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February 22, 2014


Midstate Homes

D2 • The Sentinel

Saturday, February 22, 2014


ON UNDER C CARLISLE 1 WAVERLY LANE $297,500 NL 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

CARLISLE 6 NELSON DR. $279,900 HSA This brick & vinyl home is located only a few minutes drive from shopping & major routes New roof counters etc make this move-in ready Doug Heineman, 243-1000

CARLISLE 115 SKYLINE VIEW DR. $219,900 North Ridge Development 2 story in move-in condition 3BR 2.5 Ba 2 car garage Fenced yard Jack Connolly, 717-243-1000 & 717-243-1000

CARLISLE 250 WEST WILLOW ST. $173,500 NL 3BR 1.5Ba Spacious KR formal dining room family room e/ built-ins H E gas heat C/A Private yard Christian Boegel, 243-1000


CARLISLE 911 GOBIN DR $164,900

3BR 1.5 Ba w/ hdwd flrs wood burning frpl eat-in Kit mud rm 1st flr lndry full bsmt Eric Casale, 717-243-1000

One flr living Move in ready Full bsmt gives storage & extra living space Deck 2 car gar Randy Billman, 243-1000





NL HSA Close to Dickinson brick 1st flr master townhome has all the amenities 2 car gar patio & more Doug Heineman, 243-1000



NL 4BRs 2.5 Ba 2 car garage Full unfinished basmt w/ 9’ ceilings & rough in plumb’g for full Ba 16X20 rear patio C/A Lots of upgrades Gregory Clelan, 717-243-1000



NL If condition counts you won’t be disappointed Spacious 4BR with open flr plan Fenced yd 2 car gar Jan Verow, 717-243-1000



Mooreland Mews $73,900

• Lots start at $73,900 • South Middleton Township • Public water, sewer & natural gas • Choose from our list of approved builders • Seller is a licensed RE Broker in PA Michael Diehl 243-1000


• Dickinson Township • Bring your own approved builder • Approved for elevated sand mound septic system • Deed restrictions • Lots start at $79,900 Michael Diehl 243-1000


• Old Mooreland area of Carlisle • HOA covers lawn care & snow removal • Lots starting at $80,000 • A few blocks from Dickinson College • Traditional styles w/modern amenities Doug Heineman 243-1000


Midstate Homes

Saturday, February 22, 2014

The Sentinel • D3

Is it time to replace your front door? For wood doors, check for warping, rotting and for steel, check for dings and rust By StatePoint Homeowners looking to save on energy bills can start right at the front door. Evaluating your main entry door at least once annually for its operational capabilities and energy efficiency features is good practice, say experts. “Most homeowners can get years of service out of their front doors, but there will come a time when a door needs to be replaced,” says Derek Fielding, director of product management for Therma-Tru Corp., a leading manufacturer of entry doors. “It’s important to annually evaluate and maintain your main entryway.” According to Fielding,

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there are several ways to determine when it’s time for a replacement. • Open and close doors on both dry and wet, humid days to ensure components operate smoothly. If your door doesn’t close securely or fits tightly on humid days, it’s most likely leaking air on dry days. • Inspect weather stripping around the sides. On a bright day, stand inside and look for daylight flowing through the door perimeter. If light is coming in, then external air and possibly moisture also are likely to be entering. This means it’s time to determine if your foam-filled weatherstripping may have lost some of

its compression, is cracked or worn out. • Examine locks to ensure they operate smoothly and are strong enough to help protect your home. Multipoint locking systems, like those that can be requested on Therma-Tru doors, offer peace-of-mind. • Touch your door on both hot and cold days. If you feel the exterior temperatures from the inside, you may not have adequate insulation. Consider upgrading to an ENERGY STAR qualified door with a multi-point locking system that offers a tighter fit against weatherstripping. • Check the appearance. For wood doors, check for warping or rotting. For steel, check for dings and rust. Check that the style matches the design of your home.

Replacing your door

If it becomes apparent you’re in the market for a new door, consider fiberglass, which is known for energy efficiency, reliability and style customization, according to the American Architectural Manufacturers Association. “A solid fiberglass door is up to four times more energy efficient than solid wood, plus you get the benefits of resistance to rot, rust, dings and weather,” says Fielding. Constructed as a complete system of components, Therma-Tru fiberglass doors are engineered to work together for lasting performance, security and energy efficiency. Key See Doors, D5

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220 Hope Drive – 10236513/ Boiling Springs Quality craftsmanship new build in Indian Hills. 4 bedrooms includes master suite with sitting room & 2.5 baths. This home is a must see!

Lovely 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home located in Westgate on a very private cul-de-sac. Don’t miss out on this charming home for your family!

Very unique new build in Indian Hills with 3192 sq ft, 4 bedrooms, and 2.5 baths. This home has all the bells and whistles! Great for entertaining.

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!

Three bedroom, 2 bath ranch in South View Estates. Beautifully landscaped .67 acre lot, 4 season room off of large family room, eat in kitchen, & natural gas grill on 20’x10’ patio.

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Three bedroom, 1 bath farmhouse in Dickinson Township sitting on a 2.2 acre lot. New metal roof in 2011. Private sewer and water.

Two unit duplex in the borough with 4 off street parking spaces. Lots of space in both units. Live in one unit and rent the other floor.

D4 • The Sentinel

Midstate Homes

Saturday, February 22, 2014


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Midstate Homes

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Doors Continued from D3 factors in dependability are multi-point locking systems that engage a series of locks at several places on the frame, as well as an adjustable security strike plate that can withstand up to three times the force of standard strike plates. More information can be found at www. Another factor to consider is the material inside your door. A dense polyurethane foam helps achieve high thermal performance values. If you choose to add decorative glass to fiberglass doors, you can also find energy-efficient features if you comparison shop. For energy savings and peace-of-mind, consider your front door. An annual inspection can determine if it’s time for an upgrade.

