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Historic Accomac House c.1800

165 Accomac Rd, York, PA 17406, USA
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The Historic Accomac House c.1800 is a beautifully restored stone home on 6+ acres with gorgeous wood floors, gas fireplace, main level master or in-law suite, a year round sun room, plenty of storage in full basement & attic, attached 2 car garage, original spring house and smoke house, fenced yard, stable/barn & so much more. With a full complement of wild life, birds and nature trails, this is a rare retreat from a fast paced world, yet Historic Accomac House is just minutes from Rte 30 & York, and about 2 hours from DC, Baltimore & Philadelphia.

The current owners have taken pride in their stewardship and preserved the historic detailing, while updating the home with modern amenities, including a beautiful kitchen with stainless steel appliances. The exquisite landscaping around the house includes a flagstone patio next to large screened porch — perfect for entertaining or just relaxing outside. A stroll around the private 6.5 acre grounds is rewarded with delightful gardens and impressive mature trees in a park-like setting.

Truly unique in this marketplace, the versatility of Historic Accomac House is unmatched and its uses may include, horses or other livestock, modest farming, or perhaps simply a beautiful historic estate.

This is a home of rare and beautiful distinction, close to Baltimore, DC & Philly, yet a world away.

Original Spring House
Original Smoke House
Small stable/Barn
Storage Shed

  • City: Accomac
  • State/county: Pennsylvania
  • Country: United States


Updated on December 14, 2018 at 12:10 am

  • Property ID: 3003
  • Price: $349,900
  • Property Size: 2752 Sq Ft
  • Land Area: 6.5 Acres
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Garage: 1
  • Garage Size: Attached - 2 Spaces
  • Year Built: 1800
  • Property Type: Homes
  • Property Status: Sold


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Gary Gestson
Gary Gestson
301-975-9500 ext. 4604301-646-0046
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