The LATEST Pricey Pads: Eight 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 eight homes on the market for over $1 million.
81 Foxfire Ln., Lewisberry, $1,099,000: Newly listed home, built in 2007, features 5,000-plus square feet of living space situated on a 2.09-acre lot. Located in Olde Forge neighborhood, bordered by Yellow Breeches fly-fishing stream. Home features five bedrooms with en-suite baths. Special features include geothermal system, home automation and security systems, an elevator, custom crafted Siefert kitchen, Monogram appliances and in-home theater featuring reclining seats for eight.
2538 and 2548 Brandywine Ln., York, $1,099,000: Property built in 1930 features 9,000-plus square feet of living space situated on a 6-acre lot. Special features including fenced-in tennis court, gazebo and in-ground pool with tube slide, gas heater, separate Jacuzzi and a swim up bar with eight under water bar stools, a motorized lift door and a 12 x 10 walk in cooler. Home offers six bedrooms—each with en-suite bath, detached eight-car garage with workshop and more.
2872 Deer Chase Ln., York, $1,100,00: 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.
510 Aqua Ct., York, $1,200,000: Open floor plan single-family home, built in 1995, offers 6,700-plus square feet of living space situated on a 4.56-acre lot. Features include 5 bedrooms and 5 baths, including master suites on both the first and second levels. Special features include marble surround gas fireplace, Brazilian cherry flooring, formal dining room with tray ceiling, built-in china cabinets, chef’s kitchen with top-tier appliances and two islands, as well as oversized salt water in-ground pool.
740 Witmer Rd., York, $1,399,000: Open-space concept home, built in 2004, features 11,000-plus square feet of living space resting on 2-acres. Features include 7 bedrooms and 6-plus baths. Special features include cathedral/vaulted ceilings, granite countertops, tile flooring and attached in-law home.
3338 Seven Valleys Rd., Glen Rock, $1,500,000: Single family home, built in 2003, sits on 50-plus acres with 4000-plus square feet of living space. Home features 4 bedrooms, 5 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, sun room and home office space.
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, $4,200,000: 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 heated limestone flooring, gym, heated in-ground pool, water fountain, gazebo and outdoor kitchen.