The Sentinel • D5

A common winter hazard: Frozen pipes Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, so keep your thermostat higher than that By Carole Feldman Associated Press It’s a telltale sign: you turn on the faucet and ... nothing. With record cold in much of the nation this winter, many homeowners have had (or will have) to deal with pipes freezing — and then bursting. Winter storm-related insurance losses “will be more this year due to the extreme cold and the breadth of the territory that is being affected by it,” said Peter Foley, vice president of claims for the American Insurance Association. Those losses, which include damage from frozen pipes, total about

$1.4 billion a year on average, according to the Insurance Information Institute. People unaccustomed to extreme, prolonged cold, especially those in the South, are particularly vulnerable, said Robert Hartwig, the institute’s president. “There’s a lack of awareness of the fact that a pipe could freeze and what to do about it,” he said. For instance, they may not shut off the water to outside faucets, and their homes may have less insulation. Damage from a burst pipe can vary greatly, depending on how long the water runs unabated. Some tips on how to pro-

tect against frozen pipes, and what to do if one does freeze:

Before the freeze Water freezes at 32 degrees Fahrenheit, so keep your thermostat significantly higher than that. “You should never turn it below 55,” Foley said. You might leave the water dripping a little bit, advised Ken Collier, editor-in-chief of The Family Handyman. “That just keeps enough water moving in the pipe so it’s less likely to freeze,” he said. “If there is some freezing, there is some give in the system because the faucet is open a little bit.” Collier also suggested getting warmer, roomtemperature air to where

Ice coats leaking pipes in a downtown Cleveland alley, in Ohio. Associated Press

See Pipes, D7

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D6 • The Sentinel

Midstate Homes

Saturday, February 22, 2014


8 ROCKWELL COURT, CARLISLE • All brick 2-story • Dickinson Township • Wood floors throughout 1st & 2nd level • Huge master suite w/walk-in • Blue Ribbon Elementary $539,900

570 LUCINDA LANE, MECHANICSBURG • Luxury living on 1.6 acres • Hardwood floors • Granite kitchen • 3-car garage • Huge finished basement $590,000

1215 SADLER DRIVE, CARLISLE • All brick traditional • Desirable Forest Park • Big .92 acre wooded lot • Great room w/beautiful views • Lots of recent improvements $399,900

480 CENTERVILLE ROAD, NEWVILLE • 4 bedroom, 1 ½ bath • Kitchen by Carlisle Kitchen Center • Three Season sun porch • Maintenance free deck • Large back yard w/fire ring $209,900

32 CREEKVIEW DRIVE, CARLISLE • Horses, horses, horses • Elegant 3 level home • Deck, inground pool • Horse stall and tack room • Short walk to Yellow Breeches Creek $345,700

530 BOSLER DRIVE, CARLISLE • Charming Forest Park Rancher • Eat-in kitchen, attractive formal rooms • Family room w/vaulted ceiling & fireplace • Large master suite • Fully finished lower level $319,000

Harry Snyder (701-0099)

Joan Wolfe (609-2734)

Harry Snyder (701-0099)

Joan Wolfe (609-2734)

Buz Wolfe (240-5070)

Buz Wolfe (240-5070)


3 NORFOLK COURT, MECHANICSBURG • Must see home in Creekstone • 4 bedrooms, 2 ½ bath, 2,400 sq. ft. • Large family room and open kitchen • Great outdoor firepit off patio $299,900

331 E. OLD YORK ROAD, CARLISLE • Huge classic beauty built to endure • All rooms large • New carpet & laminate in many rooms • Good bones • Next to Yellow Breeches $295,000

27 PRICKLY PEAR DRIVE, CARLISLE • Better than new! • Open floor plan • 1st floor master • Beautiful year round sunroom • Large .85 acre lot w/beautiful views $292,900

Sam McLoota (386-0105)

Harry Snyder (701-0099)

Mitch Gelbaugh (805-7653)

613 DEVONSHIRE DRIVE, CARLISLE • Handsome Borough Cape Cod • Elegant formal rooms • Warm family room w/built-ins • Beautiful hardwood floors • On-going cosmetic upgrades $269,000

18 GLENN VIEW DRIVE, CARLISLE • Upscale duplex in North Ridge • 3 bedrooms, 2 ½ baths w/loft • Living room w/fireplace • Kitchen w/granite c-tops & stainless • Oversized deck w/retractable awning $254,900

809 WELLINGTON DRIVE, CARLISLE • Four bedroom, 2 full, 2 half baths • Formal living & dining rooms • Kitchen w/island • Family room w/fireplace • Tastefully landscaped $249,900

Buz Wolfe (240-5070)

Eric Shryock (385-2184)

Tom Lindsey (580-2820)


355 E. NORTH STREET, CARLISLE • Investment opportunity • Single family & 3 unit • Located near Army War College • Rents at market value $234,000

Wayne Deakin (497-0184)

1404 PHEASANT DRIVE SOUTH, CARLISLE • Tons of upgrades! A must see! • Updated kitchen w/corian counters • New carpet, new windows • Finished lower level • NO association fees $113,900

406 MCLAND ROAD, MT. HOLLY SPRINGS • Quality one-owner ranch • South Middleton Township • Handsome brick front & fenced rear yard • Corner lot • Large finished lower level $189,900

256 S. HANOVER STREET, CARLISLE • Historic Carlisle • 3 story period home • A complete restoration project • 6-car detached garage • Fabulous back yard $199,000

301 GLENDALE STREET, CARLISLE • First time presented • All brick two story • Large corner lot – exceptional • Gorgeous 3 Season Sunroom • Hardwood floors everywhere $219,900

329 AVON DRIVE, CARLISLE • Lovely Chapel Hill 2-story • Corner lot • Updated kitchen & bath • Enclosed porch • Large formal rooms w/built-ins $219,000

Tracy Sharp (497-9214)

Buz Wolfe (240-5070)

Buz Wolfe (240-5070)

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OPEN SUNDAY MARCH 2ND 1:00-3:00 153 D STREET, CARLISLE • Great starter home! • Nicely remodeled & updated • Neat & clean 3 bedrooms, 1 bath • Fenced yard • Large 1-car garage $109,900

