Beautiful Mt. Joy Township (Elizabethtown Schools) farmette on 10.5 acres of lush Lancaster county farmland. This 4 bedroom two-story home was built in 1976 and has a large two story addition. Current owners have replaced the roof, siding, gutters, fascia and insulation in 2020. 36x40 Mennonite-built 5 point roof tobacco barn set on concrete/cinderblock foundation can accommodate up to 10 horses. 2nd floor tack room. Fresh water piped in from the stream. Barn was extended to the right in 1995 and to the left in 2018. Barn has a new roof, skylights, fascia, and soffits from 2019. Detached garage was built in 1990 and has a small extension to house an air compressor and welder (wired for 110/220). Rear extension added in 2000 and double carport added in 1995 and the single (high clearance) carport added in 2019. Home has an above ground pool built into a deck. The pool is 15 x 32 x 4'6". Decking was sanded and refinished in summer of 2020. Sand Mound and Well: 2 systems on the property with ability to shift between them. Manual valves in the large white pipe at the pool. Currently on drain field. The original field runs parallel to the driveway. Tank was pumped in 2020. The well is in the backyard, approx. 100’ deep, pump replaced, and tank pressure reset in 2020. The well never ran dry, even when filling the pool. House sets on approx. ¾ acre, remaining acreage is across the stream and basically follows the stream, crossing over at the far end. (small stand of trees) Some of the original horse fence still remains, most was fenced with hay cut for the horses. Plenty of water and green grass (usually only supplemented from November. Approx. 3 acres of woods. Strawberries, red and black raspberries, and blackberries on the property. Creek bank is naturalized with plants. Fox, deer and other wildlife frequent the property. Property surroundings - front and side surrounded by farm land, rotating crops. Back is bordered by corn fields. Right front is connected to original farm house property. Right back is back acreage of neighbor’s off of Creek Rd..