Historic Properties for Sale

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ADAMS COUNTY

105 Stoops Road, Gettysburg, Adams County     $475,000

4 bedrooms, 2 baths
 
Historic 1865 Home original wood frame farm house containing original floors, windows, doors, fixtures and trim. House has 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, Formal Living Room with fireplace, Dining Room, and spacious Country Kitchen, additional room off the kitchen for home office, library or sitting room.
 
It contains two stairways, a full basement with walk in fireplace and outside entryway. Spacious attic could be finished for third floor use. Barn and outbuildings in good condition. A property that can be used for horses, vineyard, organic farming or historic bed and breakfast. All nestled on a picturesque 49.8 acres with pond and stream. Barn is #202 in the Historic Gettysburg - Adams County Historic Barn Registry. A historic documentation is being completed on the land and farm background. 105 Stoops Rd Gettysburg barn
This is a beautiful historic home set in a picturesque bucolic setting in the historic rolling acres of Gettysburg Pennsylvania. It has been kept as close to original state as possible. An perfect home for those seeking respite from the hectic life of the city or urban environment. An historic home lovers dream in a dream setting.
 
 
Contact: Mary Anne Bayer
mbayer@Centricbank.com
 OFFICE 717.591.1360
MOBILE 717.315.2271
6480 Carlisle Pike, Mechanicsburg, PA 17050


 

BEAVER COUNTY

 
PENNSYLVANIA AT RISK PROPERTY

SOLD: Bachelors' Quarters, Old Economy, 284 13th St, Ambridge, Beaver County         $19,000

Often referred to as the bachelors’ quarters, this building once housed the single men of the Harmony Society and is both historically and architecturally significant.

The Harmonists' emerging philosophy of celibacy, which is represented by this building, played a critical role in leading to the religious sect’s eventual extinction. The property is located in the Old Economy National Historic Landmark district and in a locally regulated historic district.

Despite its tremendous historic significance, the bachelors' quarters has deteriorated to the point where its future is uncertain. Used for decades as a multi-unit rental property, the property is now for sale and in need of a new owner who will complete the extensive rehabilitation and get the building back into productive use. The property was named to the 2015 Pennsylvania At Risk list.
 
 
 
Rare opportunity to own 12 room Harmonist House in Historic District of Old Economy Viallage within a half a block form the State Museum Village Site. Large Double house with side yard on Tree lined street across from historic log cabin and 2 houses from Merchant Street commercial corridor. Although residential, historic district allows limited commercial uses compatible with Historic Neighborhood. Home is "as-is" and ready for renovation. Exterior Renovations will require historic review board review.
Steve Roberts, 412/867-9311

 

CHESTER COUNTY

 
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CUMBERLAND COUNTY

 
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DELAWARE COUNTY

Black Oak Farm, 251 Yarmouth Lane, Media, PA 19063      $750,000

“Black Oak Farm” with its storied past, and all the luxury of the present, is ready to be apart of your family’s future. This historic home, originally purchased via a William Penn grant in the late 1600’s, has had 13 owners. Many original features still remain, including hardwood floors, deep window sills, trim, light fixtures and hardware. Every room has been renovated while keeping historic essence.
 
In the mid-nineteenth century, the large kitchen was added on & through recent upgrades is now a cook’s dream. From its 6-burner Dacor cooking top with a convenient mini refrigerator directly to the left, double oven stove, a baking hutch, pantry closet and plenty of granite counter space. Hardwood floors, wooden ceiling beams, brick walls, tumbled marble backsplash and a gas burning stove make this room a warm and homey place to entertain. A wonderful room off the kitchen has custom wainscoting, a built-in corner cabinet and an oversized stone, wood burning fireplace. Directly connected is the library with built-in bookshelves which could be used as a home office or playroom. Connected to the room off the kitchen and the library is the original “parlor,” featuring a Rumsford fireplace, could be used as another living area or a formal dining room. Off of the library is a bright room with plenty of windows and skylights that is perfect for a mini-gym, & also has a full bathroom attached as well as access to the side deck. This section of the home could easily be turned into an in-law suite! The second floor boasts two master suites and a third B/R all with original hardwood floors, deep window sills and plenty of windows. Walking into the first master suite, you are greeted by lovely windows which look out to the pool area. A marble bathroom attached to this bedroom is a relaxing sanctuary with a jacuzzi tub, beautiful vanity and a rain shower. Not only does the second master suite have a view to the pool, but also a decorative fireplace (easy to hook-up) and a recently updated full bathroom. Walking up the back stairs, you will find a picturesque bathroom with original stone walls, a kitchenette and a laundry area. Also on the top floor is a stunning sixth bedroom and a large loft/sitting room.
 