806 N. PITT STREET, CARLISLE • Well built all brick rancher • Big fenced yard • Detached 22’x24’ block garage • Family room could be 4th bedroom • Large eat-in kitchen $159,900

Harry Snyder (701-0099)

Buz Wolfe (240-5070)

27 TUNBRIDGE LANE, CARLISLE • 2 bedrooms, 2 baths • Full of light and open space • The “Bancrof” model • One floor living • One of the largest lots in community $174,900

Sam McLoota (386-0105)

48 TUNBRIDGE LANE, CARLISLE • Living room w/gas fireplace • 1st floor master • Lovely sunroom • 2,048 sq. ft., 3 bedrooms, 2 baths • Private wooded rear yard $194,900

Mitch Gelbaugh (805-7653)


• Solid all brick rancher • Adjacent to Dickinson Athletic fields • 4 bedrooms, 2 baths • Fresh paint & new carpet • .55 acre lot, enclosed porch

Eric Shryock (385-2184)


33 South Pitt Street, Carlisle I 243-1551


Saturday, February 22, 2014

Midstate Homes

The Sentinel • D7

Pipes Continued from D5 the pipes are. That can be as simple as opening the cabinets under the kitchen sink, especially if the sink is on an exterior wall. “In some cases, a fan can help with that,” he said. Similarly, if pipes run through a crawl space, using a fan to blow in warmer air from the house’s interior might help, he said. Better insulation is the ultimate fix, Collier said, but getting to the pipes can be tricky because it often means breaking through walls.

When a pipe freezes Do frozen pipes always burst? “You can get lucky,” Collier said. “Once it’s frozen, the damage is done,” he said. “Some kinds of pipes break easier than others when the water inside freezes.” Copper pipes are said to be more vulnerable. It may seem obvious, but

there are two clear ways to know if a pipe has frozen. “A sign of a frozen pipe is you have no water,” Foley said. The other sign: flooding. That can happen when the burst pipe starts to thaw out and the water begins flowing again. If the break is in an exposed piece of pipe, it may mean a flooded basement floor. If it’s in a piece that’s not exposed, the water could seep through a wall. It’s critical that homeowners know how to shut off the water to the entire house; that’s “usually the only way to get the water pressure off the frozen place,” Collier said. Ye s, i t c a n b e a n i n convenience — you can’t take a shower or wash the dishes. You can only flush the toilets once. But it’s the best way to prevent further damage, he said.

you have the skills and confidence to do the repair yourself. A temporary fix might involve cutting away the damaged piece of pipe and replacing it with a rubber hose and clamps until the plumber gets there. The degree of difficulty could depend on how accessible the pipe is. There also are various ta p e s a n d p u t t i e s t h a t might temporarily close the break. And call your insurance agent. Homeowners policies generally cover damage related to pipes that freeze and burst. “The repair of the pipe might be a few hundred dollars,” Hartwig said. “The real issue comes in if the leak damages ceilings, floors, furniture, carpeting, electrical work that might be in the wall.” T h e ave ra ge c l a i m i s What next? about $5,000, according Call a plumber, unless to Foley.

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Midstate Homes

Saturday, February 22, 2014

The new world of light switches, controls and dimmers wires from one control to another. Now, wireless controllers allow control from spots around the room or even another room. Apps, used on either a tablet or smartphone, are also an integral part of modernday lighting control systems. The bonus is that they also can control window treatments and in-home temperature. “It’s just a matter of swapping out existing controls for wireless versions that can communicate with each other,” says Anderson.

Wireless controllers allow control from spots around the room or another room By NewsUSA A lighting switch is just a switch, right? As itturns out, not really. Technology is changing the smallest details in your home — switches, controls and dimmers — to make daily life more beautiful and more functional. The American Lighting Association (ALA) details advances in lighting switches.

New bulbs equal new switches

If you have decided to embrace the energy-smart world that is LED or CFL lightbulbs, there is something that might be hinder-

ing your use of them: your traditional lighting controls. “Traditional lighting controls don’t work very well with the new bulbs,” says Erik Anderson, national sales manager, residential construction for Lutron Electronics Co., Inc. The reason is that the physics of the new bulbs is much different than that of incandescent bulbs. “With LEDs and CFLs, the way the light is emitted is driven by a driver or a ballast, and those don’t naturally dim.” Say you have a fixture with four bulbs; one burns out, and you decide to replace it with an LED-equivalent

version. The old traditional dimmer does not know how to control that mixed load of bulbs, but new specialized dimmers are engineered and designed to work in that situation.

Wireless lighting controls One thing that often stops homeowners from improving the efficiency of lighting controls is wiring. Older systems used to require

The next generation of lightbulbs Many homeowners still see LED as the wave of the future, and to a certain extent it is. But lightbulbs in development will integrate control technologies in

new ways. “These are smart lightbulbs that can fit into any kind of a standard socket,” says Terry McGowan, director of engineering and technology for ALA. “They connect to the Internet, and you can adjust them so they dim up and down, come on at appropriate times, change color, even flash in time with music.” As these new bulbs and controls make their way into wider acceptance in the marketplace, consumers are going to have a shift in how they think about lighting. Visit your local ALAmember retail showroom to see the newest lighting products and switches. To find your closest ALAmember lighting showroom, visit

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2148 Ritner Highway - $270,000 Unique design and quality construction in this South Newton home built in 2009, with 2,567 sq. ft. of finished living area on three levels. There are three bedrooms and three full baths, great room, country kitchen, main level laundry, walk-out lower level with finished family room and full bath, heat pump with C/A, attached, oversized, two-car garage. Also, 1.5 acres with private back yard at edge of woods. Check our website for photos!

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Saturday, February 22, 2014

The Sentinel • D9






OPEN SUNDAY 1-4 PRICES STARTING IN THE $159,900 The Sadler Model 1600 SF w/3 BRs, 2.5 BAs, open kitchen w/breakfast bar, MBR w/vaulted ceiling, walk-in closet and master bath. All appliances included.



