The LATEST Pricey Pads: Six 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 six homes on the market for over $1 million.
174 Springhouse Ln., Spring Grove, $1,050,000: Lake front home built in 1989 boasts 6,400-plus square feet of living space on a 7-plus acre lot with direct access to private Lake Pahagaco. Property features 4 bedrooms, 3-plus baths, open floor plan, lofty ceilings with skylights and wrap around window views of lake. Special features include mood lighting, raised hot tub, gym and home office.
2872 Deer Chase Ln., York, $1,100,000: French country style home, built in 2004, offers 7,000-plus square feet of living space situated on a 1.24-acre lot. Features include 5 bedrooms and 4-plus baths, gourmet kitchen, built-in Miele coffee/cappuccino station, vaulted beamed ceilings, four fireplaces and library/study with balcony. Special features include custom woodwork, classic chandeliers, oak and brick flooring and fenced-in pool.
1274 Oakwood Rd., New Freedom, $1,899,000: This single-family home built in 2007 boasts 7,300-plus square feet of living space on 110-plus acre equestrian estate. Property features 5 bedrooms, including first floor master suite, 4-plus bathrooms, and an expansive rear patio with fire pit area. Special features include drive-thru custom gated, tree-lined entrance, indoor arena, fenced in pastures and 3 horse barns which house 30-plus horse stalls and more, including two 2nd floor apartments.
17595 Susquehanna Trail South, New Freedom, $1,950,000: Colonial home built in 2000 boasts 16,500-plus square feet of living space on 63-plus acre lot. Property features coffered ceilings with custom artwork, marble flooring, barrel ceilings, grand two-story foyer with dual staircase as well as granite countertops. All 7 bedrooms are suites with full bathrooms including lower-level in-law quarters. Recreational features include billiard room, indoor and outdoor pools, home theater room and oversize attached four car garage.
Dillsburg, $3,850,000: Farmhouse built in 1800, then restored circa 18th century, rests on 135 acres with 5001 square feet of living space. Home features 4 bedrooms, 3-plus bathrooms, and a 1-bedroom apartment. Special features include a study with knotty pine bookcases, a 2-plus acre pond, gardens, spring house and brick-ended bank barn.
306 Gilbert Rd., Dillsburg, $3,950,000: French Provincial estate, built in 1926, rests on 18-plus acres with 9,800-plus square feet of living space along the Yellow Breeches Creek. Home features 6 bedrooms, 5.5-plus baths, 3 outbuildings and a tenant house. Special features include five fireplaces, custom-painted walls, heated limestone flooring, gym, heated in-ground pool, water fountain, gazebo and outdoor kitchen.