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SOLD
$735,000
Date 08/26/2022

117 Canterbury Court
Nottingham, PA 19362

Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Residential
5
Beds
6
Baths
+
1 Half
3,765
Sq. Ft.
2.36
Acre Lot
1of
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Courtesy: BHHS Fox & Roach-Jennersville
brightmlshomes.com> Pennsylvania> Nottingham> 19362
5 Bedroom, 6.5 Bath Americana home in a private community of similar 18th-Century style architecture. This Sale includes TWO parcels, 117 & 119 Canterbury Court. The main house showcases a chestnut and locust, Original Timber hand-hewn log house. It has 4 spacious Bedrooms, 5.5 Bathrooms, a tavern bar that joins the kitchen, dining and living areas, and a large Great Room. The cedar clad wing has a grand Primary BR Suite with soaring 12-ft ceiling, including TWO full baths for a lucky couple. Upstairs are 3 humongous bedrooms each with ensuite full Baths. A replica of an 18th Century Pennsylvania barn serves as a 3-car garage (deep bay) and guest house, with a studio bedroom, full bath & laundry. Above the garage a 1000 sqft space awaits your decoration ideas to extend the guest house⦠Read more about this special property, in the cover story of the 2/2009 issue of Early American Life Magazine! You deserve modern must-haves (you don't actually live in the 1700s): high speed broadband Xfinity ready for your video streaming and home office; 300 AMP electric service; and two Geothermal HVAC systems. Sub-Zero fridge; Samsung stove; Miele dishwasher; new garbage disposal; wine fridge; Washer/Dryers in both main and guest houses, and rough-in for a 3rd W/D on the 2nd floor; whole house central vac; on-demand/tankless hot water; a 420 ft deep well with new water pump, filters and UV light treatment; your own 500-gal propane tank (underground); freezeless water hydrant; double hung insulated windows; 2 ceiling fans; spray foam insulation; and 50-yr roof with 35 yrs to go! GENEROUS built-in storage everywhere - drawers, cabinets, benches, closets & walk-in! The house rests on six steel girders! Local tradespeople and artisans provided Pennsylvania Dutch authenticity. Repurposed wood adds visual texture and personality throughout. Door hardware and nails are cast iron replicas from the original homestead. Tin sconce lighting, and "iron" chandeliers. 2 Eldreth ceramic sinks. 3 working fireplaces, ready to convert to propane if you so choose. A soapstone wood stove! 2 faux fireplaces. Thick brick floors in the kitchen and halls. Ye 'olde L-shaped stairway. Windowsill candles. If only walls could talk, in the 1700s the Great Room was certainly used for worship. While the 2007 incarnation imagines itself a public house ("pub") colonial tavern. Complete with hinged cages above the bar counter, should you ever want to "close the bar." Period paint colors. Purple Martin birdhouse. Relax on the rear porch deck. Sit atop the landscaped stacked stone terrace and watch the meadow. Panoramic daffodils, perennials, landscaping. Grow your own garden! In 1739, a Swiss-German settler Jacob Schock built his homestead in near Columbia on the Susquehanna River. It stayed in the Schock family for nearly 270 years. In 2006-7, the logs were carefully restored and rebuilt. Brittany Commons is now called home. Located in Lancaster County's Southern End, in Little Britain Twp along Octoraro Creek, Brittany Commons is a 100 acre private nonprofit community. Over a dozen 18th Century style homes share 38 acres of "common area" - meadow, trails and woods for the residents' recreation. From this convenient launching point, hop-skip-jump in 5-30 minutes to Routes 1 or 95, Amtrak, Maryland's MARC Penn Line, U of DE, Longwood Gardens, or Amish attractions. Your new home is midway between Philadelphia & Baltimore. Midway between Washington DC & New York City. Many options for you, at the peaceful crossroads of the Good Life and a Quick Get-away.
PALA2014312
Single Family, Single Family-Detached, Log, 2 Story
5
LITTLE BRITAIN TWP
LANCASTER
6 Full/1 Half
2007
2.5%
2.36 Acres
Electric Water Heater, Tankless Water Heater, LP G
Log
Septic
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