This home along the Susquehanna River in Wormleysburg, is close to highways, shopping, restaurants.
It also affords amazing views of the river and Harrisburg city skyline, especially from the front porch.
The living room boasts a brick fireplace and offers spectacular views through large windows. Original pocket doors with glass inserts separate the living room from the kitchen and offer privacy when needed, but still allow plenty of light into the kitchen and dining areas.
The kitchen has been upgraded with granite countertops and mostly stainless steel appliances. A walk-in pantry next to the refrigerator allows easy access. A large bay window in the kitchen continues the theme of allowing light to stream into the home and brighten the mood.
The first floor also has a full bath and a laundry area located in a light-filled hallway.
Another room that could be used as an owner’s suite or a family room or home office area, is located in the hallway and best as described as light and airy with an entire wall of windows and high ceilings.
Down the hall is a back door leading to a deck overlooking the back yard.
On the second floor are three more bedrooms and a full bath. One bedroom offers the surprise of a huge closet space that runs the entire length of the room, accessed through three sets of mirrored double doors.
The front bedroom offers river and city skyline views through three sets of windows. This bedroom also has steps leading to the large unfinished walk-up attic.
Out back is a fenced-in private yard, two car garage, with one side a carport and bonus space above the garage that can be used as a man-cave, babe cave, home office, studio or work space.
Located at 316 N. Front St. Wormleysburg, the home is listed for $289,000 by agent Tess Bockes, with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
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