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Make Yourself at Home…
From the moment you arrive you will want to make this custom home with scenic views yours!
Indoor Living Space…
As you enter, the open floor plan offers a two-story foyer with view of the spacious great room and main living area. Glass French doors lead to the formal dining room and access to the kitchen. The home’s remodeled kitchen has all of the options you are expecting. Including hard surface counters, large island, plenty of storage and modern color palette. The kitchen continues into a large corner casual dining area with lots of windows connecting you to the outdoors anytime of year. Just off the kitchen enjoy the two story great room abundantly filled with natural light. Your living area is extended to the screened in back porch perfect for relaxing, dining or enjoying the view of the pool and backyard. Also off the kitchen is a convenient powder room for your guest and the main floor laundry.
Completing the first floor is the large primary bedroom with en suite and walk-in closet. The en suite bathroom features separate tub and shower and double vanity. The staircase to the second floor is open to the great room and leads to the three additional bedrooms. Each bedroom is nicely sized with generous closet space. A large full bathroom completes the upper level of this home.
The finished basement offers an additional 836 square feet of living space. Use this level for a game room, TV area, craft or hobby table, home gym or just a space to hang out. The basement continues into an unfinished area offering over 700 square feet of storage and access to utilities.
Outdoor Living Space…
As much as you will enjoy the indoor living space, the outdoor areas of this home have no detail overlooked. There is plenty of space for a separate grilling area, sunbathing, lounging and entertaining in the over 1,500 square feet of outside deck space. Enjoy the 18 x 36 in-ground pool with cool touch painted concrete surround. Mature landscaping and backyard design add to the private setting. Split rail fencing around the perimeter of the property encloses the large backyard.
The solar panel system installed on this house makes for economical living. Current owners average electric bill is $120 a month. This one bill covers ALL of the utilities for the home! This custom home with scenic views has been well cared for and provides a great opportunity for its new owner.
The custom home with scenic views is located within the neighborhood of Royal T Estates nestled among the farmlands on the eastern edge of Lebanon County. The neighborhood is a part of Jackson Township. Overall the township encompasses approximately 8,500 residents in a 23.8 square mile area. With the communities location, the home offers country living with easy access to Reading, Lancaster, Lebanon, Harrisburg and more.
The historic Downtown of Lebanon is about 10 miles from the home. The downtown is filled with beautiful architecture and history. The walkable downtown is home to multiple restaurants, coffee shops a brewery and cidery. Also, make sure to check out the Lebanon Farmers Market, which is open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Another classic American small-town great for walking around and community activities is Myerstown. This local community is closer to home by about half the distance. There is an extensive network of sidewalks making it easily walkable to check out the local shops and restaurants.
The Lebanon Valley itself is home to many quaint small towns including Annville, Mt. Gretna, Myerstown, and Jonestown. Altogether these spots showcase 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.
Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area is a 6,000-acre mecca for wildlife and is only a 15-minute drive south of the home. The facility is most known for watching the thousands of ducks, geese and swans swooping in during fall and spring migrations. The 400-acre lake has surrounding areas for picnicking, self-guided bike and driving tours and 12 hiking trails.
Another outdoor recreation hot spot is Blue Marsh Lake about 25 minutes east of the home. Also offering over 6,000 acres but featuring a 1,150 acre lake with 3 boat launches, stilling basin for fishing and a swim beach. You can also hike, bike or ride horse on over 36 miles of trails.
Another local spot great for spending times outdoors is the Myerstown Community Park and Pool. With over 26 acres of land devoted to recreation there is plenty of room to relax and hang out. Sports enthusiasts can enjoy the tennis courts, tot lot, three baseball diamonds, basketball and volleyball courts. There is also a stocked pond for fishing and a large shaded picnic areas with three pavilions. The community pool recently underwent a large renovation and is a great place to spend a summer afternoon.
In the County…
Within Lebanon there is also, Coleman Memorial Park on the north side of Lebanon 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 located in the northern part of the county. 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 put together 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 to throughout the county to access the nearly 18 mile section of current active trails.
The home is in Eastern Lebanon School District. This public-school district is in the south-eastern part of Lebanon Count. The district is comprised of two elementary schools, an intermediate school, and a middle school and high school. Eastern Lebanon School District, nicknamed ELCO is home of The Raiders. The student population of ELCO is a little over 2,400 students.
How to Make this Home Yours…
Overall, this custom home with scenic views is a must see! The home is priced at $450,000. This home is SOLD. Call our team at 717-450-7090 we would love to help you find a home is a perfect fit for what you are looking for!