- Ambiance scape Architecture Trends Potted plants bring rich


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or patio, keep in mind the flow of traffic and embrace thoughtful arrangement of furniture to encourage conversation and comfort. In addition to couches and chairs, incorporating an eating area makes dining al fresco a joy any time of day. Naturally aligning with homeowners’ desire to create functional space both indoors and out, the demand for outdoor kitchens is growing. Whether it’s a corner with a grill or a full kitchen with refrigerator, prep sink and all, incorporating a space on your deck for cooking food is a top trend. Whether you’re slow-grilling a turkey for an intimate family dinner or flipping burgers for a neighborhood cookout, outdoor kitchens will serve you well time and time again.

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Top spring home decor trends add style and personality Brandpoint

Spring is in the air, which means it’s time to refresh your indoor spaces to reflect the energy and optimism of the season. The top home decor trends of spring 2014 take a fresh approach to traditional design elements to create an aesthetic that is fresh and full of life. Best yet, the trends are easily accessible, so anyone can update their space with a few simple tips.


More homeowners are seeking the beauty, comfort and safety that carpet provides, making it a top flooring trend for spring 2014 and beyond. What types of carpet are popular? “New soft fibers,” says Vickie Gilstrap, director of design services for The Dixie Group, a top U.S. carpet manufacturer. “Consumers went away from wallto-wall carpet, as hard surface flooring gained in popularity. Then, people began to miss the softness and warmth of carpet. Carpet absorbs sound, making homes quieter, and traps dust at the base of the carpet fibers so that dust doesn’t circulate in the room air. The soft fibers give us a reason to put carpet down again.” She is also seeing increased interest in “mixedmedia” carpet styles — with hi-lustre and low-lustre yarns used in the same carpet. Additionally, patterns are being featured on top of texture, giving a multi-di-

mensional appearance to flooring. Not only stylish, carpet is healthy, too. People with allergies or other sensitivities can choose carpet as a way to improve indoor air quality.

If big and bold patterns aren’t your taste, consider sticking to small, neutral patterns that can be a subtle way to add visual interest and design complexity to interior spaces.


Lighting plays an important two-pronged role: it makes a space functional and also helps define its design aesthetic. Adjusting the task lighting within a room can instantly make the space more livable and highlight the design mo- Carpet is making a comeback in 2014. tif. Another easy lighting update is purchasing new lamps or simply adding new shades to existing lamps — a great way to refresh a space with minimal cost. Keep in mind, when selecting fixtures, there’s no longer a need to avoid gold tones. “Gold is coming back— we are seeing more gold and copper and less silver,” says Gilstrap. Want to really redefine your home’s lighting? Ornamental lighting is big this year with designers thinking outside the box when it comes to how and where these fixtures can be used. For example, dramatic chandeliers are no longer reserved for formal spaces such as the dining room or foyer. This spring, you can add a touch of elegance to any space by adding a stylish chandelier, plus it doesn’t take up much design real estate space. Bedrooms, basements and bars Building Carlisle’s finest custom homes, are just a few unique areas where chandeliers can be featuring quality Andersen® products. featured.

Thoughtful use of color in home design is a top trend for 2014. “Colors are getting warmer,” notes Gilstrap. “Taupe is the bridge color taking us from gray to browner tones. Warm pinks are returning, as well as warmer greens like moss and olive — even apple.” Keep in mind adding personality to a space through use of warm color doesn’t necessarily require a complete interior overhaul. Consider incorporating spring colors using accent pieces. It’s easy to switch up pillows, throws or artwork without investing a lot of time or money. Plus it’s a fun way to update the personality of your favorite spaces every season.

Texture and pattern This spring, more homeowners are using textures and patterns to make a visual statement through design. Strategic use of texture and patterns can highlight certain interior spaces, manipulate the light within the room and influence scale. Blending both adds visual interest and helps homeowners create a unique space to call their own. “Layering of pattern and texture — in floors, walls, upholstery, window treatments — gives a more individualized feel,” says Gilstrap.



