Bentley Ridge

650 Bentley Ridge Boulevard Lancaster, PA 17602 • From $109 Per Day
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  • One, Two, & Three Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Cat Friendly & Dog Friendly
  • Off Street Parking
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment
  • Outdoor Pool

Property Details

About this property

Our community features distinctive apartment and townhome rental community of stylish homes built for your lifestyle. Discover how wonderful life can be nestled in the charming Lancaster County countryside. Enjoy the comforts of a one, two, or three bedroom apartment or a two or three bedroom townhome. All homes include private entrances, loads of natural light, and the features that you are longing to have in your next home. Situated on 50 acres, we have open green space, two beautiful ponds inhabited by swans, and a scenic walking trail for your enjoyment. Our community offers all of the conveniences that will enhance your quality of life.

Amenities

Business Center
Garages Available
Private Pool
Balcony/Patio
Gift Wrapping Station
50 Manicured Acres
Two 24-Hour Fitness Center
Garden Plots
Dog Park
Car Care Center
Book Library
Playground
Resident Events

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About Lancaster, Ohio

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The initial settlers of Lancaster were predominantly emigrants of German heritage that came from Pennsylvania. Ohio's longest continuously operating newspaper, the Lancaster Eagle-Gazette began after a merger of the early Der Ohio Adler with the Ohio Gazette. The two newspapers were fierce competitors due to their opposite positions on the American Civil War. The newspaper is currently part of the Newspaper Network of Central Ohio, a unit of Gannett Company, Inc.

Modern Lancaster is a rich blend of 19th-century architecture and natural beauty (best seen at the famous Standing Stone, known as Mount Pleasant today) with all the modern amenities of a typical small-medium-sized American city.

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