Home Tour - Sunday, April 9th @ 1PM-3PM
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- Single Family Home Built in 1998
- Parcel ID - 460003800230000000 (Deed Book: 1303 - Deed Page: 8670)
- Brick ranch home
- (+/-) 0.36 acre lot
- 2,172 Sq. Ft. of Living Space
- 3 Bedrooms
- 2 Baths
- Formal living room (with gas fireplace)
- Dining room
- Full Cement Basement
- Enclosed porch
- Attached Garage
- Gas Heat and Central Air
- Beautifully landscaped yard
- Taxes - Approx. $5,264
- Central York School District
- Springettsbury Township
There’s no better place to live, work or play than historic York County, nestled in the fertile Susquehanna River Valley of South-Central Pennsylvania.
Home to more than 440,000 people, York offers big-city amenities with small-town charm. Whether you’re after a chic urban loft or a countryside retreat, York County has it all.
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While continuing to embrace its agricultural roots, York also has evolved into a manufacturing and business hub. Major companies with roots here include Harley-Davidson, York Barbell, Voith Hydro, York International, Utz Quality Foods, Snyder’s of Hanover, BAE Systems and more. But it’s more than just the bustling local economy that has made York one of the fastest growing counties in all of [York County Administrative Building] Pennsylvania.
Here you’ll find great schools, a low cost of living, quality health care and boundless entertainment opportunities. There’s a park in nearly every corner of the county, a strong performing arts community, sports and lots of shopping opportunities. Plus, York is only a short drive away from Philadelphia, Harrisburg, Pittsburgh, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. and New York City.
At the heart of the county is York City, which is in the midst of a renaissance. It features a wide variety of restaurants, a growing night life and is home to York County’s independent league baseball team, the York Revolution. But the offerings don’t end there. Each of the county’s townships and boroughs have their own unique feel and bountiful opportunites to match. You can find a listing of parks, arts and cultural organizations, historic sites and more by clicking here.