405 South Spruce Street - Annville, PA
  • Parcel ID#: 
  • County: Lebanon
  • Type: Farmhouse
  • Year Built: 1880
  • Acres: 3.16
  • Square Feet: 2,935
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Baths: 2.5
  • Garage: Yes
  • Heating: Oil, hot water
  • Cooling: Central A/C
  • Well & Septic
  • Township: South Annville
  • School District: Annville-Cleona
  • Taxes: $6,473 (as per MLS)

Country living, yet CLOSE to EVERYTHING. This 1800s Modern Farmhouse is a MUST-SEE and a TREASURE TROVE of unique characteristics--beautifully renovated and meticulously maintained. Check out the photos, and then come and see for yourself! The Kitchen/Dining Area and Family Room include 4 French Doors to the Expansive Deck with seating. This private entertainment spot is overlooking a sprawling 3+acre property, with both manicured and wooded areas. The site adjoins township-owned land along the Quittapahilla Creek. So, grab your fishing rod and walk right up to a stocked fishing spot! Then, there's the 24' x 30' GARAGE with 10' DOORS AND OPENERS, and a 30' x 40' WORKSHOP with 12' OVERHEAD DOOR AND OPENER. The Air Compressor stays and includes air line connections throughout the shop, inside and out, and ready to go. It's heated with Oil Forced Warm Air and also includes a wood stove for auxiliary heat. Plus, there's the restroom with electric heat and hot water. How's that for a DOGHOUSE? This is a homestead for camp fires, cookouts, creek stomping, and hikes along the Quittie Park Nature Trail, just a one-minute stroll from your property. There's no better spot to shelter in place!

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.

— E. Moyer