TEAM LONGENECKER’S NEWEST LISTING AT 1010 LILAC LANE, LEBANON PA
Make Yourself at Home…
As you pull up to 1010 Lilac Lane, you will immediately see the care given to this well built ranch home. This home has so much to offer a buyer. As you enter the home from the large covered front porch you will notice the living room which provides a comy space to watch TV, relax or read a book. Off the living area is the remodeled eat-in kitchen featuring cherry cabinets and granite countertops. The glass patio doors provide natural light and access to patio and ack yard. Off the kitchen is the main floor laundry room with laundry sink and storage. A flex space finishes off this side of the home, perfect for in-home office, additional bedroom or kids space.
On the opposite side of the home is the primary bedroom with en suite bathroom. Additionally, there are two nice size hall entered bedrooms and a hall entered bathroom.
The basement provides over 1,000 square feet of additional space perfect for storage or future finished space.
Outside, the circular driveway provides access to park at the rear entrance of the home or continue around and park in the attached 1 car garage. The 10×14 shed provides additional outdoor storage. The beautifully and well maintained landscaping adds the finishing touches to this property.
This well built ranch home is located within a small neighborhood in North Cornwall Township in Lebanon County. The township encompasses approximately 8,000 residents in a 9.5 square mile area. The area is traversed via 40 plus miles of roadway and features 3 creeks winding their way through the township. There are multiple amenities to enjoy including parks and recreation areas, Royal Oaks Golf Course and numerous restaurants and shops.
North Cornwall Township 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 a little more than a mile from the home. Beautiful architecture and history fill the downtown. The walkable downtown is home to multiple restaurants and coffee shops. Also, make sure to check out the Lebanon Farmers Market, which is open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
The Lebanon Valley itself is home to other quaint small towns including Annville, Mt. Gretna, Myerstown, and Jonestown. Altogether these spots showcase additional cafes, breweries, shops, culture, 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. Outdoor recreation is a key factor in the quality of life in Lebanon County. Overall, local citizens can enjoy a wide range of activities. They can hike, cycle, boat, fish, hunt, camp, bird watch, ride horses and enjoy cultural and historic experiences. These activities are available in the over 42,000 acres of recreation land including state parks and game lands, a wildlife management area, the Fort Indiantown Gap Military Reservation and so much more.
Specifically, North Cornwall Township features two parks. Snitz Creek Park and Wetlands is about 2 miles away. This park features a playground, sports fields, and walking path. The Gloninger Woods Park is a bit farther away but features a children’s playground area, permanent restroom facilities, youth baseball fields, pavilions, trail benches and more.
The Southwest Park is just a little over one mile from the home. It features baseball and softball fields, basketball and tennis courts, soccer fields a newly built playground, restroom facilities, and the Optimist Building all on a little over 27 acres.
In the County…
Within Lebanon there is also, Coleman Memorial Park on the north side of the city with over 99-acres of green space. Also, Stoever’s Dam Park in the northeast section of the city offers 153 acres for camping, picnicking, canoeing, fishing, and hiking.
Next, the Swatara State Park is about 14 miles north of the house. This outdoor oasis features 3,520 acres of outdoor recreation. There are 18.2 miles of hiking trails for biking, hiking and horseback riding. There are also several access points to Swatara Creek for tubing, canoeing, kayaking, or fishing.
Another great spot for outdoor recreation is the Lebanon Valley Rail Trail. 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, riding bike or horseback riding in some areas. The rebuilt trail is being built from two local railroads, The Cornwall & Lebanon Railroad and The Cornwall Railroad. Once completed this will be a 25-mile trail. There are multiple trail heads and the closest is about a mile from the home with access to a nearly 18 mile section of active trails.
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 make up the school 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 well built ranch home is a must see! The home is priced at $269,900. This home is now under contract. Call our team at 717-450-7090 with any questions. We would love to help you find another home that is a perfect fit for what you are looking for!