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New Homes in Greencastle, Pennsylvania
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NEW HOMES IN GREENCASTLE
You're going to love living in Greencastle, Pennsylvania. Located close to the Maryland state line, this Franklin County community is full of old-fashioned charm and friendly faces. The historic roots run deep in Greencastle, which was founded in 1782 by John Allison, a personal friend of President George Washington. Today, vestiges of past eras can be viewed at numerous historic sites like the old Cumberland Valley Railroad passenger station along the Highline at West Baltimore and Jefferson Streets. Residents adore being so close to so much history, while also staying within easy reach of all there is to see and do throughout the Dutch Country Roads Region and beyond. Learn more about our new construction Ryan homes for sale in Greencastle, PA, and discover the one that's right for you.
Life for new Ryan homeowners in Greencastle is full of possibilities. Spend your days outdoors at Jerome R. King Playground. The park includes a veteran's memorial band shell, pavilions, tennis courts, baseball field, swings and slides, all covering 15 acres within the borough's limits. Greencastle is also home to the Lilian S. Besore Memorial Library, the Tayamentasachta Environmental Center and the Allison-Antrim Museum, which is dedicated to the preservation of local items of interest and the promotion of the area's history.
EASY TRAVEL ACCESS
A brand-new Ryan home in Greencastle is ideally located, whether you're traveling locally or venturing far from home. Antrim Way takes drivers directly into the heart of downtown, or choose to take I-81 for commutes to and from work in surrounding areas. Visiting neighboring cities is a breeze too. Washington, D.C., is 84 miles away, while Baltimore is only 70 miles from home. Trips to places like Pittsburgh and Philadelphia are just over 150 miles away in either direction. Discover all the great moments that are waiting in this Franklin County community you'll love to call home!