Excellent setting in Garden Spot School District, featuring 3 bedroom, 2 1/2 BA. This home welcomes you with a spacious floor plan and loads of natural light, fresh paint and new flooring. You will love the living space on the main floor offering, a separate living room, spacious kitchen and dining area, 2-sided stone surround gas fireplace which can be enjoyed from the kitchen and the 22' x 16' great room with vaulted ceiling. Second floor features primary bedroom and bath, totally remodeled bathrooms, fresh paint and new flooring. Newer HVAC system, updated roof, water treatment system. Perfect outdoor entertaining space with a large stamped concrete patio area, level rear yard which opens to neighboring open space, cul-de-sac street, no thru traffic.
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A Restaurant License and Commercial Kitchen differentiate The Inn at Twin Linden from most others. This established Bed & Breakfast Inn offers the business opportunity to serve guests and the public as an Inn, Restaurant, Retreat and Small Wedding Venue. Located in the quaint town of Churchtown, in the heart of Amish Country, Lancaster County, PA, The Inn at Twin Linden features 8 well appointed guest rooms with full baths, a parlor/receiving room, 2 living room common areas, 3 indoor dining areas, and public restrooms. An adjoining Inn keeper suite has 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, an open floor plan, skylights, kitchen, living and dining areas, cozy wood burning fireplace, and an office. Set on 1.5 acres, additional amenities include a quality built barn for storage and/or gift shop, detached 2 car garage, landscaped grounds, covered porches, patio, 2 pergolas, walking paths, meditation benches and gorgeous farmland mountain views. Put your skills, culinary passion, and desire to serve into action. Call Today for a private tour.
This beautiful sandstone home is on the National Register of Historic Places in the picturesque Village of Churchtown. Known as The Hon. Edward Davies House, who purchased this property in 1804. Edward Davies was elected to the State Legislature in 1834, and served in the Twenty-fifth and Twenty-sixth Congresses from 1839-1841. This home is an excellent example of early the Federal period of architecture in eastern Lancaster County. It features spacious formal rooms on the main floor, with bedrooms on the second and third floor. All bedrooms include an en suite bathroom. There are three gas fireplaces throughout the home with original mantels. There is tremendous flexibility with the floor plan for those looking for space to work from home. Come tour this exceptional historical property to see for yourself!