Littlestown Area School District Real Estate

    The Littlestown Area School District covers a 50-square-mile portion of Adams County, including the communities of Littlestown, Union and Germany Townships, as well as parts of Mount Joy Township and Bonneauville Borough. The 2010 census showed that the population served by Littlestown Area School District had fallen to 14,856 from 18,235 as of the 2000 census. The median family income in the area served by Littlestown Area School District was $40,063 as of 2009, well below the Pennsylvania median income of $49,501 and the United States median income of $49,445 in the same year.

    As of the 2007-2008 school year, the Littlestown Area School District employed 181 teachers serving 2,281 students. The District received about $9.5 million state funding during that school year as well. The district includes a primary, intermediate, middle and high school, as well as services that include special education and programs for hearing, visual and speech disabled students.

    CENTURY 21 Core Partners: Your Local Littlestown Area School District Real Estate Experts

    When you’re interested in Littlestown Area School District homes for sale, trust CENTURY 21 Core Partners with your search. We have deep experience in Adams County, as well as unique insights into Upper Adams School District real estate. We can provide a look at the benefits of Littlestown Area School District as well as a look at how it compares to nearby options.

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    Helping You Find Homes in the Littlestown Area School District

    Our website is the perfect place to start your search for homes for sale in Littlestown Area School District. We keep an up-to-date listing of available homes, including informational details and photo galleries. These listings help you experience the neighborhoods and get a feel for the types of homes available.

    Relocation Guide for Littlestown, PA

    A former agricultural community that has become the perfect commuter town, Littlestown is a great option for those who work in places like Harrisburg, York and even Baltimore but don’t particularly prefer the urban lifestyle. There are a number of lovely single-family homes you’ll find among Littlestown, PA, real estate listings, and our relocation guide can help you find everything you need after you move in.

    Bank

    It’s easy to get your banking done in Littlestown. There’s a PNC Bank right in the heart of Littlestown, PA, at 400 W. King St., for checking, online banking, auto loans and most other banking needs. If that’s not to your taste, you’ll be happy to know that there’s a Bank of Hanover & Trust Co. right next door. Other options in nearby Hanover include an M&T Bank at 100 Frederick St., a Wells Fargo at 1153 Carlisle St. and a Bank of America at 630 Baltimore St.

    Grocery Stores

    If you move to Littlestown, PA, there’s a very good chance you’ll be getting to know Kennie’s Market quite well. Also located in the heart of the town, on 520 W. King St., Kennie’s is open every day until 10 p.m. (9 p.m. on Sundays). There’s a GIANT food store in nearby Hanover on 801 Baltimore St. and a Food Lion on 830 W. King. If organic groceries are a must, your best bet is probably to head east over the state line to Maryland and hit MOM’s Organic Market in Jessup at 7351 Assateague Drive.

    Shopping Centers

    There are a number of cute boutique stores in and around Littlestown, like Ma’s General Store and Koony’s Barn Antiques. But if you’re looking for a major shopping center, your best bet is to pop over to Hanover and visit the North Hanover Mall at 1155 Carlisle St. It features everything from clothing stores to eateries to a Game Stop and an Auto Zone.

    Restaurants

    There’s a restaurant option to fit just about every mood and food preference in and around Littlestown. A lot of the time, you’ll be heading over to the food trucks at 523 Queen St., where you can enjoy Crabby Scott’s seafood, with some of the freshest, meatiest steamed crabs in PA and plenty of other seafood favorites. Or, if you’re a meat lover, try authentic pit-cooked beef at Joe’s Pit Stop.

    Parks

    Green spaces and outdoor recreation spots in Littlestown include Littlestown Park at 151 E. Lakeview Drive, Adams Hanover-Crouse Park at 50 Crouse Park and Appler Field 4, McSherry’s Park at 100 Marvin St. Littlestown Park is a great park for kids, with trails to walk, streams to enjoy, picnic spaces, sports fields and a playground.

    Major Events

    The most exciting event in Littlestown is probably the annual summer carnival sponsored by the Alpha Fire Company. Held for a week on Maple Avenue, it’s a great place to take the family for a night of fun with rides, pit-cooked meats and other attractions. If you miss it, don’t worry — carnivals are a regular occurrence in and around Hanover and Littlestown.

    If these locations sound exciting to you and you’re thinking of moving to the area, contact CENTURY 21 Core Partners today for help!

     

    Agents Who Know the Littlestown Area School District

    Our team makes the difference. At CENTURY 21 Core Partners, we offer a group of real estate agents who know and understand the many school district options in Adams County, as well as how to make the most of your search for Littlestown Area School District homes for sale. Whether you’re moving to Adams County for work or to enjoy the peaceful, small-town Pennsylvania lifestyle, don’t go it alone when making an investment in your new home. Count on one of our experienced, knowledgeable real estate agents to help you find the perfect fit in Littlestown Area School District real estate.

    Get Started Today

    Your search doesn’t have to wait. Get started today by browsing Littlestown Area School District homes for sale on our website, and contact us directly to begin working with an agent. The home of your dreams in Littlestown Area School District — or another Adams County school district — is only a phone call away.