$1,050,000

3 W King St

ABBOTTSTOWN PA, 17301

Description

Capturing the luxurious spirit of a Victorian home, this beautifully crafted masterpiece in Adams Count is more than a place to live. The completely updated main house offers 7 bedrooms (2 with their private en suites) and 2 more full baths and a powder room. An additional 1 bedroom with full bath, kitchen and living area apartment adds private living space. A separate 1,800 square foot unit with full bath and kitchen is also located on the property and makes the potential for a third income producing living space. Outdoor spaces include patios, porches and an in-ground salt water pool (makes this perfect for a Bed and Breakfast).This property is situated in the ~Town Center~ zoning which makes it ideal for a myriad of business opportunities. (Link to zoning opportunities)It was designed and built by the renowned architect J.A. Dempwolf in 1884 and has been meticulously restored with attention to period details by its current owners.With over twenty rooms the home is a true blend of historic features combined with modern amenities. This award-winning property is ready for you to showcase your personal collections or showcase your business/ office facilities in Abbottstown, PA.Whether you are looking for a new home or a new business facility, take advantage of this once in a life time opportunity. Call today for your private showing today.

Details

MLS#PAAD110998
Listing TypeFor Sale
StyleIndustrial
Sub-TypeResale
StatusActive
Year1884
Days On Site75

Features

SQ Feet4,547
Story(s)0
Units3
ZoningTOWN CENTER MIXED USE

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Area Information

StatePA
CityABBOTTSTOWN
Zip Code17301
AreaAbbottstown Boro (14301)
Listing VS Median (in 17301)
Price:
$1,050,000
low | high
Med:
$199,900
100% of Average
SqFt:
4,547
low | high
Med:
1,482
100% of Average
$ / SqFt:
$231
low | high
Med:
$135
91.588246256667% of Average
On Site:
75
low | high
Med:
81
92.592592592593% of Average
Listing Updated: 05/30/2020
MLS Number: PAAD110998
Listing Provided By:
RICHARD TUCKER  of  Howard Hanna Company-Camp Hill