Berkshire Commons at Rolling Ridge
Whatever stage of life you’re in, Rolling Ridge is the perfect place to call home! With both single family lots and luxury townhomes from which to choose, you’re certain to find the living arrangement that best suits you and your family.
Berkshire Commons at Rolling Ridge is currently in the planning phase and will be offered in the future.
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Rolling Ridge is the area’s only Planned Residential Community – a concept that ensures your new home investment retains its value by monitoring and approving architectural standards through established neighborhood covenants. All lots are automatically members of the Homeowners’ Association – an organization that plans community events.
You’ve heard that location is important – and Rolling Ridge delivers! Located just inside Milton Borough, Rolling Ridge is convenient to Routes 15, I-180, and I-80. You’re just minutes from Lewisburg, Williamsport, Berwick, Danville and Harrisburg.
For more information on Rolling Ridge, contact us at (570) 523-3203 or request information online.
|Avalon Slab||1,652||2 / 2 / 2||$0|
|Avalon Basement||1,652||2 / 2 / 2||$0|
|Bristol 1 (Ranch) Slab||1,715||2 / 2 / 2||$0|
|Bristol 1 (Ranch) Basement||1,715||2 / 2 / 2||$0|
|Bristol 2 (Two-Story) Slab||Optional 4th Bedroom||2,470||3 / 3 / 2||$0|
|Bristol 2 (Two-Story) Basement||Optional 4th Bedroom||2,470||3 / 3 / 2||$0|
Live, work and play within minutes of great shopping, recreation and community services.
>5 local public golf courses within a 25 mile radius.
>Numerous trout/bass fishing streams and ponds.
>(2) 15+ store shopping malls
>Numerous town/county/state parks
>Minor league baseball in Williamsport
>Cultural events at Bucknell and Susquehanna Universities
>Knoebels Grove Amusement park
>Excellent medical facilities in The Geisinger Medical Center and Evangelical Hospital
>Susquehanna River walks
>Local town festivals like Sunbury Days, Danville Iron festival, Mifflinburg’s Kris Krindle celebration