The LATEST Pricey Pads: Five York County homes over $1 million
If you have that kind of money (or just want to pretend to), here are some of the most opulent homes on the market in the York County, according to realtor.com. You can take the photo tour for each of five homes on the market for over $1 million.
5470 Mount Pisgah Rd., York, $1,790,000: Colonial style single-family home, built in 1999, rests on 60.5 acres with 4,400 square feet of living space. The primary home features six bedrooms, five full baths, a concrete wrap-around porch and a two-car garage. The home features hardwood floors harvested in 1994 from oak trees grown on the property, a solid cherry kitchen with stainless steel appliances, finished basement, small band studio and workout room. Originally designed for raising equine, the property includes a 3-bedroom manufactured home, barn and bank barn. The bank barn contains a wash stall and 14 oversized stalls, sky lights and multiple offices with waiting area and is multifunctional.
720 Aldinger Dr., York, $1,740,000: Colonial style three-story home, built in 1980, rests on nearly 50 acres with 5,000-plus square feet of living space. Home features six bedrooms and three-plus baths. Special features include high ceilings, wrap-around balcony views, patio with in-ground saltwater pool, cabana and outdoor built-in grill. Property also offers six existing horse stalls with room to add on, as well as 15 tillable acres of land.
3338 Seven Valleys Rd., Glen Rock, $1,250,000: Single family home, built in 2003, sits on 50-plus acres with 4000-plus square feet of living space. Home features four bedrooms, five baths, lower level living space and wine cellar. Special features include hickory floors, floor-to-ceiling windows and stone fireplace in great room, post and beam stairs, sunroom and home office space.
1365 Trinity Church Rd., Wrightsville, $1,200,000: Single family home, built in 2000, situated on 13-plus acres with 9,000-plus square feet of living space. Home features five bedrooms and four-plus baths. Outdoor features include overlook of the Susquehanna River, winding driveway, basketball court, in-ground pool and covered patio. Special indoor features include formal dining and butler’s pantry with wet bar, granite counters, tile and hardwood flooring, main suite with walk-in closets, balcony access and vaulted ceilings.
1101 Smallbrook Ln., York, $1,100,000: Single family brick home built in 1977 by Frank Auspitz, a reproduction period home inspired by the Corbit-Sharp house Circa 1774, according to realtor.com. The home offers more than 5,500 square feet of living space situated on a 1.16-acre lot. Features include 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, large hand-blown glass windows, hardwood floors of dark-stained southern yellow pine and custom built-in bookshelves. Special features include a rear stairway from kitched to private suite, covered walkway to 3-car brick garage with upstairs guest apartment. Outdoor features include a pedestrian bridge, brick walks and landscaping.