Historic House Listings

Off market. Built in 1760! The Fisher-Crouse House. Located on one acre in Pennsylvania. $112,500

August 13, 2019

Love the stone exterior! The Fisher-Crouse house was built in 1760. It is located on one acre in Hanover, Pennsylvania. This German stone farmhouse is said to be the oldest in the area. Constructed by Nicholas Fisher, a farmer and landowner. The home has a fieldstone foundation that is remarkably intact and in good condition. All of the windows appear to be original as are a few doors in the home. The hardware on the windows and doors are all original and hand forged. There is original faux finish on the baseboards which was done in that period to simulate marble. The roof is fairly new with architectural shingles. The home has a basement and one corner shows what appears to be an indoor cistern. The estimates to bring it up to livable conditions are $125,000-$150,000. Four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 1,860 square feet. $125,000 New price: $112,500

From the Zillow listing:


This 1860 square foot single family home has 4 bedrooms and 3.0 bathrooms. It is located at 415 Wilson Hanover, Pennsylvania.


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