One of the Last Large Parcels on the Carlisle Pike

6563 Carlisle Pike Mechanicsburg, PA 17050

Property Type:
Other Land
Last Verified:
Aug 10, 2022


  • Price reduced!
  • Redevelopment opportunity
  • Two parcels totaling +/-10.7
  • Approximately 975' frontage on Carlisle Pike
  • Carlisle Pike Average Traffic Count: 11,225 VPD – North
  • Carlisle Pike Average Traffic Count: 11,600 VPD – South
  • MLS #1000867396


Great redevelopment opportunity - two parcels totaling +/-10.7 acres available for sale. Located on the highly traveled Carlisle Pike in Mechanicsburg, PA.

Located on the Carlisle Pike just west of Route 114. Silver Spring Township boasts many major retail shopping developments. Most are located along the highly traveled Carlisle Pike (U.S. Route 11) which serves as a major traffic route through the township connecting it to nearby Hampden Township, the most populous township in Cumberland County.

Lot Size: 10.71 acres


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