c. 1860 – York, PA – $159,000

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Added to OHD on 4/5/18   -   Last OHD Update: 8/29/18   -   17 Comments
1700 Ivy Pump Ln, York, PA 17408

Map: Street

Price

$159,000

Beds

5

Baths

4

SqFt

2592

Acres

3.7

Civil War-era Farmette Fixer on 4 acres! GORGEOUS, brick, Civil War-era farm with large wrap-around porch on almost 4 acres surrounded by newer developments on all sides. Hardwood floors throughout, 3 fireplaces, new windows, new metal roof, master suite and in-ground pool w/ pool house that will be the neighborhood favorite when repaired. Huge new addition! Public sewer and private water. Natural gas already run to house. Barns and outbuildings.This is truly a unique property, and you won't find acreage like this in Shiloh! Perfect for a Hobby Farm!
Contact Details
John Christman, Well Done! Realty
(717) 690-0295
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17 Comments on c. 1860 – York, PA – $159,000

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  1. ddbacker says: 311 comments

    I encourage you to look at the street view. This property lords over the new development like a manor house, high on the hill. How many of my OHD friends would pick this one even in its present condition over any of the new houses in the neighborhood?

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  2. Becky says: 21 comments

    Oh my goodness. What an amazing b&b and wedding venue this could be if you had the money and love to restore it!

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  3. JRichard says: 226 comments
    1763 center-chimney cape
    Biddeford, ME

    Needing help, worth helping.

    2
  4. Olive says: 59 comments

    Wasn’t this on last year? I love it and my auntie lives in York but the surrounding developments would make me violent.

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    • Kelly, OHDKelly, OHD says: 8904 comments
      Admin

      1901 Folk Victorian
      Chestatee, GA

      I don’t know if it was posted on the site before but it’s at least been around a link exchange or even the old samplers I use to do. But this time the agent shared it. 🙂

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  5. Grant FreemanGrant Freeman says: 390 comments

    What a shame the surrounding land was sold off for development. This gem needs acreage!

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    • JimHJimH says: 3575 comments
      OHD Supporter

      That’s been one of my pet peeves for a long time. A few years ago, Kelly posted a farm house in upstate NY on five acres. I commented that it needed its fields back, while 2 other guys said 3 or 4 acres should be sold off to reduce the cost and minimize maintenance! City folks just don’t get it – the land (or at least some of it) is what makes it what it is!

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  6. Cheryl Start says: 9 comments

    A diamond in the rough for sure!!! I wish I were a younger woman, talented in home improvements AND had the money to purchase this home. I can see so many possibilities with this property. I too wish all the developments weren’t so close, and had more acreage. Fantastic price too.

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  7. Elisa Y says: 31 comments

    This house is beautiful and well worth the effort. But UGH! The surrounding developments are ICKY – a technical term!

    Sure hope someone picks it up and restores it. Lovely house.

    1
    • TXJewelTXJewel says: 237 comments
      1920 Thurber Brick 4 Square
      Strawn, TX

      Little boxes on the hillside made of ticky-tacky and they all look just the same.

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  8. MazamaGrammy says: 320 comments

    Twenty years ago when I was younger, I would have snapped this up, restored it and started a nursery on the property. 4 acres is quite a good chunk of land. Could be a beautiful home and would be a good location for a residential nursery.Will take a lot of money to repair and restore. Should factor that into the price.

    • Brosia says: 81 comments

      I like your thinking. For the old house lover who isn’t put off by the hideous subdivision and only wanting small acreage in the middle of it all, using it as a residential nursery is a fantastic idea. Home-based income, customers literally within reach. It could be a real win for that suburbanite old house dreamer out there.

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  9. marianela19 says: 2 comments

    If I lived here, I would have been bawling my eyes out watching all that cookie cutter stuff being built around my home. I dearly hope if someone buys this house that they will restore it and not tear it down to build more of that cookie cutter stuff.

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  10. Lori Lute says: 2 comments

    I wonder what the zoning is now. They call it a farmette, but are you allowed to own a horse or a cow for that barn? 4 acres is not much when you are talking farm. One large animal per acre is a general rule in the south, and the house, pool and buildings are taking up space. That is so sad. They sold off too much land to make that work as a farm and the zoning is probably against it, anyhow. Still, a place to retire a couple horses to and live quietly.

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