1920 – Gardners, PA – $375,000

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Added to OHD on 4/12/19   -   Last OHD Update: 4/15/19   -   3 Comments
197 Coon Rd, Gardners, PA 17324

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  • $375,000
  • 4 Bed
  • 2 Bath
  • 2128 Sq Ft
  • 8 Ac.
Beautiful 8 acre farm (USDA Certified Organic) which adjoins State Forest land with walking and riding trails! 2 story brick home built in 1920 features 4 bedrooms - 2 full baths and has kept all of its old world charm and GORGEOUS chestnut trim and pocket doors! Take in the stunning views of the valley from your rocking chair on the front porch! Outbuildings include barn with hay loft and 9 stalls, second storage barn, metal pole building and 2 small greenhouses (2 large green houses do not convey). Take a look now and it could be yours in time for the summer growing season! Improvements include new roof, new electric, replacement windows, newer furnace, new well pump.
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Tracy Sharp, Wolfe & Company Realtors
(717) 243-1551 / (855) 674-2219
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3 Comments on 1920 – Gardners, PA – $375,000

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  1. MJGMJG says: 499 comments
    1887 Queen Anne

    OMG Picture no. 22 I demand to know what this wonderful little door is for and what it is used for!
    I love things like this 🙂

    • MattDMattD says: 37 comments
      OHD Supporter

      1870 Classical Revival
      New Orleans, LA

      Since it is in the dining rooms, possibly table leaf storage? Like you, I love finds like that in old homes.

  2. jeklstudiojeklstudio says: 920 comments
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    1947 Ranch

    I like the raised cement step with the ring that’s outside the back (addition) door. We had one at our 1912 Craftsman years ago and it was a place for ladies (or gentlemen?) to step into a carriage or up onto a horse. It look almost identical. Wow, it’s still there. By 1920 there were not that many carriages being used but still. . .maybe in the country?


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