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D12 • The Sentinel

Saturday, May 3, 2014

Glass House hosts ‘Veil,’ a poem in fog and glass By Katherine Roth Associated Press

NEW CANAAN, Conn. — The Glass House, architect Philip Johnson’s iconic Modernist structure set in the woods here, has been wrapped in a poetic fog by Japanese artist Fujiko Nakaya, a sort of Christo of mist. Like the glass structure itself, Nakaya’s “Veil” installation plays on the transparent and opaque, the permanent and ephemeral. “I’m making an invisible natural phenomenon visible,” explained the Tokyobased artist. “Usually, you ignore all the dynamics in the air. People go around the world to view an eclipse so they can experience a natural phenomenon that usually can’t be seen. But you don’t have to go that far.” Dense fog gushes forth from 600 specially designed nozzles around the Glass House for around 10 minutes at a time. Using meteorological studies of the site, Nakaya carefully timed and calibrated the nozzles to maximize the visual effects of wind, humidity and air pressure. For about half an hour, the thick mist dances gently around and over the house, sometimes enveloping it completely. At times,

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The Glass House shows artist Fujiko Nakaya’s first fog installation on the East Coast in 30 years, which can be viewed from inside or outside the Modernist Glass House it surrounds. the mist cascades into the wooded valley below, and at times it floats up toward the hillside above, making parts of the house and landscape briefly disappear while usually invisible atmospheric forces come into focus. “Johnson’s interest in the balance of opposites is evident throughout the Glass House campus. With Nakaya’s temporary installation, we carry this sensibility to

its endpoint while allowing the unique magic of the Glass House — the dream of transparency, an architecture that vanishes — to return again and again as the fog rises and falls,” said Glass House director Henry Urbach. The installation, about an hour’s train ride north of New York City, is open to the public from May 1 to November 30. It is part of a

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larger effort by Urbach, who was architecture curator at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art before taking the helm of the Glass House in 2012, to foster new interpretations of the historic site. Johnson’s home in New Canaan, a village including almost 100 important Modernist structures, was a center of art and architecture, particularly during the ‘50s

and ‘60s. Built in 1949, the Glass House was home to Johnson and his partner, art dealer David Whitney, until 2005. Johnson was the first curator of the Museum of Modern Art’s architecture department, and a friend and associate of Alfred Barr, the founding director of MoMA. Cutting-edge artworks and architectural concepts were often debuted at the Glass House before being exhibited in Manhattan. “Veil” is Nakaya’s first major work on the East Coast. From inside the silent sleekness of the Glass House, being enveloped by undulating fog feels at times like being inside a sort of three-dimensional time-lapse movie. From outside the house, or from the hillsides below or above the structure, the impact of the installation is completely different, and it’s ever flowing and changing depending on the weather. “I look for the very best stage for the fog to perform. Then it’s at the mercy of the wind,” explained Nakaya, whose fat h e r, U k i c h i ro Nakaya, was a physicist credited with making the first artificial snowflakes. She started out painting clouds before experimenting with fog. “I wanted only water, no

chemicals, and a nozzle that could make extremely tiny droplets,” she said. After extensive research, she found a California cloud scientist, Thomas Mee, trying to produce fog to help protect crops from early frost. Although she said the chemical-free fog nozzle system proved too expensive for agricultural use, Nakaya has been using a version of it for decades to produce her fogscapes. Her first fog installation was in 1970 at the Osaka World Expo, where she enveloped the Pepsi Pavilion in dense fog in collaboration with the avant-garde artists’ collaborative Experiments in Art and Technology (E.A.T.), founded by artist Robert Rauschenberg and Bell Labs engineer Billy Kluver. Nakaya’s over 50 fog installations have appeared at the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, emerged from fountains at the Grand Palais in Paris and cascaded from bridges around the world. She has collaborated with Rauschenberg and other artists on dramatic fog performances and stage sets. Her only previous fogscape in the New York area was much smaller, at Johnson’s apartment in lower Manhattan in 1980. She also showed a fog sculpture in Washington, D.C., 30 years ago, she said.

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Personalize your backyard with a concrete path A stone path is a great way to decorate your backyard and add wow factor Brandpoint

Paths provide the practical purpose of connecting two or more locations but a well-made walkway that will stand up for years can enrich the natural landscape of a backyard and complement the exterior look of a home. While traditionally popular materials for creating paths, like brick and stone, are attractive and durable, they can be expensive and challenging to install. An easy and affordable alterna-

tive is to build a path yourself using a plastic form and pre-mixed packaged concrete. Taking this approach not only minimizes cost, time and headache, the preference and personal taste of each individual homeowner dictates the color, style and movement in the finished concrete path. It starts with selecting the style of path, which can range from a natural looking country stone pattern to a more standard running bond brick pattern. The QUIKRETE Walkmaker forms are 2 foot by 2 foot and conveniently hold one 80-pound bag of concrete, so homeowners can work on the path at their own pace by following these simple directions.

