POTENTIAL B & B YORK PENNSYLVANIA
Peaceful is the best description. 19.55 acres that seems like so much more. Woods, pasture, pond and creek. You will see herons flying in to fish in the pond and creek, deer playing and all kinds of wildlife. There are so many types of birds for bird watching. They are singing all day, and you will wake up to their beautiful songs. There is a 10 foot wide wrap around mahagony porch to watch sunrises and the moon rising over the horizon. Stay sheltered while you watch the storms. This home has protected southern exposure. There is a hill on the northern side that is wonderful for sledding in the winter, and come in after for hot chocolate by the wood stove or fireplace. There are 6 fireplaces. There are so many places for privacy and relaxation. This home is located minutes from interstate 83. Close to historic Gettysburg, Innerharbor in Maryland, Lancaster. You can visit the Amish, Hershey park, Dutch wonderland, the outlets in Lancaster and Gettysburg, Sight and Sound, The American Music Theater, Dutch Apple Dinner Theater. There are many great restaurants in York, Gettysburg and Lancaster. Wyndridge restaurant 5 minutes away. Lake Redman 5 minutes away to canoe, hiking, picnic, cayack ect. There is the street rod attraction every year, Harley Davidson plant, bike week, Harley Davidson battlefield store with music and attractions all year round, the York fair, Gettysburg battfield, take a horseback tour. The Susquehanna river for boating fishing, Ski Roundtop for skiing and tubing, Heritage Hills minutes away for tubing, Cool Creek country club for golfing. There are lots of historical places and antique shops. The four seasons are beautiful. It is so relaxing to take a night swim at the pool, and float around and cool off during the day. Have your own petting zoo or horses. The kitchen is log cabin with stone chinking, a loft, granite countertops, cherry cabinets, hardwood floors in kitchen and 8x2 tongue and groove restored pine floors. The addition is stone done the old fashioned way by local artist and stone mason with wide window sills. Formal dining room, living room and den. Restored bank barn with stone foundation.