If you have that kind of money (or just want to pretend you do), there are some expensive living options in York County.
Listed are some of the most expensive homes on the market in the county, according to realtor.com — and you can take the photo tour below to see them all:
5751 Mount Pisgah Road, York, $2,300,000: Property features 68-plus acres with 10,000-plus square feet of living space. Special features include soaring views and a stocked pond. Home features four-plus bedrooms and an in-home office, and property has multiple sized outbuildings, an in-ground pool.
430 Trinity Road, York, $1,389,000: Custom home with property featuring multiple gardens and ponds, an in-ground pool, 51 millstones throughout grounds, two-stall horse barn and pasture, marble entry, unique dining room wallpaper (as found in the White House Diplomat Room) and bowtie and peg hardwood. This is a six bedroom/six bath home featuring a three car garage.
Honey Run Golf Course, $1,295,000: A 22.5 acre estate on Honey Run Golf Course with Italian marble and exotic granite. Features a three-story elevator, indoor heated pool and hot tub, plus outdoor kitchen, a bank barn and a 16-acre pasture. Two three-car heated garages and greenhouse.
995 S. Summit Circle, York, $1,250,000: Awesome home on large corner lot overlooking York County In York Suburban School District. Almost 10,000 square feet with a four-car garage, six bedrooms, large game room, library and exercise room.
679 Hidden Hill Farm Lane, York, $1,150,000: Home sits on a 6500-plus-square-foot estate with guest house on almost 30 private acres in Dallastown School District. Property has a four-stall barn with two open bays, tack room and pastures. This home features custom woodwork, elevator, pecky cypress wood walls and custom built ins. Outdoors features include in-ground pool and large porches.