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.

Elegant 2 story w/spacious rooms and many extras. First floor MBR, DR w tray ceilings - HW flrs,cherry kit w/island LR w/gas FP, MLS#: 10242554 Directions: Carlisle Pike to Orrs bridge Rd R/ Pamay.

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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

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HOT LISTINGS WHELAN CROSSING $279,500. Yingst Homes custom ranch. HW flrs, vaulted ceilings, cherry kitchen, Corian countertops, gas FP. 750+ SF of fin exposed LL. All appliances. MLS#: 10241671

SOUTH MIDDLETON TWP $249,900. 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

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

SILVER SPRING TOWNSHIP $209,000. Attractive, updated well maintained 3 BR, 1 BA home minutes from schls & shopping. Conveniently situated between Carlisle & West Shore. MLS#: 10247349

SPORTSMAN’S PARADISE $207,000. 46 acres w/approx 20 tillable acres. Plenty of wildlife, large open field. Excellent for hunting or farming. 70 acre farm also available. MLS#: 10244137

NEW CUMBERLAND $169,900. Prime location, short drive to all amenities. 3 BRs, 2 BAs, move-in ready. Many recent updates. Inground pool, screened porch & patio! MLS#: 10248277

YORK TOWNHOME $149,900. Well maintained, shows like new. Lrg MBR w/full BA & walk-in closet. Open flr plan on 2nd flr includes LR, DR & kitchen w/newer appliances. MLS#: 10248385

EAST BERLIN $149,900. Check out this amazing home w/many updated features. New kitchen, great bath & lrg finished bsmt w/walk-out level to private rear patio. MLS#: 10247794

HARMONY HALL COURT $130,000. 2 BR, 2 full BA ranch homeinMiddlesexTwp,Cumberland Valley Schls. Convenient location. Backyard & covered patio. Move-in ready! MLS#: 10248236

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LOWER FRANKFORD TWP $129,000. Remodeled ranch w/drywall throughout, tilt-in windows, new kit cabinets & countertops. FR, remodeled BA. Garage & carport. AHS Warranty. MLS#: 10246257

CARLISLE RANCH $126,900. Well maintained, spacious 3 BR home in CV schls. Nice layout, full walk-out bsmt, lrg att carport, nice deck & yard. Great home! MLS#: 10243909

COURTYARDS OF CARLISLE $108,500. Shows like new! Open 2 BR townhome. New flooring in the LR, DR, kitchen & bath. Fresh paint throughout. New roof. Bing an offer! MLS#: 10245175

COURTYARDS OF CARLISLE $107,000. Well maintained condo including all appl & neutral decor. Brkfst bar, split staircase, gas FP. HOA fee covers lawn, snow, trash & ext ins. MLS#: 10245429

SOUTH MIDDLETON TWP $86,900.Beautiful,level2acrelot to build your dream home. Public water & sewer, mature pines. See it today! MLS#: 10235308

CARLISLE BOROUGH $84,000. With a little TLC this 3 BR, 1 BA home would be a nice home or great for downsizing to one floor living. Home being sold “as is”. MLS#: 10248288

COUNTRY VIEW ESTATES $56,195. Very nice doublewide w/great view of North Mountain. 3 BRs, 2 full BAs, MBR w/garden tub. Lrg EIK w/all appliances. 4 yr old shed conveys. MLS#: 10245103

MECHANICSBURG $42,700. Super nice, like new 2 BR mobile in great location. 2x6 walls, R19 insulation, energy efficient tilt-in windows. New storage shed. MLS#: 10246793

MOUNT HOLLY SPRINGS $35,000. Subdivided buildable .26 ac lot. Water & sewer available across the street. Electric & high pressure gas line in street. Call for plot plan. MLS#: 10243749

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Dillsburg $244,900

WELL MAINTAINED & TASTEFULLY UPDATED TRADITIONAL 2-STORY! • Kitchen with ceramic tile floor, stone backsplash & pantry.

• Family room with open feel & access to private deck/patio area that is great for outdoor entertaining!

Carlisle $194,900 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 $264,900 LAST NEW HOME IN SUMMERFIELD! • 3 Bedrooms, 2 Baths, 2196 sq. ft. • This Tuxford model boasts a large open floor plan, gas fireplace & dual patio doors leading to a huge 9x20 ft patio. • Finished loft, lots of storage, and 2-car garage.

Carlisle $339,900 WONDERFUL 2 STORY WITH FINISHED BASEMENT! • Open kitchen with granite counters • Relaxing backyard deck


Harrisburg $126,900

EXCEPTIONAL HARRISBURG HOME WITH LOADS OF UPDATES! • Extensive updates throughout home, too many to count! • Modern/ Open floor plan.

Carlisle $214,900 SPACIOUS RANCH HOME WITH 2 CAR GARAGE ON CORNER LOT! • Convenient one-level living with nice floor plan • Great location with east commute to I-81

Carlisle $269,900

SPACIOUS 2-STORY TRADITIONAL IN GREAT NEIGHBORHOOD! • Home offers garage/storage space on lower level + 2 car attached garage • 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath offers large cherry kitchen with island and eating area • Carlisle Schools

Newville $369,900 5 BEDROOM FARMHOUSE ON 7.3 ACRES! • Detached Office Building with Heat • Bank Barn and Room for Livestock

Carlisle $369,000


• 4 Bedrooms, 2½ Baths, 2342 sq.ft. • Enjoy the views from covered patio. • 3.81 acres. 2-car attached garage, 2 storage sheds and 24 X 32 detached garage with storage below that could be stable.

Mount Holly Springs $230,000 2 PROPERTIES FOR 1 PRICE!!! • Traditional 2 Story PLUS 3 Unit Apt. Building! • Impeccably Maintained!

Carlisle $279,900 LOW MAINTENANCE LIVING IN A CONVENIENT LOCATION CLOSE TO CARLISLE, I-81, AND SHOPPING! • 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 2943 SQ/FT end unit • Features first floor master and laundry, large loft, sunroom, and plenty of storage.

