Manheim Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Pennsylvania
The community of Manheim, Pennsylvania, is a borough located in Lancaster County. As a quaint bedroom community, Manheim offers quiet country living that is typical in the rolling hills of Central Pennsylvania. The community was founded in 1762 by Henry William Stiegel, a native of Cologne on the Rhine in Germany. The town was officially incorporated as a borough in 1982 with a man by the name of David May serving as its first Burgess.
Manheim is part of a select list of Pennsylvania towns that pre-date the Revolutionary War. Of additional interest historically is the fact that the land on which the town was laid out has a close connection with the family of the colony's founder, William Penn. A one-time center for glass and iron making and home of the Red Rose Church, Manheim is a history lover's dream as the town has a lot of historical points of interest to explore. There are numerous places to stay, an abundance of fine restaurants for fine dining, unmatched natural beauty and many shopping and recreational opportunities. Housing options in Manheim are plentiful with single-family homes, condos and townhomes, ranches, rural and farm land anchoring the market.
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