Looking off of the wood front porch to the fenced-in recently renovated pool area, which is connected with electric, water and can be reached by wireless internet. New cedar shake roof, Summer 2015.

For more information about the listing, click here
Kelli Cohee
Marketing Director
The Griesser LaPierre Team ◦ Keller Williams Real Estate
484/380-5527 or 484-995-7730
www.GriesserTeam.com ◦ marketing@griesserteam.com
 
 
Greenbank Farm 
991 Palmers Mill Road, Media, Marple Township, Delaware County     $688,000
 
Greenbank Farm is situated on a 4 acre parcel located in Marple Township, PA that is primarily surrounded by open space and pasture with the exception of an area to the south of the property that currently contains very large upscale suburban residences. The farm is comprised of three major buildings and includes a large farmhouse that was constructed in three historic phases; a circa 1750 house, a circa 1820 house and a circa 1920 hyphen that connects the two houses. There is also an extra large 18th century barn and icehouse, a milk house and three two-bedroom apartments included with this property. These buildings have public water and sewer and are located on an attractive setting with large mature trees, winding, flower-lined drives, expansive lawns and remnants of a formal garden. The barn is still used for boarding horses and split rail fencing encloses pastures for the animals. Property can be either historically preserved or if permitted by Marple Township for the construction of two upscale homes, Easy access to Rt. 252, Rt. 320, Rt. 1, Rt. 3, Rt.76 & 476. 15 Minutes from King of Prussia! Close to schools, restaurants and shopping.
The c. 1750 house is a 3-story, 2-bay, 2-pile English Colonial Vernacular style farmhouse constructed of randomly coursed fieldstone. The first and second story windows are 6/6 double hung sashes with the third story having been replaced with 1/1’s. This 5 bedroom, 2 full bath home with an updated kitchen is currently utilized as a rental property.

The c. 1820 farmhouse is a 2.5 story 5-bay, 3-pile Federal style mansion constructed of randomly coursed fieldstone. It has a side gable roof with 2 front gabled dormers with 6/6 double hung sash windows. The gable ends have quarter-round lights. The front façade is balanced with a centered entrance and the recessed front door is graced with a classical frontispiece with gabled pediment with prominent return eaves and fluted pilasters at each side. The roof is less than 4 years old. The rear of the structure offers a unique architectural tower and metal fire escape. The 3 full bath 2 half bath house, currently utilized as office space, is easily converted back into a 4 plus bedroom dwelling. 
 
The Barn was constructed c. 1830 of wood and stone. It is a multiple bay and pile bank barn with an expansive gable roof. The Milk house is situated directly east of the barn and consists of a studio “apartment” with a full bath, studio kitchen and a loft. The icehouse is situated in the south yard and constructed of coursed fieldstone with board and batten construction on the upper half.

Located on the north side of the barn are three two bedroom one full bath apartments that are currently used as income property. Current tenants pay a monthly rent and are responsible for paying their own utilities. All buildings and apartments are currently wired for cable, burglary and fire protection.
 
Full details and property history are available on this downloadable pdf.
 
Contact info:
Delaware County Historical Society
610 359-0832 or 610 359-0826
 

ELK COUNTY

G.C. Murphy Building exterior_Johnsonburg PAG.C. Murphy Building, 519-521 Market Street, Johnsonburg  $75,000

  • Built in 1892, this potential-popping property is located in Johnsonburg's Historic District and designated a Historic Property. 
  • 12,750 square foot building is located on a 50 x 85 city lot
  • Three stories, plus a poured basement, has a 12 year old rubber roof, and 4 methods of egress.
  • Brick exterior, hardwood floors, city water, and natural gas.
 