Carlisle $424,900 PRIVATE LIMESTONE CAPE COD! • 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 baths on 20 acres of land • Outside workshop and wood floors throughout • Large dining room, patio and stone fireplace

Boiling Springs $309,900 STUNNING 1923 BRICK 2-STORY FULL OF UPDATES & CHARM! • Exceptional 1st floor master suite. • 1.75 acre lot in South Middleton School District.

Carlisle $247,500 BRICK 2-STORY IN OLD MOORELAND! • 3 Bedrooms, 1½ Baths, 1818 sq.ft. • 1-car garage. • Front porch and fenced back yard.

Carlisle $312,900 BRICK COLONIAL IN THE HIGHLANDS! • 3-4 Bedrooms, 2½ Baths, 2700 sq. ft. • Hardwood floors, family room with gas fireplace, formal dining room. • Rear deck, patio, quality landscaping.

Mechanicsburg $569,900 WELL MAINTAINED AND THOROUGHLY UPDATED! • 5 Bedrooms, 3½ Baths, 3783 sq. ft. • Over 13 Acres, complete w/ 8-stall horse barn + additional barn. • Spacious kitchen w/center island & maple cabinets, CV schools.

Carlisle $189,900 MOVE IN READY HOME! • 3 Bedrooms, 1.5 bath with beautiful hardwood floors throughout. • Features a sunroom, updated kitchen, and lower level theatre room. • 1 car garage, storage shed, large backyard with patio and hot tub make this a perfect home!

Newville $256,000

CHARMING 2-STORY ON A LARGE WOODED LOT! • 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths with a functional floor plan • Large rooms and updates throughout • Master suite with walk in closet and dual vanity in bath

Carlisle $312,900 GREAT HOME ON 10.85 ACRES ON QUIET COUNTRY ROAD! • 3 Bedrooms, 2½ Baths, 2376 sq. ft. • First floor laundry, private office, upstairs craft room, and private rear patio. • Large open fields for 2-3 horses, 2 detached garages.

Newville $191,900 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 $259,900 ONE STORY LIVING WITH HARDWOODS THROUGHOUT! • 3 bedrooms, 2 bath Ranch • Four season room/ exposed basement! • Convenient location!

Carlisle $339,900 SPACIOUS ALL-BRICK HOME PRICED TO SELL! • 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, with a sunroom off of the kitchen • Private rear patio and kidney shaped pool. • Great location to Mooreland Elementary

Newville $774,900

Carlisle $59,900

REMODELED 1800’S FARM HOUSE ON 10 ACRES, A GEM! • 5 Bedrooms, 3 Baths, 4898 sq.ft. • Awesome kitchen with soap stone tops and traditional fireplace. • HUGE first floor master suite with sitting area and full bath.

WELL PRICED ONE BEDROOM CONDO! • 1 Bedroom, 1 Baths, 788 sq.ft. • Well maintained. • Large living space with balcony.

Midstate Homes

Saturday, February 22, 2014

The Sentinel • D11 Timothy D. Hoffman 717-245-9259 PA008224 • Certified Renovator R-I-18349-09-02545

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KINGS GAP ESTATES • Chelsea Lane, Carlisle

1.25 acre plus lot size. Adjacent to Kings Gap State Park area. Gorgeous mountain views, rural setting. 10 minutes to Carlisle, 15 minutes to Shippensburg. Carlisle Area School District.

New color trends in home exteriors By StatePoint One of the simplest ways to make a big impact on your home’s exterior is with your front door. But if you are tired of the old standards colors, you’re not alone — experts predict bolder trends this year. “Exuberant hues will be popular this year as a way for homeowners to show the world their energy,” says Kate Smith, a color trend forecaster and president of Sensational Color.

“For those going for a classic feel, colors that are vibrant, yet at the same time, offer comfort, warmth and reliability will reign.” For homeowners looking to express their “colorful selves,” consider selecting a paintable fiberglass door with a smooth finish. For example, those from Therma-Tru Classic-Craft Canvas Collection and Pulse, feature clean lines, crisp See Trends, D13


Clarendon • Ashton Street, Carlisle

Upscale community minutes from the new Carlisle Hospital and downtown. 1.25 acre plus lot size. Carlisle Area School District. Building Carlisle’s finest custom homes, featuring quality Andersen® products.

Midstate Homes

D12 • The Sentinel

Saturday, February 22, 2014

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

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13 Hidden Noll Rd., Carlisle • North View Manor • 3 Bedroom, 2 bath • Gas heat with central air • Paved driveway • Rear deck and 2 storage sheds • Refrigerator, washer and dryer convey $20,900


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 $464,900


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 $207,900


328 Lamp Post Ln., Camp Hill

• 4 Bedroom, 3 Bath Ranch • On the Conodoguinet Creek (out of flood plain) • Almost 3,000 square feet • Updated bathrooms and fresh paint • Family room with fireplace • New roof and siding • 2-Car garage or carport $299,000


124 Cedar St.

• 4 Bedrooms (2 on 1st floor) • 1-Car garage • Above ground pool • Replacement windows • Central air • Finished basement $150,000


104 Flamingo Rd., Mechanicsburg

• 3 Bedrooms • 2.5 Baths • CV School District • Finished basement • 1-Car garage • New heat pump $205,900



337 Woodbridge Dr., Etters • 3 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths • New Energy Efficient Heat Pump and Hot Water Heater • Granite Counter Tops/Stainless Steel Appliances • Open Floor Plan with Vaulted Ceiling • 2 Car Garage • Well-Maintained $193,500


402 Touchstone Dr., Carlisle

Summerfield • 2 Bedrooms • 2 Bath • 2-Car garage • Gorgeous landscaping • Stamped concrete • Security system $203,900


4 Tunbridge Ln., Carlisle

• Greenfield • 2 Bedroom • 2.5 Bath • 1-Car garage • First floor laundry • Living room with vaulted ceiling $179,900


