330 Clark Rd,  Hummelstown  (17036)

$349,900

4 bedrooms 4   3 bathrooms 3   2016 square feet 2,016
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PROPERTY DETAILS

Address: view address
Hummelstown, PA 17036
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Features: Air Conditioning, Garage, Multi-level
Bedrooms:4Bathrooms:3 (full: 2, half: 1)
Square Feet:2,016 sq.ft.Lot Size:0.92 acres
Year Built:1815Styles:Farmhouse/National Folk
Property Type:DetachedNeighborhood:None Available
School District:Derry TownshipCounty:DAUPHIN
List Date:2020-08-03Listing Number:PADA124148
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MLS DESCRIPTION

This property was purportedly first built in 1815, and is one of early farms in Derry. They farmed what is now Chads Ford Development. By about 1915, the Tice Family started a poultry farm on the property, that thrives until the early 1970's. On it they had several large poultry barns, and it was a Derry Township landmark. When the farm was closed in the early 70's, the home had a number of local owners. Then in 1990, Ensminger and Co. saw the potential for a unique home, and spent a year upgrading the property to be both quaint, and practical for modern living. The current owner bought the home from them, and began the process of making the home more original in appearance, while keeping the modern amenities. This included exposing the original flooring, and adding some random width planking from a 1700's home in Middletown, which was razed. --






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Listing courtesy of: Brownstone Real Estate Co.