You deserve to have it all at Georgetown Crossing! Our 2 and 3 bedroom townhome community is so close to nature nestled along the Conodoguinet Creek yet only 2 miles from shopping, RT 114, I-81 and the Carlisle Pike. Some homes have garage and all homes a full, unfinished basement (great for storage!). We have amenities galore - sparkling community pool, clubhouse with fitness center and hot spot, playground, sports court, golf cages, bark park, paw spa, car care center, complimentary video library and monthly resident events. We offer on-site management and maintenance to better serve you.
12-month lease is standard. Contact us for short-term and other available options.
We love living in the community.. they are very attentive to any concerns , they keep the property manicured beautiful, there is so much to do for kids, weather it be basketball on the court, swimming in the pool, playing football in the field, biking safely, and much more events sponsored by the community, you and your family will feel like your on vacation. No worries.. Excellent staff and maintenance and friendly community. Thank you Georgetown Crossing
I moved to Georgetown Crossing in 2002. I picked this location for my family because it was close to everything I needed: good schools, shopping, and employment opportunities. Not only for those reasons, I chose Georgetown Crossing because it was the only development I had looked at that has wide open spaces for my growing children to run and play freely. There are many amenities for both adults and children to enjoy. I couldn't imagine a nicer place to live.
We've been here for 6 yrs now, we like the location and plan on staying until the kids graduate (5 yrs). We've been through several revolving office/maintenance personnel and they've always been friendly and helpful to us. The issues I have with the property are corporate dictated. We've complained about the lawn care and how long it takes to get the grass cut, especially what we call the tall outer grass, there's been no weeding/mulching done since we moved in. Some dead bushes have finally just been replaced this fall. We had a couple of smoke detectors die this year and when asked to have all replaced because they were manufactured in 2001 (they're only good for 10 yrs) we were told corporate wouldn't allow it. Eventually we did get all replaced, but only after 4 of 7 died. Spring/fall maintenance is replacing the air filter. They don't clean/replace dryer vents or anything to do with the HVAC system unless you specifically request/complain about it. And several employees live on property and have hardwood flooring, yet those of us whose rent increases yearly can't get it- unless we want to pay for it out-of-pocket and it would have to be high quality flooring yet out carpeting in low quality. Property personnel living here, also, don't always follow the rules and regulations in the leasing contract, but they, also, haven't enforced it necessarily with the tenants which is both a plus and minus.
I have only one suggestion: if a maintenance person lived on site at Georgetown Crossing, overnight emergencies and lock outs could be attended to right away. For example plumbing or heating/cooling emergencies could be responded to faster. For lock outs, a modest fee much less than a locksmith could be charged, and the profits would go directly to Georgetown Crossing instead of a locksmith. The customer service for an on-site, on call, worker would be nothing less than excellent.
Our kitchen floor has to be changed (laminate peeling of). This issue is known for 2 years but, every time we bring this up, We will look into it . The level of residents have dropped tremendously since we first moved in. Now i can't let my kids play outside at night. When it snows, there is no sense of urgency on cleaning the streets.