From the owner: I purchased the GC Murphy building in 2014 with the sincere hope of saving it from falling into the hands of someone who didn't appreciate its historic properties or its potential. I owned a photography studio, which I moved into the building. The building was cleaned from top to bottom prior to my purchase. I added a washroom on the first floor; replaced the broken windows; refinished the first floor hardwood; and refinished one set of doors. There are so many ways that this treasure can be used; however, the changing industry has forced me to close my studio. My dream would be to have event spaces on the first and third floors with rooms for rent on the second floor.
 
Johnsonburg currently has no hotels, motels, or bed and breakfasts; so when people come to town for weddings, funerals, baptisms, family gatherings, business at the papermill, etc. they are forced to stay in a neighboring town. The GC Murphy building has so much character, and there is an empty lot just feet from the front door that would be wonderful for parking. (the empty lot does not come with the building) I hope that someone is able to purchase and bring this treasure to life or invest in saving it.
For more information, contact:
Stephanie Carnessali
steph_g_79@yahoo.com
 
 

222 Race Street, Ridgway   $125,000

Built in 1910, you can own a piece of Hyde Murphy in this office building in historic downtown Ridgway, PA, that was once the main office for the Hyde Murphy Company. Investment property with great income potential.

Find this listing at
www.elkcountyre.com
 
Realtor: Leah Whiteman
Elk County Real Estate, LLC
39 N. St. Mary Street, St. Marys, PA 15857
814-781-1393 or email leah@elkcountyre.com
 
 

116 Center Street, St. Mary's   $84,900

Whether you are looking for a place to put an office or maybe you want to open your own Bed and Breakfast, look no further. This property, located in Downtown St. Marys on beautiful Center St, was once home to the Sunder family and most recently was part of the Town House Motor Inn. With its 9 rooms and 7 bathrooms, you are set to make it whatever you want.
 
Find this listing at
www.elkcountyre.com
 
Realtor: Leah Whiteman
Elk County Real Estate, LLC
39 N. St. Mary Street, St. Marys, PA 15857
814-781-1393 or email leah@elkcountyre.com
 
 

FRANKLIN COUNTY

 

Old Vance Inn, 13703 Main St, Fort Loudon – $249,900 

Circa 1790 income-producing property includes 5 rental units and offers several good potential uses with open floor plan space on each level and visible stone walls. The Inn had a fire in the original section and the owners gutted the interior; many renovations have been completed. Rental units ranging between 1-2 bedrooms with individual exterior access. Much more included in price!
 Country setting, close to mountain.
.820 Acres- 35,719 sq ft.
Heating System: Baseboard, Heating Fuel: Bottled Gas/ Propane
Cooling System: Ceiling Fan, Cooling Fuel: Electric
Hot Water: Bottled Gas
Water, Sewer, Septic: Public
 
Carl Ocker Real Estate, LLC. - Carl Ocker 717-658-2999
 
 
 

HUNTINGDON COUNTY

Grove's Department Store, 504 Washington Street, Huntingdon, Huntingdon County    Now $109,900

William Reed & Sons, circa 1895.
Grand old store front building in downtown Huntingdon.
 
Historic details include the original stained glass windows, architectural structures, tin ceilings and more. Many of the original architectural elements seen in the photo of the full front of the building (decorated in red, white and blue buntings for Old Home Week in the early 1900's) are stored in the 4th floor.
 
 
Large first floor storeroom/showroom.
Second floor features a dance studio and older office section, as well as large ballroom.
Third floor features large open room and smaller office area.
 
Numerous possibilities such as store front and apartments, Section 8 housing, multi-floor shopping, business incubator, co-op office or studio space.
Newer gas furnace, rubber roof.
 
Sq. Ft.: 12,960.00
 
Current owners would like to find preservation-minded new owners who will be good stewards and contribute to the long-term vitality of this historic downtown location.
 
