Callapatscink, a picturesque subdivision in Carlisle, PA.
"The original name of the Yellow Breeches was Callapatscink, which has been translated to mean, ―where the waters turn back again. This is descriptive of the lower stream where the general eastern flow turns back to the west at certain bends along its course."
Upon entering Callapatscink, one is greeted by the sign that states:
"Here the creek embraces, the train whistle comforts & the mountain stands guard."
Be sure to look immediately to your left upon entrance and perhaps pause a moment to listen to the tranquil sounds of nature and observe the bustle of the trout within the Yellow Breeches Creek. If you've timed your visit well, look to your left and maybe you'll catch a glimpse of the freight train passing by and hear its whistle in the distance. Proceed through the entrance and look up, ready to be captivated by the majestic mountain views.
The subdivision features predominantly two-story colonial homes that sit upon a 1+ acre lot. Each home has hand-laid brick sidewalks, and mature trees abound, which adds to the breathtaking beauty throughout each season.
Residents of Callapatscink in Carlisle, Cumberland County, PA enjoy the scenic retreat of this subdivision, yet grocery stores and shopping, schools, library, and gas stations are all a maximum 15 minute drive.
Are you thinking about selling your home or considering moving to the Carlisle, PA area? I have been a resident of Carlisle since 2000 and would love to have the privilege of speaking with you to discuss how I may assist you with all your real estate needs.
Maria Sapio (717) 226-6857