Coyle Manor is a 20-unit family housing complex off Fourth Street in the City of Perryville, which is 12 miles west of Danville. The site features zero to four-bedroom townhouse and one-story units.
Coyle Manor was constructed in 1972 and has had ongoing renovations including current window replacement and installation of central air conditioning. Apartments have washer hookups and there are handicapped accessible units available within the complex. A small community center on site is home to programs and activities for residents including a summer free lunch program for children.
Coyle Manor is in Boyle County’s Perryville Elementary School district and the school is adjacent to the housing complex. The housing site is within walking distance of Perryville’s historic Merchants’ Row, which stands, on the banks of the Chaplain River. It is also within a short driving distance of the Perryville Battlefield Historic Site, which features a large picnic and playground area as well as a Civil War museum.
To reach Coyle Manor from Danville’s Main Street, travel west on Main out of town and approximately 12 miles west on U.S. 150 to Perryville. As you leave Perryville’s Main Street, turn left just after crossing the Chaplain River Bridge onto Buell Street, and then turn right a short distance away onto Fourth Street, then left into Coyle Manor.