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On The Market: Two Lovely Three Bedroom Homes

Each Wednesday we are hand picking two properties to showcase for those looking to relocate in the county or find a new home within the county.

A Blend of Classic Charm and Modern Sophistication

317 Tritle Ave, Waynesboro, PA 17268

Price: $288,900
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2.5
Square Footage: 2,814 sqft

Nestled in the serene backdrop of Waynesboro, PA, this address promises a welcoming and warm living experience for those seeking a peaceful lifestyle with easy access to local amenities. The property, located at 17268, boasts a unique blend of architectural beauty and modern living, making it an ideal home for families, couples, or individuals looking to plant roots in a friendly community. With its prime location, residents will enjoy the convenience of nearby shops, schools, and parks, while savoring the tranquility of suburban living. Don’t miss the opportunity to make 317 Tritle Ave your new home, where memories await to be created.

Key Features:

  • Recently updated kitchen to include stainless steel appliances
  • Meticulously maintained and offers a front porch, a back deck and a fenced yard
  • A finished basement with storage
  • A half bath and laundry room with pantry on the main level.

Serene Beauty with a Touch of Rustic Charm

6130 Greenbriar Dr, Fayetteville, PA 17222

Price: $375,000
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 3
Square Footage: 2,612 sqft

Nestled in the serene landscape of Fayetteville, PA, 6130 Greenbriar Drive offers an exceptional living experience. This property boasts a prime location that combines the tranquility of nature with the convenience of nearby amenities. With its spacious layout and modern features, it promises comfort and style. Whether you’re looking to enjoy peaceful evenings in a cozy setting or entertaining friends and family, this property is designed to cater to all your needs. Discover the perfect blend of elegance and functionality at 6130 Greenbriar Drive, and make it the backdrop to your life’s most cherished moments.

Key Features:

  • Modern Design: Spacious, stylish interiors.
  • Natural Beauty: Peaceful, scenic location.
  • Convenient Location: Near shops, schools, and parks.
  • Luxury Finishes: Premium appliances and details.

Making Franklin County Your Home

Whether you’re attracted to the sophisticated charm of a colonial residence or the peaceful ambiance of a nature-infused retreat, Franklin County offers a lifestyle suited to a variety of preferences and desires. Each home presents its unique advantages, from premium construction and modern amenities to serene landscapes and eco-friendly features.

Explore these homes and envision a new level of comfort and style in your life. Schedule your visit today and take the first step towards making one of these exceptional properties your new forever home.

Sales price and data accurate as of 3/13/24 at 10am.

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Kitty D Hann 1938-2024

At 18 years of age, Kitty was recruited to work for the Dept. of the Navy in Washington, D.C., where she resided in an all-girl’s boarding house. She created lifelong friendships there.

John Eugene Walck 1933-2024

Mr. Walck worked proudly for Hagerstown Canteen Vending Service for 50 years, retiring in 2003. He enjoyed the outdoors, trap shooting, and collecting trains.

Justin L. Nichols 1981-2024

Justin enjoyed hunting, fishing, spending time around a camp fire, time spent with family and friends and living life to the fullest.

Robert “Bob” Rhoten 1933-2024

After he left the military, Bob worked several data entry jobs. After 10 years of service to the Federal Government, he retired in his early 70’s.

Nina Fegan 1947-2024

Nina graduated from St. Joseph’s Nursing School in Lancaster, PA as a Registered Nurse. She enjoyed puzzles, reading and vacationing in Cape May, NJ.

Duane Lee Bidlack 1938-2024

Duane earned a Bachelor’s degree from Tri-State College and later a PhD in Chemical Engineering from Michigan State University.

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