Agent: Tim Schrack
814-386-4940
tim@schrackrealty.com
More photographs available at link
 

Gemmill Mill

904 Main Street, Alexandria – $179,900

Historical mill built 1833, now being use as office and lab space on 3.53 Acre tract in Alexandria.
Large rooms. 5 floors, including basement and 4th floor.
6 very nice offices and 1 beautiful conference room.
Updated heating system.
Property was previously used as residence and office.
Lots of off street parking with paved driveway and additional parking in the rear.
Many rooms have beautiful knotty pine paneling and pine floors.
7800 square feet of net leasable space area.
Property borders Juniata River.
Easy access to Rt 22, State Forest, Lower Trail, also easy Drive to State College and Altoona
MLS # 2813533
Historical overview: The Gemmill Mill is a local landmark closely associated with the history of Alexandria and Porter Township. It occupies a large lot on the banks of the Juniata River, adjacent to the National Register-eligible Alexandria Historic District. The grandsons of town founder Elizabeth Gemmill built the imposing frame grist mill in 1833 near two important routes of travel and
commerce: the Pennsylvania Canal and the Huntingdon, Cambria and Indiana Turnpike. Under the ownership of Jacob Gemmill and then James H. Dysart, it was one of the most important mills in the area for over a century. Milling was discontinued when its mill dam on the Juniata River was destroyed by the great flood of 1936. In 1954 the property was acquired by John Rhodes who converted the building into a combined home and business. Since 2000 it has served as the headquarters office for a history/preservation/archaeology consulting firm which would like to find a preservation-minded new owner who values the building’s historical significance.

Although adapted for modern use, the Gemmill Mill still retains many of its original architectural features and is well-suited to serve a variety of possible functions.
 
For more information, contact Burgess Smith
burgess@raystownrealty.com, 814-643-5054
 
 

Fairbrook Manor, Pennsylvania Furnace                 $3,200,000

Also known as Pennsylvania Furnace Mansion, Lyons Mansion or The Cedars, Fairbrook Manor is now for sale.  This 40-acre estate contains a 13-bedroom, 28-room stone house that was originally built in 1834 and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. With private access to Spruce Creek and a 5-acre pond, the property provides world class fly fishing and would be a wonderful residence, inn or corporate retreat.  Additional acreage and furnishings may be available at an additional cost.  Located 20 minutes from Penn State University and State College, PA.
 
 
For additional information, visit www.fairbrookmanor.com.
 

LANCASTER COUNTY

111 West Main Street, New Holland, Lancaster County    $410,000111 West Main Street, New Holland PA


Queen Anne, built 1887, in downtown New Holland. Zoned C-1 for residential or commercial use. 4,203 square ft spacious living area with 414 sq ft in finished basement, all heated and cooled. 5 bedrooms – 2-1/2 baths including large master suite with 2 walk-in closets and a cedar closet and a Victorian bath with original fixtures. Kitchen/breakfast room has custom built-in cabinetry with hand-blown glass and teak counter tops
 
10 ft. ceilings, custom trim, numerous closets and wood flooring throughout. Stained glass windows and beautiful chandeliers, Huge wrap-around front porch
 
Mechanicals up-to-date; two zones for central heating (natural gas) and air conditioning throughout. Basement workshop
 
Attached two-car garage with large attic above AND detached 1,344 square foot, two-story carriage house with basement, two-car garage and adjoining courtyard.
 
House meticulously maintained; roof two years old; freshly painted interior
 
Contact: Joe Patterson at 717-823-7556
pahiker1946@gmail.com
 
 
 

106 South Church Street, Quarryville  $279,900

A historic 1910 Victorian home once owned by Dr. H. W. Huffnagle in the 20th century, features high 9' ceilings, authentic & ornate stained glass windows, & beautiful & rare stained American Chestnut molding, millwork, & doors with the original crystal doorknobs throughout.
 
It features 4 bedrooms & 1 1/2 baths & loads of charm!
 
The large backyard is beautifully landscaped with flower gardens & trees with a fire pit and a large covered flagstone patio perfect for outdoor entertaining. A large gardening shed for all the perennials and a finished 2nd floor of the 1-car heated carriage house round out this wonderful property. It's centrally-located in Quarryville and is walking distance to everything, with its own private entrance to Huffnagle Park!
 
