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2304 Kent Street

This 5-bedroom, 3.5 bath includes a detached 700 square foot in-law suite with 8 inch hardwood floors above an over-sized 2 car garage/workshop . The entire detached building is fully heated & cooled. The In-law suite includes 1 bedroom (5th bedroom), 1 full bath (3rd full bath), & full kitchen.

The home features wood floors throughout the first floor, a gorgeous Ed Lank Kitchen with Viking stove & stainless-steel appliances that opens to a formal dining room, and a master bedroom with skylights, a walk-in-closet, full bath w/ large shower and soaking tub.

This house has the original charm of the early 1900s, with fresh wiring, plumbing, and modern insulation, and closet space throughout. You don't want to miss it!

For more information click here or contact Matt Healey at 717-608-5169 or



This beautiful 3-bedroom home features a new kitchen, master bath, deck, flooring and much more! Not to mention a great neighborhood in the Cumberland Valley School District!

First floor master leads to flowing open floorplan crowned by a family room with a two-story ceiling. Entertain on a spacious deck and roomy backyard with a new 6-foot privacy fence. A must-see!



This two-bedroom charming Camp Hill bungalow is a true must-see! From its stunning hardwood floors, cozy living room fireplace to screened front porch, spacious backyard and two-car garage, this home offers plenty of entertaining opportunities.

Walk to shopping, cafes, schools and restaurants. Close to hospital and easy access to highways plus much more!!

Contact Denise Amig at 717-554-8611 or to learn mor about 2820 Yale Avenue.





BRIGHT, LIGHT AND MOVE-IN READY! UNRIVALED 180 DEGREE COUNTRYSIDE VIEWS ABOUND! This single family is the perfect balance of size and quality and has just been freshly painted for you so you can move right in! Gracious hardwoods enhance the main living space which offers the popular open family room/kitchen concept with separate breakfast area and HUGE slab granite breakfast bar!

Located in the Traditions of America community and in the Cumberland Valley School District, this 3 bedroom, 3 bath home is located close to the pool and clubhouse. In addition to heated indoor and outdoor pools, the community features tennis, pickleball, bocce ball, fitness center and classes, billiards room, game/media room, walking trails and so much more!

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You don't want to miss this one-of-a-kind townhome in uptown Harrisburg!

Carefully renovated to keep its circa-1900's charm, the 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath home features a main level with main level has a beautiful open floor plan w/ hardwood floors throughout and exposed brick.

The kitchen has stainless steel appliances, butcher block counter tops, gas range, dishwasher, tiled back splash, bar w/ stools and lots of extra space. Enjoy a cup of morning coffee on the large front porch or entertain in the spacious, fenced, private backyard with fire pit and amazing landscaping.

Upstairs features a 2nd floor laundry and the 3rd floor master has a walk-in-closet and bath with jacuzzi tub. This home is a must-see!

For more information, click here or contact Corey Smith at 724-422-7518 or





1701 N. Front Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102

1701 N. Front Street, Harrisburg, PA 17102

Join the riverfront revival in one of the finest historic properties on Front Street in the city of Harrisburg!

Set up your office in 1,600 square feet of space on the first floor and college rent from two of the most stylish apartments in the city on floors two and three.

Asking price for this 4,802-square-foot property is $380,000.

Impeccable maintenance and renovations respecting original architectural details abound. New hardwood floors gleam. Updated mechanicals assure comfort on each level. Premium composite roof looks like the original slate! Corner location offers onsite parking and garage.

This space is perfect for professional use by attorneys, insurers, lobbyists, health care professionals, and all others looking to make a statement from a distinctive space.

Interested? Learn more here, and contact Mark Coakley at 717-763-1212 or



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Don't  have  time  to  wait  on  new  construction?  Make  this  2016  home  in Lower Paxton Township (Central Dauphin SD) yours  today!! 