128 Crossroad School Rd.

• 4 Bedrooms, 3.5 Baths • 1st Floor master • Family room with gas fireplace • Open floor plan • Geothermal heating/cooling • 4.66 Acres with gorgeous views! $369,900


1967 Fry Loop Ave., Carlisle • 3 Bedrooms • Central air • Forced air/oil heat • 0.60 Acres • 2-Car detached garage

285 Alters Rd., Carlisle • 1,400 Square feet • 3 Bedrooms, 2.Baths • 2.3 Acres • Oversize 2-car garage • New roof, windows, furnace, C/A, well






212 Sunset Dr., Mt. Holly Springs • 4 Bedroom • 2.5 Bath • Cul-de-sac location • Finished walk-out basement • Large Deck • Patio $262,900


1207 Pine Rd., Carlisle

• 3 Bedroom 1.5 Bath updated 2-story • 1.48 Acres • Country kitchen • Formal dining room • Garage/workshop and outbuilding • Ideal for a contractor or home business. $139,900


183 Hoot Owl Rd.

• 1,400 Sq. Ft., Built 2006 • 3 Bedrooms, 2 baths • 1.67 Acres • Oversized 2-car garage • 24’ x 24’ Pole building workshop • Finished basement w/bath and 408 SF sunroom • Gas fireplace $ 199,900

30 S. Baltimore Ave, Mt. Holly Springs

• 2 Bedroom, 2.5 bath raised ranch on 1.42 acres • Newer siding, hot water heater and 200 amp service • Beautiful hardwood floors • Wood burning fireplace and fireplace with insert • Central air • 1-Car garage $149,500

467 Oak Flat Rd., Newville

• 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Double Wide • 1.18 Acres with beautiful views! • Open kitchen with new cabinets and flooring • Dining area with stone wood burning fireplace • Remodeled bathrooms with tub/shower combos • Separate master suite $139,900


210 Shirley Ln.

INDIAN HILLS • 6 Bedrooms • 3.5 Bath • Finished Basement • 2-car garage • Sunroom • Over 3,500 square feet $358,500


53 E. North St.

• 3 Bedrooms • 1.5 Baths • 1-Car detached garage • All brick • Gorgeous woodwork • Shows beautifully $149,900


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1317 N. Pitt St.

• 3 Bedrooms • 1.5 Baths • Finished basement • Updated kitchen • Fenced rear yard • Off street parking



50 Sir William Dr. • 3 Bedroom • 2.5 Bath • 2-Car garage • Patio, deck, shed • Gas fireplace • A real cream puff $203,900

27 Walnut St., Boiling Springs

• 3 Bedroom • 2 Bath • 1,838 Square feet • Family room with gas fireplace • Covered front porch • Off street parking $142,500

1283 Boiling Springs Rd., Boiling Springs • 3 Bedroom 2-story • 1,267 Square feet • 2-Car detached garage • Needs some updating • Large sunroom • Central air on first floor $96,900

62 Garilee Ln.

• 3 Bedrooms • 2 Bath • Cul-de-sac location • Exposed walk-out basement • Hot Tub/Above Ground Pool/Shed • Updated Gorgeous Kitchen $200,000

Midstate Homes

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Trends Continued from D11 angles and attractive glass configuration options, and are ideal for adding personal expression to a home. According to Smith, the top five door colors for the “exuberant homeowner” in 2014 include: • Capri: A tropical blue that wakes up natural woods and neutral surroundings, this hue adds a splash of energy. • Raucous Orange: This color demands attention with its energetic tone and makes the perfect punctuation point for homes with a modern look. • Dynamo: This flirty violet hue instantly updates traditional color schemes for a trendier home front. • Relic Bronze: A deep, almost brown mustard color, “Relic Bronze” reflects aged beauty. • Quixotic Plum: This sophisticated deep purple is where trendy meets timeless. The top five door colors for those following the more classic trend of comfort, as identified by Smith include: • Georgian Bay: Brighter than dark navy, this stepabove reserved blue is a trusted color when it comes to the welcoming message it sends to family and friends. • Show Stopper: Like classic red at dusk, “Show

Stopper” adds a touch of mystery to this bright hue. A slight spin on traditional red, this color warmly welcomes people to a home. • Polished Mahogany: The deep, rich shade of brown has a staying power that traverses trends and captures a solid feeling for homeowners. • Classic French Grey: Stepping out of the shadows to stand on its own, this cool, neutral grey will continue to rule the palette in 2014. • Gulfstream: This bright, modern blue has an ofthe-moment appeal. At the same time, it still feels rooted in something familiar and nostalgic for homeowners. Whether you follow new trends or stick to tradition, don’t forget to take your entire home’s exterior into consideration. From roof to door, a “top down” approach can help you pick color combinations that are eye-pleasing and flow naturally to create curb appeal. For tips on picking the perfect colors for your home’s exterior, including the front door, download a free copy of Smith’s e-book at This year, don’t conform or be bored. With a paintable door, you can make fresh updates as often as you like.

The Sentinel • D13

Top 2014 trends

Meeting buyer demands in a seller’s market By Brandpoint With many real estate industry watchers predicting 2014 will be a seller’s market, you may think you won’t need to do much to sell your home this spring. Not so fast - while more buyers are likely to be competing for homes, that doesn’t mean they’re willing to settle for less than perfect. In fact, coming out of the real estate crash of a few years ago, buyers have learned the importance of getting the maximum value for their home investment. While home prices are expected to rise in 2014, buyers continue to have high expectations. Homes that meet buyers’ lists of “must-haves” and “wouldlove-to-have” features will be positioned to sell more quickly and closer to - or above - list price, experts and cooling costs through say. So what are homebuy- good insulation, or cut elecers looking for in 2014? tricity bills with energysipping appliances. Modern Whole-home, buyers, however, are interbeautiful energy ested in homes that take a efficient features holistic approach to energy In the earliest days of the efficiency. That means supefficiency trend, many buy- plementing energy savings ers would have settled for a with more thoughtful feahouse that reduced heating tures like daylighting and

making features like ENERGY STAR-qualified skylights particularly popular. In fact, 55 percent of homebuyers in a National Association of Home Builder’s survey said skylights are desirable or essential. Skylight manufacturer VELUX America notes that installing no-leak, solar-powered fresh air (venting) skylights not only enhances indoor air quality, but can boost energy efficiency, working in concert with windows. Add remote-controlled, solar-powered blinds and skylight energy performance ratings can improve as much as 45 percent. And solar powered skylights and blinds, as well as the installation costs, are eligible for a 30 percent Federal tax credit.

