This Land For Sale in York, Pennsylvania Is Cozy Lot With City Convenience, Suburban Serenity.: 1346 West College Ave, York, PA is a 0.0826-Acre (3,600 square foot) vacant land lot in West York. This is a level lot but quite rolling closer to the back of it with neighbors on each side making it perfect for a new home with the right builder.
This vacant land is nearby hospitals, schools including York Country Day School, Indian Rock El School, and West York Area High School. Plus there are grocery stores like Turkey Hill, LP, Giant Food and El Sol Mexicana Store nearby. There are also coffee shops nearby like Latte Da Gourmet Coffee, New Grounds Roasting Company, and Starbucks. Not to mention fabulous restaurants including The Other Place, Roburrito's, and Roburrito's Famous Burritos.
1346 W College Ave is near York Fairgrounds, Bantz Park, and Lincoln Park with easy access to Hallam 9.3 miles from the property, Wrightsville 13.5 miles from the property, and a 6 minutes drive from this lot is the center of York, Pa.
Create A Custom New Family Home: 1346 West College Ave, York, PA is an ideal investment with tons of potential in this suburban area for those who love to stay in a secluded suburban area and is uniquely located near single-family homes in a serene neighborhood just waiting for your custom built home of immense elegance to complete this neighborhood.
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York County, PA Profile
What's Happening in York County Pa?
York County is one of 67 Counties of the U.S. state of Pennsylvania.
York County was created on August 19, 1749, from part of Lancaster County and named either after the Duke of York, an early patron of the Penn family, or for the city and county of York in England. Its county seat is the city of York which is also known as the White Rose City, named after the symbol of the House of York.
York was the birthplace of the Articles of Confederation, and it was in this city that the name “The United States of America” was coined. For nine months, from late 1777 until mid-1778, York served as the Capital of the United States.
York County was Pennsylvania's first county established west of the Susquehanna River and comprises the York-Hanover, Pennsylvania Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is also included in the Harrisburg-York-Lebanon, Pennsylvania Combined Statistical Area. York County is in the Susquehanna Valley, a large fertile agricultural region in South Central Pennsylvania.
Major Cities and Towns
York County consists of 1 City: York, 10 Towns: Airville, Brogue, Codorus, Dallastown, Delta, Hanover, New Freedom, Porters Sideling, Spring Grove, and Thomasville.
York, PA Neighborhoods
Wilshire Hills, Yorkshire, Wyndham Hills, Fayfield, Amleyn Gardens, Woodland View, Longstown, Yorktown Homes, Arlington Park, Yocumtown and Bryansville.
York, PA Cost of Living
York cost of living indices is based on a US average of 100. An amount below 100 means York is cheaper than the US average. A cost of living index above 100 means York, Pennsylvania is more expensive.
What's Happening in York, Pa?
York (Pennsylvania German: Yarrick), York and the surrounding area are served by the York City, Dallastown, Eastern York, West York, Central York, York Suburban, Southern York County, Red Lion, Northeastern York, Dover, Hanover, South Western, Spring Grove, York County School of Technology and South-Eastern public school districts. Some of the private Christian schools in the area include Christian School of York, Shrewsbury Christian Academy, and York Catholic High School.
There are also a number of charter schools in the area. Lincoln Charter School was established in 2000, Helen Thackston Charter School in 2009, and York Academy Regional Charter School in 2011.
The city is home to York College of Pennsylvania, which was founded in 1787; Penn State York; YTI Career Institute (Yti), which offers accredited technology and business-based degree programs; Yorktowne Business Institute (Ybi) & School of Culinary Arts, which offers accredited degree and diploma programs in the Business, Medical and Culinary fields; York Time Institute; Hacc's York Campus; and The Art Institute of York-Pennsylvania, formerly Bradley Academy for the Visual Arts.
These premiere schools alone make York County is the fastest-growing county attracting 20- to 35-year-olds in the state.
Address: 1346 W College Ave, York, Pa
Sale Price: $6,999 (Full Cash Price) $11,999 (Seller Financing Price)
County: York County
School District: West York School District
Municipality: West Manchester Twp
Closest Community/City To The Property: Lancaster, Pa
Apn (Assessor's Parcel Number): 0A000000
Lot Size: 0.0826 Acres
Property Type: Residential Vacant Land
Zoning: R-6 Residential Zone
Terrain: Level but quite rolling
Road Access: Paved
Water Supply: Public
Annual Taxes: $631.75 (Estimated)
HOA Dues: N/A
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