Remember when working hardens. For a nonslip finwith cementitious prod- ish, brush the surface with ucts, always wear eye pro- a stiff broom. tection and gloves. •Trim against the completed section of the path. Steps for laying a path Then fill with the concrete • Remove the sod and soil mix, remove the form and to the desired width, shape smooth the surface. Repeat and length of path, be sure the process until the path is to keep it as flat and level as complete. • To c rea te a c u rve d possible. • Slowly mix the concrete walkway, after removing and water in a wheelbarrow the form from the freshwith a garden hoe, shovel or ly poured section of path, in a concrete mixer accord- reposition the form in the ing to the directions on the direction of the curve and press down to slice off the bag. • Lay the form at the be- corner. Use a trowel to conginning of the path and fill solidate and smooth cut off with concrete mix, being edges. The path can be further sure to smooth the surface customized by incorpowith a trowel. • Promptly remove the rating liquid colors, stains, form and smooth the edg- and/or embedding gravel or es of the path with a trow- other small aggregates into el before the concrete mix the concrete.

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2/3 BR 1.5 Ba in a quiet setting Spacious LR formal DR updated Kit 1st flr office Nice deck Christian Boegel, 243-1000



1 waverly lane $297,500

New ranch located in the Netherby Development halfway between Carlisle & Boiling Springs Great open floor plan on a nice corner lot Michael Diehl, 243-1000

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1143 Redwood Dr, Carlisle - 3 BR, 1.5 Baths. RET10250747 $134,900 Host: Tricia Negley, Dir: From Carlisle Square, W on High, R on College, L on 74, R on Redwood, home on R.

2271 Ritner Highway, Carlisle - 3 BR, 1 Bath. RET10251116 $150,000 Host: Heather Neidlinger, Dir: Carlisle Square, R/High St (Rt 11/Ritner Hwy) approx 4.5 mile to home on R.

414 Crossroad School Rd, Carlisle - Spacious Split level on over an acre offers quiet country living.RET10249928 $222,900 Host: Heather Neidlinger, Dir: Rt 11 to R @ Kerrsville, L @ Crossroad School, home on L.

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6 Watson Drive, Carlisle - 3 BR, 2 Baths. RET10251089 $244,900 Host: Heather Neidlinger, Dir: Carlisle, 11S, R/Crossroad School Rd, R/Kerrsville Rd, L/Crossroad School Rd, L/Watson Dr, home on L.

2 full floors close to Court House and County Offices. Off-st parking. RET10222800 $3,000. Call Bill Shearer, 245-0225.

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S Middleton Schls 3 BR, 2 Baths. RET10244666 $31,000. Call Michael Gabrielle, 245-0225.

Remodeled brick Townhome w/1395 sf, 3 BR, end of dead end street. RET10237674 $59,900. Call Heather Neidlinger, 245-0225.

Carlisle Schls 2 BR, 1 Bath. RET10250208 $68,750. Call Jeremiah Negley, 245-0225.



Carlisle Schls 1 BR, 1 Bath. RET10250351 $83,200. Call Jeremiah Negley, 245-0225.

Carlisle Schls 3 BR, 1 Bath. RET10250207 $93,000. Call Jeremiah Negley, 245-0225.

Greenwood Schls 4 BR, 1.5 Baths. RET10252084 $99,800. Call Del Hawbaker, 245-0225.

S Middleton Schls 3 BR, 1 Bath. RET10251839 $130,000. Call Dan McNaughton, 245-0225.

New kitchen & bath, newer roof, lg deck, upgraded elect, off-st park. RET10227855 $139,900. Call Linda Shover, 245-0225.

Two unit, walk to downtown Mount Holly. Great cash flow as rental. RET10243813 $139,900. Call Ben Espenshade, 2450225.

Carlisle Schls 3 BR, 2 Baths. RET10244694 $159,900. Call Gary L Shulenberger, 245-0225.

End Unit 3 BA Townhome w/2ndfl loft could be 3rd BR, 2-car garage. RET10235535 $184,500. Call Gary L Shulenberger, 245-0225.

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