Smarter size and space natural ventilation through energy-efficient skylights, using solar-powered water heaters, and employing intelligent controls for skylights, other lighting and heating/cooling systems. Buyers want energy-efficient upgrades that also offer high aesthetic appeal in addition to functionality,

While buyers will always look to get the most bang for their buck, many are deciding that “bang” does not necessarily mean “bigger.” The great recession saw many families downsize into smaller homes - with more manageable See Buyers, D14


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D14 • The Sentinel

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Buyers Continued from D13 mortgages. Even with the economy moving again, many homeowners have found they like the efficiency and utility of smaller, more purposeful spaces. The functionality of a room is now as important as its size. Buyers will continue to embrace rooms that make the most of the space available, such as compact kitchens that maximize storage, smaller bathrooms that optimize lighting efficiency and privacy, while saving wall space through use of skylights, and open rooms that serve multiple purposes. To see how skylights would look in any room in your home, get a skylight planner app, take pictures in your home, and overlay skylights and blinds on the images with a few clicks.

Aging-in-place potential As more baby boomers approach and enter their golden

years, homebuyers are looking toward the future and seeking homes that offer the potential of allowing them to age in place. In demand are home features that not only look good now (such as an open floor plan or larger bathroom) but that can be easily adapted for older occupants who may face challenges with mobility, vision and other age-related issues. A range of home features fit the bill, including ground-floor bedrooms, ample natural lighting to enhance vision, open floor plans that minimize obstacles to mobility, larger bathrooms that can easily be fitted with grab bars, kitchens with age-friendly features such as touch faucets, and smaller yards with lower maintenance requirements. While higher demand and less inventory are likely to make 2014 a better year for sellers than buyers, if you’re selling your home, knowing what buyers are looking for can help ensure a faster, more rewarding sale - in any market.

Budget-friendly ideas for creating an entertaining space By Brandpoint Each year there is a plethora of sports games, birthday parties and holidays to celebrate with friends and family. Now is the ideal time to create an impressive entertaining space in your home - one that you will be proud to share and truly enjoy throughout the year, whatever the occasion. The good news is, with a few simple strategies, it’s easy and affordable to create the perfect gathering area. Just imagine the memories your family will make snuggled on a plush new couch reading stories, or cheering their favorite soccer or football team to victory while watching a new flatscreen TV. You can set

the stage to make a lasting impression by preparing your home now for guests. Here are easy ways to upgrade your space, and your electronics, without busting your budget.

Freshen furniture Whether guests stay for a few hours or a few days, you want them to be comfortable. Having adequate furniture is key. If your current couch and recliners are more shabby than chic, it’s time to upgrade. New, plush furniture can be within your budget with lease-to-own alternatives.

Accessorize One of the most affordable ways to give your family room a facelift is by

strategically adding a few new decorative accessories. Whether you just got a new couch or want to update your current furniture, new pillows, throws and blankets are perfect for keeping guests toasty warm no matter how low the temperatures drop. P i l l ows a re g rea t fo r lounging and, when you’re hosting a large group, can be used on the floor to keep everyone comfy. A few good blankets - whether in a festive shade to celebrate a particular holiday or the hues of your favorite sport’s team - add a splash of personality while keeping guests cozy.

Electronic entertainment Setting the scene for the perfect party is easy when you have the right entertainment prepped beforehand. Start by having some music ready to get everyone in a festive mood from the moment they arrive. From traditional family favorites to modern tunes, music sets the tone when softly played in the background during the party. Your TV should be center stage, offering guests access to the big game, classic movies and much more. To really impress loved ones, a new flat screen TV is sure to “wow.” The entire family will enjoy fun entertainment options like an Xbox

360, Blu Ray DVD player or you’re serving up gameSmart Home Theater. day appetizers or traditional hors d’oeuvres, make Rethink the sure it’s easy for your guests arrangement to grab snacks and go. Set Before guests arrive, con- up an appetizer table ussider rearranging the rooms ing affordable and convewhere people will congre- nient food prep tools, like gate for optimal function slow cookers, to keep food at your party. Think about hot and delicious. Guests how guests will use the will gobble up your dishes space and place furniture as they mingle and enjoy accordingly. Cluster seat- themselves. A good host knows preping together to encourage conversation, and face the aration is key to a memoramain pieces of furniture ble party, so start today to toward a focal point, like ensure your home is ready the TV. By keeping flow and for all the upcoming celefunction in mind as your brations. To learn how you arrange the area, you’ll can create an impressive better define the space and entertaining space with maximize its potential use. budget-friendly ideas, visit Food is often a part of and, whether friendly25.

