Dillsburg, PA – $299,900

For Sale
Added to OHD on 3/13/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/11/19   -   4 Comments
430 Capitol Hill Rd, Dillsburg, PA 17019

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  • $299,900
  • 6 Bed
  • 2 full, 2 half Bath
  • 2880 Sq Ft
  • 6.5 Ac.
Circa Early 1800's Farmhouse on 6.5 acres with a 50'x75' barn, Summer House & Chicken Coop! There are 2 sides/living quarters each with 2-3 bedrooms and 1 1/2 baths and can be in-law quarters. There are 2 fish ponds, a small pond, and a large, beautiful 3 tiered pond with a healthy koi population. There is also a small orchard with a pear tree, 2 peach, 2 apple, a cherry and an apricot tree. New metal roof on house, summer kitchen and chicken coop in 2017. Heatmor outside wood/coal stove is the main heat source with an oil back-up system. Solar panels were installed in 2018 with a guaranteed rate of 11 cents per kwh for the first year with a cap of 2.8 cent increase per year and a 25 year contract. All windows except enclosed porch were replaced with custom energy efficient windows in 2017. The barn has a large wrap-around porch and a full bathroom in need of completion. The Summer Kitchen has a fireplace and an attic and is in need of complete renovation. This home has tons of potential! Being sold in AS IS Condition.
Contact Information
Terri Torquato, Iron Valley Real Estate
(855) 746-3567 / 717-571-9389
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4 Comments on Dillsburg, PA – $299,900

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  1. AvatarStacy says: 216 comments

    Farm livin is the life for me!! I love this so much & wouldn’t change hardly anything in the home! A rugged, lived in, loved farmhouse!!

  2. NancyNancy says: 201 comments

    there is so much to look at here I was getting dizzy! What a wonderful property!

  3. JimHJimH says: 4208 comments
    OHD Supporter

    In the mid-1800’s this was the home of farmer and merchant George A. Dick (1802-1877), his wife Mary Nagle and their 7 children.
    Because of the different construction types, dating the house from photos is difficult. York County was settled in the early 1700’s, and sawmills were numerous by 1800. The original log structure may be quite old, perhaps from before the Revolution.

  4. AvatarJulie says: 45 comments

    I think I went by this house when I drove out to Pa to pick up by FSH and if it’s this one the road wasn’t as busy as it looks.

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