36 ACRES DAUPHIN COUNTY
BUILDERS, DEVELOPERS, INVESTORS,
HOME AND EQUESTRIAN BUSINESS BUYERS
LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION!
Shady Lane & Laudermilch Road (Rte. 743)
Minutes to all Major Interstates, Cities and Area attractions: Hershey Park/Resort, Penn National Race Track/Casino, Harrisburg Capital City, Gettysburg Battlefield and more!
Saturday April 7, 2007 @ 1:00 PM
Sunday, March 18, 2007, 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM
Monday, March 19, 2007, 4:00 Pm to 6:00 PM
A dream in progress! Young entrepreneur passed away in the midst of creating this luxury estate. 50% completion seeks your creativity to finish this one of a kind home. Absolutely no other home in the area will compare to your masterpiece! The secluded 4200 sq. ft. home sits back off the beaten track on 36-acres of land. 26 acres open field and 10 acres of trees w/quiet stream. Finish work will include all interior final décor. Geo-Thermal heating system, plumbing, electric. Approved well and septic system. Shingled roof covers fully framed house. French doors and lots of large windows bring sunlight to every room. Fabulous entranceway leads to 10ft high ceilings in all rooms. What a view from any room in this house! 5 Bedroom/Master Suite, 5 Baths, Formal L/R, D/R, Huge Kitchen and Great Room, Study, Laundry room, 3-car Garage, and poured Concrete Basement ideal for a Theatre Room and Wine Cellar. Home is secured and outer walls are sealed against all weather conditions. Blue prints available. Zoned agricultural.
You could be the next proud owner of this wonderful opportunity!.
Mrs. Kim Zimmerman in honor of the late Mr. John Zimmerman
John C. Zimmerman passed away April 8, 2006, too early and during one of the happiest times in his life. He is greatly missed by his family and so many friends in and around the racing community. John was a man of integrity and passionately loved his family, and friends. He was a man who would do anything to help one in need. As Owner of Zimmerman Racing LLC, he continues to be highly respected as one of the leading trainers in the Thoroughbred Horse Racing Industry.
"What we loved most about him becomes clearer in his absence".
In loving memory,