1230 Ash Lane - Lebanon, PA
  • Parcel ID#: 
  • County: Lebanon
  • Type: Detached
  • Year Built: 1986
  • Acres: 2.88
  • Square Feet: 2,419 above grade.  702 below grade.
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Baths: 2.5
  • Garage: Yes
  • Heating: Heat Pump
  • Cooling: Central A/C
  • Township: Cornwall Boro
  • Well and On-Site Septic
  • School District: Cornwall-Lebanon
  • Taxes: $6,120 (as per MLS)

Beautiful 4 Bedroom 2.5 Bath Home in Spring Hill Acres. Located in a gorgeous wooded setting on 2.88 acres. This 2-Story Home invites you to enjoy the comforts of space indoors and all the joys of outdoors as well! 4 Bedrooms, 2.5 Baths (Master included), Formal Dining Room, Family Room with wood stove, Living Room, Media Room, Screen-in Porch, Deck & Patio, & much more. Lovely tile, hardwood, and newly carpet flooring throughout this home. Recently updated with granite countertops in both the kitchen and bathrooms. Tasteful paint color selections, vessel sink bowels in bathrooms, crown molding & chair rail in the dining & living rooms, and exposed beams in the family room are all wonderful added features to this home. Spacious Family/Media Room in lower level with sound system and 76" TV included with sale. Lower level walks out to the gorgeous patio area of extensive hardscape and pond area for serene outdoor relaxation. Patio hot tub is included in the sale of home. Plenty of storage space, rough plumbing done for possible future bathroom, and coal stove in the unfinished space of the walk-out basement. All kitchen appliance convey with the sale of the home. New porch metal roof and stone front exterior on the home. Excellent, meticulously maintained home for sale in CLSD - sure to impress!

For more information please contact the Bering Real Estate Co office at 717.641.3729.

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This was a great team to work with. They knew their stuff and the area. It was nice to get another opinion after looking at many houses but yet kept comparing everyone to the house we ended up buying. They knew when to push and keep us calm at the same time. It didn’t matter who we looked at houses with from the team, they seemed to know what we wanted and obviously compared notes. So it wasn’t like we had to break someone in.

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