Lancaster Real Estate & Homes for Sale in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania


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Lancaster, Pennsylvania
Average Home Sizes and Asking Prices

Updated On: August 18, 2018
Zipcode Single Family Home Townhome or Condo
4 BR 3 BR #Lst 3 BR 2 BR #Lst
17601 2,100 sf $425,000 1,700 sf $302,000 239 1,800 sf $252,000 1,500 sf $200,000 35
17602 1,900 sf $359,000 1,400 sf $252,000 166 1,700 sf $206,000 1,300 sf $229,000 87
17603 1,900 sf $337,000 400 sf $212,000 246 1,400 sf $146,000 900 sf $292,000 177

Asking Price in 17601 - 3 Bedroom Single Family Homes
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Homes for Sale in Lancaster

Lancaster, Pennsylvania Real Estate & Homes for Sale

The oldest inland city in the country, Lancaster, Pennsylvania was originally settled in 1718. Lancaster today is an "All-American City" that typifies the rich history and cultural diversity of the Keystone State. Located some 70 miles west of Philadelphia, it is bordered on the north and west by the mighty Susquehanna River.

Outdoor enthusiasts will savor the beauty and variety of the many parks in Lancaster County. State game lands beckon hikers, hunters, horseback riders, and mountain bikers alike. Visitors can witness the annual migration of the tundra swans and Canadian geese at Middle Creek or walk among the spectacular wild-flower growth at Shenk's Ferry. If there's romance on your mind, the Pinnacle Point overlook of the Susquehanna River was voted the #1 romantic spot by county residents.

The largest local National Historic District can be found in Lancaster, PA. Residents and visitors can enjoy a downtown walking tour that showcases some of the oldest and most distinctive buildings in the region, including Trinity Lutheran Church. The "Old Town" residential district, the Heritage Center of Lancaster County, and the Central Market - the oldest publicly owned farmers' market in the United States - can also be found in the downtown district. Historic charm blends with a diverse economy and a wealth of natural beauty, making Lancaster a lovely hometown for families of any shape or size.

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Lancaster PA Housing Info

Lancaster, PA home prices are affordable and the local housing market offers a wide variety of condominiums, townhouses and single-family homes to choose from. Traditional multi-level condominiums and townhouses in communities such as Valleybrooke start under $100,000. Condo & townhome prices range up to $400,000 and more for newer contemporary Colonial and Tudor-style models with additional amenities in communities including Crossgates and Willow Valley. Single-family homes in Lancaster start at just under $100,000 for traditional and style properties in West End Hill and West Lancaster. Prices for larger, traditional and Colonial estate properties in areas such as Manheim Township, Hempfield, Lititz and School Lane Hills range into the millions. Many of these homes include large lots, beautifully landscaped yards, swimming pools, fireplaces, and basements. Those looking for historic homes for sale in Lancaster Pa can find properties dating back 250 years with gorgeous interiors and custom details. New construction homes can be found in Lancaster, starting around $150,000s. Buyers can also find plenty of land for sale ranging from below $100,000's to $7 million.