Cottages & Apartments
Two Styles of Residential Living Homes, Dozens of Floor Plans
With an intimate size that makes it easy to get to know everyone, and a large selection of home styles and floor plans, residents at The Village at Gettysburg have the best of both worlds. Each distinctive home offers single-floor living, its own unique character and high-quality interior finishes. All homes are designed to enable residents to live life to the fullest while aging in place.
The beautifully renovated cottages create a new-house feel, while the red brick exteriors and mature landscaping provide the comfort of an established home. With two and three bedrooms and up to 1,800 sq. ft. of living space, the cottages are designed to accommodate individuals who prefer larger homes and an outdoor neighborhood. Many cottages feature four-season sunrooms and select cottages have attached garages.
For those who desire the convenience of services located under a continuous roofline, the one- and two-bedroom apartments are connected to the community center at the heart of the village.
Within the residential neighborhood, homes are perfectly set along mature tree-lined streets, adding to the allure of the community, perfect for morning walks or evening strolls. Some cottage residents even have views of the cannons on the tract of Gettysburg National Military Park bordering our campus.
Personalize Your Home with Decorator Dollars
With the Decorator Dollars program at The Village at Gettysburg, you can personalize your new home from an array of high-quality options including:
You decide what you like and what you want to change. Plan a visit to our welcome center to preview the many options for your new home.
Pets Are Family Too
All of SpiriTrust Lutheran’s Life Plan Communities are pet-friendly because pets are family too! Within residential living homes, dogs, cats and birds are permitted as pet residents. The benefits of pet ownership are many … improving physical, social and emotional health by reducing stress and longingness, and encouraging social interaction and physical activity. Owning a pet also has been shown to help fight depression, reduce your risk of heart disease and lower blood pressure.