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Geryville Self Storage Now Open
Written by Larry Roeder, Editor

Remembering the past but built for today


            Who couldn't use a little more storage space?

            With the opening of Geryville Self Storage, at 2774 Geryville

Manager Devon Supper at the counter of Geryville Self


Pike in Upper Hanover Township, more than 300 storage units are now available to the public.  But, that's just "Phase -1."  In short order, Phase 2 will be constructed adding another 300+ units that will be available for short or long-term lease.

            The property surrounding the storage facility is beautifully landscaped, adding to the appeal of a site that features state-of-the-art security and 24-hour access.

            Storage spaces that grow from 5'x5', 5'x10', 5'x15', 10'x10', 10'x15' 10'x20', 10'x25', all the way up to 10' x 30'.  There is also indoor climate-controlled warehouse space available for those weather-sensitive items and outside storage for motor homes, RV's Boats, Campers, and more.  The facility is handicapped accessible.

            The project didn't happen overnight.  Marty Bair, who along with John B Haines IV constructed and co-own the facility said, "We began this project earlier this year while the snow was still flying."  The hard work paid off with a handsome facility that can be seen from Route 663.

            Manager Devon Supper greets customers in an office that will bring a smile and a memory to many.  The face of the counter is covered with pieces of a weathered tin roof, surrounded by equally worn boards.  But, don't let the nostalgic feeling fool you – all of the operating equipment is modern and Dawn is ready with information and customer service.

            Greeting you near the entrance to the facility is a sign displaying a stunning piece of art portraying a horse-drawn wagon and teamster created by well-known local artist Julie Longacre.  On the facade of the office counter is a smaller rendition of the artwork. 

            The addition of the rustic scene to the location reminds us of time, long ago, when horses and wagons were used to transfer items to be stored from one location to another.

            It also brings to the conversation the stately stone home located on the property.  The structure will be totally renovated to its original splendor.  That includes a new, period correct roof (sans dormers), and the separation of the summer kitchen from the main house.

            Stop in and say hello to Devon or give her a call at 215-679-2205 or visit and reserve your storage unit today.






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