Realtor
Julie Nelson
(717) 380-9651
 
 
37 East Main Street, Strasburg, Lancaster County    Now $294,900
National Register listed historic home in Strasburg built in 1874 features pine floors throughout, antique lighting, exposed brick walls and a second floor screened in balcony. Detached 2 car garage has plenty of storage above and lovely landscaping surrounds this property. Great pride has been taken in staying true to this home's history!  
For more information, contact
Jim Pappas
jim_pappas2002@yahoo.com
Phone: (855) 406-4290
 Click here to view listing
 
 

Herr's Mill Covered Bridge, Lancaster County              FREE (to be moved)

 
The famous Herr’s Mill Bridge has been a Pennsylvania landmark for nearly 170 years.  Lancaster County’s oldest and longest covered bridge, it is a standout even among the area’s multiple other fine bridges. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 10, 1980, the Herr’s Mill Bridge has already been identified as a significant resource at the local, state and national levels.  This Bridge is available free to a good home, provided that it will be re-erected in its entirety.
 
 
Contact ncg1@cornell.edu, (610) 724-9611 if interested in the Bridge.

McKEAN COUNTY

52 - 54 BOYLSTON STREET, BRADFORD, McKEAN COUNTY                                                      $975,000

52-54 Boylston StreetLABOR OF LOVE -- Stunning, completely renovated commercial building with top of the line finishes, located in Bradford's Downtown Historic District. One of the finest structures in town, move in ready. Currently set as two separate doctors’ offices, one on each floor. It can be easily converted in any other setup, with separate entrances. First level, currently set as doctor’s office, has four exam rooms, three offices, large front desk office, two waiting rooms, break room with kitchenette, two bathrooms, and storage rooms. Telephone system, wireless internet and Direct TV already installed. Three-zone HVAC system.
 
Second level is long-term leased, and also set as multiple doctor’s offices. It has large waiting room, six exam rooms, four offices, X-ray room, two bathrooms, storage rooms, and large reception area. Many original architectural details throughout the 1892 building. Original gas fireplaces with exotic wood mantels in all waiting rooms and some offices, African wood paneling throughout whole first and 52-54 Boylston Streetsecond floor, original stairway with stainless steel railings, all inside doors, and doors and windows molding. Both handmade metal entrance doors were imported from Mexico. Space for new elevator created and new elevator installed. Adjacent to the building is private parking lot with 25 parking spaces.
 
 
Contact: Kathleen Obermeyer, Sales Associate
ERA Real Estate
814-366-5506
ko@bradfordpahomes.com
http://www.erateamvp.com
 

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

709 Penllyn Pike, Lower Gwynedd PA 19002, Montgomery County                                          $1,350,000

6 bedrooms, 6 baths. Spectacular Colonial home featuring old charm with modern amenities on over 2 acres in the heart of Lower Gwynedd. Dating back to 1829, this gem has been completely updated throughout. The property features 6 Bedrooms, 5.5 Baths, refinished hard wood flooring throughout, amazing millwork, deep-sill windows, and over 7000 sq. ft. of living space. Enjoy the gourmet eat-in kitchen with solid wood cabinetry, soap stone counter tops, stone backsplash, top of the line stainless steel appliances, exposed beams and a breakfast area with an electric fireplace. Living space includes a formal Living and Dining Room, a Library, and a Family Room with French doors leading out to a covered brick patio in the lovely backyard. The grounds are sensational with a brick patio and courtyard, a back porch and views of the original stone walls surrounding the property in your own private sanctuary. Upstairs, the Master Suite offers an oasis after a long day with a sitting area, large walk-in closet, newly renovated Master Bath with ceramic tile, double cherry vanity, walk-in shower and a covered balcony with gorgeous views of the grounds. There is a Princess Suite with full Bath and fireplace, 6 additional Bedrooms and 2 full Baths on the second level. The third level offers 2 more Bedrooms and a full Bath for private quarters.
 
