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​You can call your habitation on wheels whatever you like, but we’d sure like you to call Wheat Hill your home. We are open all year and the water line can be sufficiently winterized to protect it from freezing. Skirting that meets State codes is required.

 

Our Community

Wheat Hill is a clean, quiet and affordable mobile home community featuring country living, yet minutes from all the amenities you could ever want. At only 42 spaces, it’s truly a small community where you will look forward to coming home to at night.

History Established in 2007

This park has actually been around since the ’70s and it used to be considered a nice place to live. Then the previous owner bought it and it totally went to hell. Every bad type of person you can imagine lived here. That all changed in 2007 when the business changed owners. The bad people and all the “drama” are gone. Since Wheat Hill started in April 2007, abandoned homes have been demolished and newer and much nicer homes have come in. Pads, water, and electrical have all been upgraded. Trees that were overgrown and falling on homes have all been cut down. New and spectacular landscaping is constantly going in and something is colorful all year long. Christmas decorations start in November and they get bigger and more elaborate every year.

 

A Community to Call Home

Wheat Hill Mobile Home Community is a clean, quiet, and affordable place to call home. This is not the type of place that Jerry Springer would ever find people to be on his show. It is an all-ages community and the school bus stops at the entrance. The Village supplies water/sewer as well as plowing and salting the roads in the winter.

Something you will notice right away is the landscaping. The hardworking owner is a professional gardener and you will see the results of his efforts as soon as you drive into the Community. There is something in color every month of the year, including in the middle of winter. The flowers at the entrance to Wheat Hill change every year.

East Palestine is one of those sleepy little towns where nothing ever happens. It has a well-stocked supermarket within walking distance of the Community, two hardware stores, and a truly excellent library next door to the post office. If you need something from Walmart or Home Depot, Chippewa is only 11 miles away by four-lane highway.

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