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Location: Wormleysburg, Pennsylvania
This 1960-built stone-clad home is basically a time capsule. According to the listing, the entire house is in its original condition, and we’re inclined to believe it. Located in Wormleysburg in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, the 2,492-square-foot residence features a gently sloping pitched roof, an open floor plan, walls of windows, and plenty of space for entertaining.
Upon entering, one is greeted by a great room with high ceilings centered by a majestic stone fireplace. Behind that and two steps up is the groovy wallpaper-clad dining room, which opens to the yard by way of sliding glass doors. Set right off that is the period kitchen with built-in breakfast table and original everything: wooden cabinets, paneled walls, wallpapered ceiling.
Another soaring living room also includes a massive stone fireplace and features beamed and paneled ceilings and walls, hardwood floors, and a half-wall of windows that open onto a sun room—not to mention the original built-in NuTone stereo system.
The three bedrooms are spacious and bright, and one with green carpeting, floral wallpaper, and violet closet doors. The two bathrooms are equally retro and delightful, boasting original peach colored tiles in one, and violet in the other—with the toilet and bathtub in an accent turquoise.
Set on .65-acre plot and located at 76 Greenwood Circle, this special property is offered at $325,000.
Via: Keller Williams