TEAM LONGENECKER’S NEWEST LISTING AT 111 PINE STREET, CORNWALL PA
Make Yourself at Home…
This historical Cornwall charmer has so much to offer including a great location! The oversized covered front porch welcomes you as you walk up the sidewalk. The owners recently replaced the porch with trex decking which is great for continued maintenance. As you then enter the home you will notice the hardwood floors and cozy fireplace in the living room. A large archway leads to the to the formal dining room. The kitchen storage is plentiful especially with the walk-in pantry area. A mudroom with built-ins and powder room complete the first floor.
Upstairs you will find 3 hall entered bedrooms and a full bathroom. The finished lower level provides an extra 470 square feet of living space and also includes the laundry room.
A nice sized deck overlooks the large backyard which includes the shed.
The Cornwall Community…
The home is nestled on a quiet street located within the neighborhood of Toytown in Cornwall Borough in Lebanon County. Toytown was originally a part of a construction project paid for by the Bethlehem Steel Company for the employees working at the Iron Banks. The 26 homes that Bethlehem Steel Company contracted to build with West Virginia based Minder Home Corporation were the first in “Cornwall Commons” to have indoor plumbing. The original 26 homes including 111 Pine Street ran along Cornwall Road and Pine Street were owned by Bethlehem Steel Company up until 1957 and rented to the Cornwall workers.
Cornwall Borough encompasses approximately 5,000 residents in a 9.9 square mile area. You can traverse the area via 50 plus miles of roadway. The borough is the largest geographically in the continental United States. It is more than double the size of the City of Lebanon but one tenth of the population and also larger in area that the City of Harrisburg.
There are multiple amenities to enjoy including parks and recreation areas, Iron Valley Golf Club and a handful of restaurants.
Cornwall Borough and Lebanon County overall are centrally located in Pennsylvania. This allows easy access and commute to Harrisburg, Hershey, Lancaster, Reading and more.
The historic Downtown of Lebanon is 4.5 miles from the home and is also filled with beautiful architecture and history. The Lebanon Valley itself is home to other quaint small towns including Annville, Mt. Gretna, Myerstown, and Jonestown. All together these spots showcase additional cafes, breweries, shops, culture and heritage and are all great walkable communities.
Also be sure to check out our many local farm markets providing fresh produce and goodies. To discover everything there is to know about our local communities check out Visit Lebanon Valley.
The Lebanon Valley offers many amenities especially the opportunity to immerse yourself in nature and farmland.
Centrally located in Cornwall beside Cornwall Elementary School is the Harold Basehore Memorial Field which features a baseball field and tennis courts. The Cornwall Borough Municipal Park also referred to as Goosetown Park includes another baseball field. Miners Village field includes a hockey rink and baseball field and lastly a playground can be found at the Rexmont Fire Company Playground.
Within Lebanon there is also, Coleman Memorial Park on the North Side with over 99-acres of green space and Stoever’s Dam Park in the Northeast section of the city offering 153 acres for camping, picnicking, canoeing, fishing, and hiking.
Swatara State Park is about 14 miles north of Lebanon and features 3,520 acres of outdoor recreation including 18.2 miles of hiking trails and several access points to Swatara Creek for canoeing, kayaking, or fishing.
Another great spot for outdoor recreation is the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail which runs along the east side of Toytown. This is a national recreation trail that runs throughout the county and connects to trails in surrounding counties. It is a great spot for walking or riding bike.
The home is in Cornwall-Lebanon School District. This public-school District is in the south-central part of Lebanon County and encircles the city of Lebanon. Four elementary schools, a middle school and high school comprise the district. Cornwall-Lebanon School District, nicknamed Cedar Crest is home of The Falcons. The student population of Cedar Crest is a little over 4,800 which makes it the largest of the six schools in Lebanon County.
How to Make this Home Yours…
Overall, this charming and historical home is a must see! This home is under contract but we would love to work with you to find a home that fits what you are looking for. Call our team at 717-450-7090 today to start working on finding your dream home!
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