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Old 01-21-2015, 11:43 AM
 
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My wife and I are looking to move to the Carlisle area. We are interested in the area in the northeast part of the City (Schlusser); east of Spring Road and the Wertz Run. Near Old Coach Lane.

Any information or advice on this area will be greatly appreciated.
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Old 06-14-2015, 09:28 PM
 
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Are you still looking for information about this area? It's not far from where I live in North Middleton Twp just north of Carlisle Borough. Though new housing developments are popping up in recent years, this township still has a number of US which are zoned as rural, and not likely to change, and has a few very nice, and well-maintained, township parks. Since we are near the US Army War College/Carlisle Barracks, there are some rental housing options, and of course, some lovely residential homes with varying property size options, from condo apartments or townhouses to farms. If you're looking near at property adjacent to the creek or run, though, make sure the house is on higher ground, as in years with lots of snow and rain lower areas flood very impressively.

The school district, if that matters is Carlisle Area Schools, which is a good-sized and good school system. And overall the area is rural, but also a bit diversified thanks to the military presence and Dickinson college.

If you have specific questions or concerns about what the area has to offer, I'd be happy to try to answer them. It's a pretty nice area to live in.

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