Penn Manor School District Homes for Sale

Penn Manor School District Homes for Sale

Penn Manor School District Real Estate

A large, mostly rural area, Penn Manor School District has some of the counties most scenic drives and historic homes as its country roads wind along through the hillsides that make up the Susquehanna river valley. Consisting of many farms, gentleman farms and single family homes, Penn Manor also has many modern neighborhoods built in the 1970’s, 1980’s and 1990’s in and around the town of Millersville, PA. Millersville really has an old town feel with it’s main street (George Street ) leading right into the heart of the University Proper, along which you’ll find older wooden framed homes. Near George street and within walking distance are neighborhoods of moderately sized homes some Cape Cod in design built in the 1950’s and 1960’s. A bit further out you’ll find town home communities and condominiums, some surrounding Crossgates Golf course built in the 1990’s.

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Penn Manor School District

Penn Manor School District lies on the South Western border of Lancaster County. Bordered to the north by Hempfield and to the south by Solanco, the area is also home to Lancaster Counties largest school of higher learning Millersville University.
Penn Manor School District consists of seven elementary schools. Central Manor Elementary School, Conestoga Elementary School, Eshleman Elementary School, Hambright Elementary School, LeTort Elementary School, Martic Elementary School and Pequea Elementary School. Two Middle Schools, Marticville Middle School and Manor Middle School. And one High School, Penn Manor High School. Penn Manor School District is a member of Lancaster – Lebanon Intermediate Unit (IU) 13.

History of Penn Manor & Manor Township, PA

Manor Township roots trace back to the very first days of Pennsylvania. Irrefutable historians have stated that William Penn had intents on making this area of Lancaster County bordered by the Susquehanna river the states capital. William Penn dispatched Captain Thomas Holme, commissioner and surveyor general, in 1682 to choose a site for the Capital of Pennsylvania. Holme first laid out what came to be known as Philadelphia. Next he mapped out an area near the convergence of the Conestoga and Susquehanna rivers which today is part of Manor Township.

Penn Manor School District Website

Penn Manor High School
100 East Cottage Avenue
Millersville, PA 17551-1518
(717) 872-9520