The home includes 8 fireplaces, 2-zoned HVAC and public water and sewer. There is a carriage house with heat and electricity and a barn that could be used as a 3-car garage.
 
 
Lori Salmon
Berkshire Hathaway Fox & Roach Realtors
721 Skippack Pike, Suite 100
Blue Bell, PA 19422
Office: (215) 619-0525
Cell: (484) 431-3528
lori.salmon@foxroach.com
 

Glendower Farm, 1221 Meetinghouse Road, Gwynedd  $3.900,000

A Historic Estate Property with all the charm and character you would expect but lwith all the conveniences and luxury of today. A sweeping driveway leads you to a breathtaking setting, nestled on a 7.8 acre site enhanced with mature trees, specimen plantings, gardens, stone entry walls and walkways, multiple outbuildings, pavilions and patios.

The original homestead dates back to 1700’s with the history of being part of the kings grant to William Penn who later conveyed the property to Evans one of the first settlers in Gwynedd Valley. First floor living areas offers multiple formal, informal and leisure living areas that in include a library/den/study, music room and  Family/Great room. Kitchen includes custom cabinetry, lots of granite counter tops, artisan tile backsplash and a breakfast bar. The breakfast room has a walk-in fireplace, beamed ceiling and outdoor vistas .

10 fireplaces, deep window sills, leaded glass panes, wide planked hardwood flooring, beaded beamed ceilings antique built- in furniture and corner cabinets, and custom craftsmen millwork.
The second and third floors are accessible by a center hall grand staircase. Master Suite includes a dressing room, lavish bath & 2 F/P’s, plus 5 additional bedrooms and 3 baths, a private office/ study and a 2nd floor laundry.
 
Converted barn has been tastefully transformed into an incredible indoor/outdoor entertainment hall, pool house, guest/ in law, or au pair quarters. There are multiple bath accommodations and a full gourmet kitchen facility. Additional unfinished areas of the barn offers a shop, storage, and garage facilities for the collectors. Patios, terraces, and decks plus in-ground swimming pool. Tennis pavilion and 2 tennis courts.
Realtor: David J. Caracausa
davidc@cbprem.com
 

POTTER COUNTY

PENNSYLVANIA AT RISK PROPERTY FOR SALE

Old Hickory, 4 North Main Street, Coudersport, Potter County         $65,000

 
Also known as the F. W. Knox residence, Old Hickory is a 3-story frame building in the Italianate style. Construction of the house began in 1875 and was completed in 1880, using local lumber, and sparing no expense to make it the finest private home in Potter County. The elegant house is characterized by a prominent tower with round arched windows and a bracketed roof, as well as other decorative wood detailing in the gable ends, window hoods, porches and more.

In 1928, the Knox family sold the mansion, and it was converted for use as an inn known as Old Hickory Tavern. Through the mid-20th century, Old Hickory was the place to be for evenings out, corporate parties and more. The building has been vacant since 1987. It is listed in the National Register of Historic Places as part of the Coudersport Historic District.  Read more about this property in Preservation Pennsylvania's 2013 Pennsylvania At Risk List newsletter -- click here.
 
Amazing opportunity to own a piece of Coudersport History. This once beautiful Italianate home and former Old Hickory Inn built in 1880, still has so much to offer. There are three floors with about 1,690 square feet each and three sets of curved wooden staircases. The fireplaces were restored along with the chimneys. So many possibilities for this one of a kind building. Call for more information or to take a walk through time and dream. MLS128203
 
Commercial listing 
Gretchen Songster
Howard Hanna Real Estate
716/307-3866
 
 
 

WESTMORELAND COUNTY

Congruity Stagecoach Inn

1142 Old William Penn Highway , Greensburg, Westmoreland County                                  $249,000

 
House (3 BR) (historical stagecoach inn) built  c.1820. Additional warehouse/studio-soaring 2 story designed w/ cathedral ceiling & windows spanning 2 floors w/ double door loading dock/attached upper annex. Property has multiple business/personal possibilities. Public Water w/ Self Cleaning EPA designed/approved Sewage System. Bilevel (Ample) Parking. Wooded Acreage. Buildings are in good condition with separate oil & electric.
 