This  beautiful  Milan  floor  plan  with  a  3  Car  Garage  is  tastefully  appointed  with  an  upgraded  kitchen  featuring  a  gourmet  Island,  granite  countertops,  stainless  -steel  appliances  with a gas  range. The kitchen opens  into  the  morning  room  with  vaulted  ceilings  offering  an  abundance  of  natural  light.

A luxurious  master  bedroom  with  2  walk-in  closets. 

You  will  always  have  privacy  in  the  rear  yard  as  it  backs  up  to  open  space  and  the  lighted  walking  trails.



Click here for more information and here for a great video tour to see all this truly unique home as to offer!


From the long, private driveway to scenic walking trails over the partially wooded property that features a woodworking shed and a "she'' shed, this home has a definite vacation-in-the-country feel!

The custom J.W. Mumper built home has a beautiful front porch and patio with great views and inside boasts large open rooms creates a cozy warm atmosphere, heightened by a two sided wood burning fireplace with propane rough in gracing the living room and den.



A former 239-acre dairy farm offers a rare opportunity to develop one of the few remaining large tracts along Lower Swatara Township's growing Fulling Mill commercial corridor and Rt. 441, just minutes from Harrisburg International Airport.

The entire tract at 2400 Fulling Mill Road, which is listed for $11.9 million and has access to public water and sewer, is also being offered as four separate lots. While there are a mix of offices and warehouses nearby, 2400 Fulling Mill is zoned for residential and agricultural use, meaning a developer will need township approval for a plan that includes commercial or industrial uses.

On the largest of the four lots – 152.08 acres with frontage on Fulling Mill and Rt. 441, is the original 1777 farmhouse, featuring seven bedrooms and various upgrades including an indoor pool. A three-bedroom guest house, barns and outbuildings are also on the parcel.

  • For more information about 2400 Fulling Mill Road, Middletown, PA 17057, please contact Jim Koury of RSR, REALTORS® at 717-439-2115 or
  • The tract is ideally located to all major transportation centers, including two miles to both train and bus access, five miles to Harrisburg International Airport and within easy access of all major roadways: I-83, I-283, I-76 (PA Turnpike), Rt. 441, Rt. 322.
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"I believe there is the recognition that the highest and best use for this tract may not be solely residential and realizing its full potential will entail a developer working with the township to change the zoning,'' said Jim Koury, CEO of RSR, REALTORS®, who is listing the property. "The property also boasts a beautiful farmhouse and someone could maintain that part as a little farmette.''

Koury said flex buildings – combination office and warehouse structures – would make sense along the Rt. 441 and Fulling Mill Road frontage. Fulling Mill already has numerous office/warehouse buildings, including TE Connectivity at 2801 Fulling Mill Road.

In addition, the plan could call for a mix of single-family, townhomes and apartments on the residual acreage which would provide a buffer to the residents in Twelve Oaks and Longview Drive.

A 55-plus community could also be a good fit for part of the tract, Koury said.

Such a 55-plus development – The Pond on Fulling Mill – is currently under construction next door at Fulling Mill and Nissley Drive. Developers of The Pond have said plans call for a mix of mostly townhome and duplexes and have said demand in the area for 55-plus communities is high.

To Tom Williams and his three siblings, whose parents bought the property in 1933 and who still farms it with his wife of 55 years, Tiz, it makes sense to look at other uses for the land. In addition to farming, the couple routinely hosted youth groups from other countries and many of the trees lining the front drive and around the house were planted to commemorate the occasions.

But Williams, 82, said the times, the surrounding community and the business of agriculture are different.

"It's all about change,'' said Williams, who shut down the dairy part of the farm 15 years ago and raises corn and soybeans. "This is now a small farm, and with the changes in agriculture and the way the surrounding community is changing, it no longer makes sense to continue as a farm.''

Not only are modern farms much larger, but Williams points to the existing homes nearby and the fact that more are on the way.

"Cows, crops and condos don't mix,'' Williams said. "What was here before it was a farm? It was once forest and then it changed and became a farm. Just as the community is changing, it's time for this land to change.''

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