Where to look for Apartments for Rent – Hampden Township
Hampden Township is a lovely place to live, and what better way to see if it is right for you than to find an apartment for rent? Hampden Township is located in western Cumberland County. East Pennsboro Township separates it from Dauphin County, while to the north, Blue Mountain marks the border with Perry County.
With a population of over 24,000 in the 2000 census, Hampden Township is Cumberland County’s largest municipality. That doesn’t mean that it is all hustle and bustle. In fact, the township is proud of its natural beauty, maintaining over 100 acres of recreational facilities and parkland. Of course, Cumberland County itself is home to three state parks and, as if that wasn’t enough, there is also a 70-par course in the area, managed by Hampden township. Apartments for rent in the township are perfect for all kinds of people, from singles and students to couples and retirees. Give us a call today to find the best one for you.
Find your Dream Hampden Township Apartment for Rent with Triple Crown Corporation
We select only the best Hampden Township rental properties and are always seeking out new apartments and houses to add to our selection. No matter what it is you want, need or desire, you will be sure to find the home of your dreams when you review our rental properties. Hamden Township is an ideal location for all kinds of people, and so we offer a range of different properties in the area. Our professional team would love to speak to you about our properties today.
“My family lived at Georgetown Crossing from July 2014-January 2015. While there, the maintenance crew was top notch. They try hard to make you feel at “home”. In my years of renting, I haven’t come across a better maintenance crew than the guys at Georgetown! When I left, I felt like I left some friends behind because you end up knowing them by name, and build relationships with them. When entering the office, someone was always there to greet you and guide you in the right direction for assistance. We welcomed a new puppy into our home in late November 2014, she was welcomed and enjoyed by the neighbors and workers alike. Ending our lease was an easy transition for sure, a check list was even offered to give helpful reminders during a hectic moving period.
I will remember the friends I made within the Georgetown staff.”