House has been determined eligible for the National Register of Historic Places. Originally a tavern and inn, the site later served as a recruiting station for Civil War soldiers and then as a glove factory.
 
High Ceilings/Plank Flooring/Blown Glass Window/3 Exposed Fireplaces & 3 covered (6 total)/. Full Bsmt with separate Stone Cold Cellar entrance.  Studio easily subdivided into 5 Multi-Use areas. Sylvan Setting on Rte 22. $1,000 Bonus to Selling Broker.

Mark Kelly
KELLY M.J. REALTY CORP
2147 Ardmore Boulevard
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
Cell: 412-736-0906
markgkelly@windstream.net
 
 
 

 

4127 State Route 130, Stahlstown, Westmoreland County                          $195,750 ––> $195,000

PENDING
Colonial (c. 1790s) stone home with 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, 3 stone fireplaces, and 30"-thick walls.
 
Original floors, doors, chestnut beams & lots of endearing built-ins enhance the historic charm of this wonderful home. New windows (2 yrs), central air, new furnace with heat pump and metal roof will keep you comfortable year-round.
 
Carport for 2, parking area for 2 more. Home Warranty. Ideally located near PA Turnpike, ski resorts, minutes from Donegal Lake, and only 8 miles from historic Ligonier.
 
 
Contact: Wade Stoner, Northwood Realty Services, 724-838-9643 x1957 or 860-460-3497
wstoner@northwood.com
 
 
 

YORK COUNTY

 302 S. Front Street, Wrightsville, York County      $324,900 ---> $299,900

Grand c.1840 riverfront mansion. While retaining period style including a fine entrance hall with staircase and five fireplace fronts throughout, this gem has just undergone a full, top-quality renovation: all new electric, plumbing, zoned gas heat and central air, kitchens, baths, replacement windows and more. Private in-laws quarters.
Possible B&B: 3 independent suites with full private baths, plus 2 unfinished bedrooms on 3rd floor.

Riverfront views. Walkable to grocery, bakery, and restaurants. Easy access to recreation including hiking trails and kayaking.
 
For more information and photos, click here for the listing.
 
Dave Foulk, Realtor
Berkshire Hathaway Homesale Realty
215 South Centerville Road
Lancaster, PA 17603
717-586-3558 | www.davefoulkrealtor.com
 

A.M. Grove House, 1316 Muddy Creek Forks Road, Airville

Beautifully restored Queen Anne Victorian on 5 acres in southern York County. Listed on the National Register of historic places and overlooks the historic railroad village of Muddy Creek Forks, preserved as a living history museum. Private and peaceful country setting but within an easy commute to York, Lancaster, Bel Air, Hunt Valley and Baltimore.

This 7 Bedroom, 5000 square foot home has been fully restored to its turn of the century elegance but with all modern amenities. Home has original wood floors, lighting fixtures, pocket doors, wood work and mantelpieces. Five acres of woods, gardens and native landscaping and numerous outdoor living areas make this property a nature lovers paradise.

A wrap around porch, patio, and sleeping porch/balcony provide plenty of area to enjoy this unique and beautiful outdoor setting. This property also includes all original outbuildings including summer kitchen, ice house, smoke house, out house, pump house, barn, garage, and chicken coop. Plenty of room to bring your horses, chickens or other favorite critters. Don't miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to own this piece of York county history!
 
For Sale by Owner. For more information, visit the website here.
 

Hanover Theater, 39 Frederick Street, Hanover     $550,000

This 12,000 square foot vaudeville theater opened in 1928 as the State Theater (renamed The Hanover in 1961) and operated as a movie theater until 1986.

It was designed by noted theater architect William H. Lee and is one of only two completely intact theaters decorated by Arthur Brounet, renowned for his theatrical murals.

It fell into disrepair in the 1990's but has been stabilized and is awaiting new ownership and renovation.
 
Click here for photo gallery of remarkable original details (and huge potential, once restored)
 
Contact: Dave Leske, Dave@HanoverTheater.info
 




 
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