We are located at 85 Franklin Drive, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055


From the Square in downtown Mechanicsburg, west on Main Street / Trindle Road  1 1/4 miles to Left on Sinclair, Left on Tamanini Way and 2nd Right on Franklin Drive.



Our company office is located at 85 Franklin Drive, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055


Trindle Station Site Plan
TS SITE PLAN - OCT 2019.pdf
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Tamanini Homes at Trindle Station are part of The Cumberland Valley School District

Monroe Elementary

Eagle View Middle School

Cumberland Valley High School

Trindle Station is Named in honor of William Trindle

Trindle Station is Named in honor of William Trindle who purchased the land from William Penn’s children John Thomas and Richard Penn on the 25th of March, 1724, during the reign of King George II.  See Patent Book A-12, page 188.


Legend tells us much about William Trindle. He became renowned as a frontiersman, respected as an expert hunter and trapper among the Indians and the Settlers. He was known as a trustworthy Lieutenant in the Militia along with his friend John Silver. His family lived here for generations and went on to  raise cattle for the city markets. In the 1700’s, this area was a frontier, far from the conveniences of Philadelphia. It took bold and decisive action to rely on trapping and trading, hunting and fishing until they could clear the land and build their homes.


Situated between Williams Grove  and Sinclair Roads Trindle Station is conveniently located near schools and shopping, between town and country. There is easy access to Trindle Road, the Carlisle Pike and all the major interstates.  We are very close to the charming borough of Mechanicsburg with its lovely shops, galleries and restaurants. Just a few miles away , you will find an array of genuine Farmer's Markets offering seasonal harvest and produce fresh off the farm. Call us to reserve your new home site today! 


Choosing your neighborhood

Consider neighborhood design

Trindle Station was created using a planning model called coving. Coving was pioneered by Minneapolis-based urban designer Rick Harrison and is an an alternative to conventional "grid" subdivision layout. The name comes from coves of green spaces among the homes which are made possible by winding roads, which also serves to slow down traffic and increase the visual aesthetics of the neighborhood street-scape.

Trindle Station was designed using coving because we know home buyers like a neighborhood that feels connected, yet offers privacy through green space buffers between homes and the utilization of cul-de-sacs. Trindle Station's design offers 20 acres of green space, pockets of naturalized areas dispersed throughout, including a 10 acre nature sanctuary.

We hope you'll agree with those who already make their home at Trindle Staion, that our  gently curving streets, green space and our low-tax location add to the appeal of the neighborhood


Trindle Station -  Tamanini Homes
     Quality  Construction
     Quality finish work
     Monroe Township
     Low Taxes
     Cumberland Valley Schools
     20 Acres of Green Space
     Two Entrances
     On site selections
     Customization allowed!

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