The community of Spring Grove is a welcoming York County borough that offers its residents quite a bit of benefits in a small 1.1 square mile community. This particular area is known for its small-town atmosphere, with a quiet, family-friendly community for residents to enjoy. From a great location between York and Hanover—just 4.5 miles off of Route 30 providing access to the rest of York County to the friendly residents and comfortable homes, Spring Grove is worth considering in your search for real estate in this neck of the woods.
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Spring Grove is home to 2,167 people as of the 2010 census. Because the small town atmosphere appeals to families with children, the population is relatively young. The average age of the residents is 37.5, which is slightly younger than the age for the city as a whole. The average income for those living in Spring Grove is quite close to the average for the city.
In spite of its small size, Spring Grove has quite a pleasing mix of real estate options available. Some buyers will find the historic homes appealing, with their character and ambiance. Others will prefer some of the newer developments or the option to build their own home from the ground up. With the variety found in Spring Grove, all of this is possible! Browse the newest real estate listings in Spring Grove, PA.
Quality schools are a key component of enjoying a new community, and Spring Grove delivers a strong local school district. The Spring Grove Area School District has three elementary schools, an intermediate school, a middle school and a high school. The Spring Grove Area High School is a new addition to the community, built in 2008 with modern amenities and technology woven throughout the building. Search homes for sale in Spring Grove by school district.
Spring Grove is part of the larger community of York County, and it offers a number of strong job opportunities to area residents. A number of people who live here commute out of the city for work. Manufacturing is the largest industry, followed closely by education, healthcare and social assistance. Utz Quality Foods, the Glatfelter Company, Your Hospital and the Spring Grove Area School District are some large area employers.
With a community spanning just 1.1 square miles, Spring Grove doesn't have many attractions within its city limits, but that doesn't mean life here is boring. The cities of Baltimore and Lancaster are both within 50 miles of Spring Grove, so the amenities of a big city are never far. The Caputo Brothers Creamery with its exceptional cheeses is one of the more popular local attractions, and residents are often found dining at the Famous Hot Weiner. The Spring Grove community center with its gymnasium and sports programming is a popular local amenity as well. With all that there is to do both in and around Spring Grove, it's easy to forget that it's a small community!
If you're ready to make Spring Grove your home, contact the BHHS Homesale Realty team for expert insight into buying and selling property in this close-knit community.
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