East Earl PA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in East Earl, PA is $275,500.
the county median home value of $203,500.
The national median home value is $219,700.
The average price of homes sold in East Earl, PA is $275,500.
Approximately 81.29% of East Earl homes are owned,
compared to 8.55% rented, while
10.16% are vacant.
East Earl real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a East Earl real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
Brand new home offering large kitchen with spacious living and dining area plus 3 beds 2 baths and laundry all on one floor making this a very convenient living space. Features sliding glass door going out to the large deck for an enjoyable outside space. And attached 2 car garage and a full walkout basement. Come see this before its gone!
Unbelievable setting with farmland views for miles, featuring a beautiful in-ground pool in Eastern Lancaster Co. School District! This home is located at the end of a private street and offers an updated custom cherry kitchen with granite counter tops, stainless under-mount sink, tile backsplash, stainless appliances, bump-out breakfast nook with loads of natural lighting, separate formal dining room and living room with hardwood, and office and open family room that includes a wood burning fireplace and built-ins, all on the first floor! 2nd floor offers 4 BR's, with a primary suite, WIC and bath. The full finished lower level is fantastic additional square footage to this already spacious home, tile floors, a wood burning stove, built-in area with refrigerator as well as 2 separate finished areas offering a workshop with utility sink and separate storage area. The rear yard is all you could want, fenced-in, maintenance free 2 level deck with electric awning, a screened-in Gazebo with ceiling fan, stone pathways, mature gorgeous landscaping, in-ground pool, level rear yard and storage shed. Few features to note, the 2 car garage is oversized, with pull down stairs for extra storage, wood shelving included, basement built with superior walls, Ecobee smart programable thermostat, some newer windows, roof in 2014 with lifetime warranty, new heat pump and A/C in 2018 and more! See additional attachment for detailed list of improvements.
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Excellent opportunity to purchase small acreage property on the outskirts of Terre Hill. Easy access to Routes 897, 322, 625 etc. Minutes from Red Run campground. This is an absolute auction on June 29th at 6 pm. No minimum or reserve price. Are you tired of properties being sold before you have an opportunity to even look? Tired of trying to guess how much over list you should offer? This property will be up for Public Auction The starting bid is NOT the sales price. The final bid price will be determined by live, competitive bidding. Terms:. If you are the successful bidder, A 10% deposit will be held in escrow and settlement must happen on or before 45 days. Property being sold AS IS, WHERE IS with NO CONTINGENCIES. Sale is NOT contingent on financing, inspections, etc. Buyer(s) are responsible for 2% PA transfer tax and deed preparation. We will give everyone the same opportunity on auction day. The process is fun and transparent. If auctions are not familiar to you please call us so we can answer your questions and help you feel comfortable with the process. Donât miss the opportunity to make this fabulous home yours! List price is a suggested starting bid.
A one of a kind historic stone home with a list of early political figures including President Abraham Lincoln who stepped foot on the property since 1761. If you are looking to own a true piece of history, this is the property for you. The old homestead known as âWallaciaâ is well documented over its 260 year history. It remained in the Wallace family from 1761 until 1966. It appears as an engraving on the 1855 Three Earls map. It appears again within the pages of the book written by Marion Wallace Reninger entitled âMy Lincoln Letterâ printed by Rudisill & Company in 1953. And if you type in the names of Dr. William Smith Wallace and President Abraham Lincoln the internet will confirm even more of the homes history. This grand old stone homestead was built in three sections between 1761 and 1794. The center section and the rear âstone enderâ portion being the oldest. The last section built on the west end of the house served as both an early mercantile general store and a stage coach stop. One can only imagine the history that took place within these walls. The house still maintains many original features from its early years. The exterior has changed very little from the 1855 engraving on the Three Earls Map of East Earl Township. Inside you can still find original 1700s built in corner cupboards, door locks, latches and hinges, wide random width plank flooring, wood pegged beams and timbers marked with roman numerals, even two massive stone cooking fireplaces, and a smoke house room with the original meat hooks still in the ceiling. Even an old heirloom grapevine and arbor is to the rear entrance to the house, which produces beautiful fruit each year. But this charming old house has its modern amenities as well. It proudly boasts a remodeled kitchen with new custom cabinets, granite countertops, dishwasher, glass top stove, and a built in double oven. An open archway connects the kitchen to the dining room surrounded by deep window sills. The bathroom has been remodeled but retains the original 1920s clawfoot tub and sink. A new LP gas furnace with hot water heat utilizing refurbished hot water radiators. And public water & sewer. All interior rooms have been repainted with the âWilliamsburg Color Collection by Benjamin Moore Paintsâ. And new half round gutters and downspouts have been installed to complement and protect the repointed stone walls. Outside on the .65 Acre lot stands both an 18â² x 20â² block garage and a 10â² x 18â² horse stable. A nice garden is planted next to the horse stable. The yard is lined with a stone wall on two sides and full of roses, hollies, trees, flowers and bushes. Two large covered porches on both the front and the rear of the house provide shade for a restful retreat. The house is located halfway between Lancaster and Philadelphia Pa. on Division Highway (Route 322) with easily access to both Route 23 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike (I-76). Close to schools, shopping and outdoor farmers markets and road stands for fresh produce when in season. Lancaster Amtrak train station is less than 14 miles away. Amtrak has service to Harrisburg, Philadelphia, and New York City.
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