10451 Mountain Road - Grantville, PA | Bering Real Estate Co.™
  • Parcel ID#: 21-2279023-394710-0000
  • County: Lebanon
  • Type: Detached
  • Year Built: 1935
  • Acres: 5.05
  • Square Feet: 2,118
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Baths: 3
  • Garage: Yes
  • Heating: Oil
  • Cooling: Central A/C
  • Well & Septic
  • Township: East Hanover
  • School District: Northern Lebanon
  • Taxes: $5,047 (as per MLS)

This beautifully, fully renovated home is situated on 5 acres with 2 spring-fed ponds lined by mature shellbark trees along the roadside and a full row of walnut trees, full of nuts, around the back pond! There are also two beautiful weeping willows to admire! In addition to the renovated 4-bedroom, possible 5th bedroom or office, 3 full bathroom home, you can enjoy the attached 1-car garage, detached garage, detached workshop and panoramic views! Inside you'll enjoy an open floor plan on the main level, featuring an open living room, dining room, kitchen with attached breakfast area or informal family room. Also attached, is a large, enclosed patio and small exterior deck. Main level features a master bedroom with attached bathroom and laundry room/mudroom on main level. Second level features 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom including a full shower and jetted bathtub with large bay window to enjoy the panoramic view! Possible 3rd bedroom on this level could be used as a walk-through bedroom or an office, as it contains the stairwell to the 3rd floor master bedroom including two large closets. Railing to be installed prior to closing!

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

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