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Saturday, February 22, 2014

The Sentinel • D15

OPEN SUNDAY FROM 1-3 Parkview Drive, Carlisle DON’T DELAY!! There are just 4 of these brand new, energy efficient townhomes left to chose from. Stop by today and get more details on the over $38,000 grant money that is available to all qualified buyers when you purchase one of these beautiful homes. Host; Walter “Biff” Bond 385-2173 Dir.: E North St, L/ Garrison to Parkview

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Located in the borough of Newville 3 Bedrooms/ 2.5 baths 1st Floor bedroom & laundry Off-street parking with garage

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5 Bedrooms/ 2.5 baths Master suite with 2-sided fireplace Large, attached 3 car garage Cumberland Valley Schools

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3 Bedrooms/ 1.5 baths Set behind a wrought iron fence Balcony overlooking back yard Walk to Downtown & Dickinson

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Ranch home for under $200,000 3 Bedrooms/ 3 full baths Finished walkout lower level Located in Carlisle Schools

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3 Bedrooms/ 1.5 baths Attic provides area for 4th BR Basement for lots of storage space Located in the borough of Mechanicsburg

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Located in Pheasant Run Easy, maintenance free living Priced at only $52,500 All appliances convey

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Great 3 bedroom Rancher Hardwood floors throughout Features a new roof Off-street parking and carport

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Located in Historic Boiling Springs 2nd Level includes den or additional BR Corner lot w/ gardens & fruit trees Off-street parking with 2 car garage

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Updated 3 bedroom/ 3 bath home Finished 20x24 building w/ loft & basement Additional 16x20 pole barn 2-Tiered deck with pool

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3 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths Easy, low maintenance living Energy efficient w/ thermopane windows Walk to play area & community pool

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4 Bedrooms/ 1.5 baths 1.43 Acre country lot Attached 2 car garage Between Carlisle & Shippensburg

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Custom built Cape Cod 4 Bedrooms/ 2.5 baths Spacious 6000 sq. ft. home Too many upgrades to list

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3 Bedrooms/ 2 full baths Cozy living room with fireplace Consists of 2 lots for 1.25 acres Located in Carlisle Schools

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1 ½ Story Cabin/ bungalow Features 2 bedrooms & bath Located near Caledonia State Park Great get-away or live in year round

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Located in Chapel Hill area 3 Bedrooms/ 1.5 baths Formal living room & family room .83 Acre lot with patio & mature landscaping

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Spacious contemporary townhome 3 Bedrooms/ 2.5 baths Attached 2 car garage Finished lower level

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D16 • The Sentinel

Saturday, February 22, 2014

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to see multiple photos of these homes plus photos and details on over 200 open houses from area brokers.

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

Current use is church. Gather round w/congregation, or arts & craft. RET10245732 $24,900. Call Gary L Shulenberger, 245-0225.

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

View of mountains from this 2 BR 1.5 bath well maintained home. RET10242167 $107,999. Call Linda Shover, 245-0225.

Harrisburg Schls 2 BR, 1 Bath. RET10245980 $115,000. Call Heather Neidlinger, 245-0225.

Immaculate 2BR 2+ bath End Unit w/ spacious rooms, all appliances incl. RET10236700 $123,900. Call Tricia Negley, 245-0225.

3BR close to Dickinson College & Carlisle YMCA. Formal DR, gas heat. RET10226072 $124,900. Call Bill Shearer, 245-0225.

Fabulous bldg lot in rural area yet very convenient to all amenities. RET10228843 $125,000. Call Heather Neidlinger, 2450225.

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West Perry Schls 3 BR, 1 Bath. RET10245282 $129,900. Call Christine Ferringer, 245-0225.

4 unit w/decks to each one, sep electric; 7 total BR, 4 total baths. RET10242700 $135,900. Call Heather Neidlinger, 2450225.

Tasteful 3BR brick Cape Cod. Frplc. Formal dining rm, bsmt, gas heat. RET10243549 $139,900. Call Heather Neidlinger, 245-0225.

New kitchen & bath, newer roof, lg deck, upgraded elect, off-st park. RET10227855 $144,900. Call Linda Shover, 245-0225.

Engaging 3BR/2BA Ranch. Frplc. Twocar garage. RET10240320 $145,000. Call Heather Neidlinger, 245-0225.

Two unit, walk to downtown Mount Holly. Great cash flow as rental. RET10243813 $149,900. Call Ben Espenshade, 2450225.

Beautiful wooded 11.27 acres in Clean & Green. Build your dream home. RET10231293 $150,000. Call Heather Neidlinger, 245-0225.

Carlisle Schls 3 BR, 1 Bath. RET10243637 $154,900. Call Ben Espenshade, 2450225.

1,482 sqft traditional two story on 2.15 acres. 3 bedrooms, and 2 baths RET10246367 $159,900. Call Heather Neidlinger, 245-0225.

S Middleton Schls 3 BR, 1.5 Baths. RET10244133 $179,500. Call Mary Hawkins, 245-0225.

Shippensburg Schls 3 BR, 2.5 Baths. RET10244159 $184,900. Call Linda Shover, 245-0225.

2,548 sqft home features 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, hardwood floors RET10244872 $194,900. Call Heather Neidlinger, 2450225.

3BR 2+ bath corner lot home in Heatherlands. Formal DR, FP, garage. RET10231522 $195,000. Call Heather Neidlinger, 245-0225.

All brick 3-level 3 BR 2 bath Townhome near Dickinson w/newer furnace. RET10230351 $199,900. Call Linda Shover, 245-0225.



Carlisle Schls 4 BR, 2 Baths. RET10248388 $164,900. Call Bill Shearer, 245-0225.



Enjoy mountain views & country S Middleton Schls 4 BR, 2.5 Baths. Cumberland Valley Schls 4 BR, 2.5 Baths. Stunning mountainside English Tudor Upper Adams Schls 5 BR, 3.5 Baths. 6BR 5BA mountain homestead on setting. 3-4 BR, new furnace & A/C. RET10248423 $249,900. Call Linda RET10243198 $273,500. Call Nancy on 6 acres w/4BR, 2.5BA, fin bsmt. RET10241647 $599,000. Call Linda 37.8 wooded acres. In-law apartment. RET10240663 $369,900. Call Jillian Shover, 245-0225. RET10245521 $214,900. Call Gary L Shover, 245-0225. RET10236373 $784,000. Call Tricia Altmeyer, 245-0225. McGeehan, 245-0225. Shulenberger, 245-0225. Negley, 245-0225. © 2013 An independently owned and operated broker member of BRER Affiliates LLC. Prudential, the Prudential logo and the Rock symbol are registered service marks of Prudential Financial, Inc. and its related entities, registered in many jurisdictions worldwide. Used under license with no other affiliation of Prudential. Equal Housing Opportunity.

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