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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:

5751 Mount Pisgah Road, York, $2,300,000: Property built in 1850 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, an in-home office, multiple sized outbuildings and an in-ground pool.

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725 Cartref Road, Etters, $1,899,995: Property built in 2012 features 121-acre farm estate with 6,000-plus square feet of living space. Special features include a pond, in-ground pool, barn, stream and pastures as well as a 1400 square-foot caretaker’s house. Within the main property there are six bedrooms, five plus bathrooms. Other features include interior brick, reclaimed oak hardwood flooring, and cherry kitchen cabinetry.

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740 Witmer Road, York, $1,399,000: Property built in 2004 features 11,000-plus square feet of living space. Tall trees create a screen of privacy for this open-space concept home. All four bedrooms are suites with full baths, including the first-floor master suite. There are six plus bathrooms in all, as well as an attached in-law home.

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2538 and 2548 Brandywine Lane, York, $1,300,000: Property built in 1930 features 9,000-plus square feet of living space situated on a six-acre lot. Many 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.

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585 Lioners Creek Road, Dallastown, $1,289,000: Stone farm house property built in 1800 features 7,000-plus square feet of living space on 19-plus acre lot. The open concept kitchen boasts exposed log walls and beams, wood fireplace, bread oven, cherry cabinetry, and granite countertops. Home features five bedrooms, four-plus bathrooms and home office. Owner’s suite includes gas fireplace and French doors which open to balcony. Property includes additional outbuildings, stocked pond and an in-ground pool.

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