The median home value in Williamsport, MD is $237,000.
the county median home value of $169,900.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Williamsport, MD is $237,000.
Approximately 45% of Williamsport homes are owned,
compared to 47% rented, while
9% are vacant.
Williamsport real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Very nice Custom built 3 Bedroom 3.5 Bath Rancher located in a scenic country setting on a 1.3 acre lot. This 6 year old Home Features Hardwood Floors, Stainless Appliances , Granite counter tops and each Bedroom has its own private bathroom. Huge Unfinished walkout Basement with 9 FT ceilings and full sized windows just waiting for your finishing touch. This home has a total of 4 over sized garges and low utility bills with Geo Thermal Heating / AC and is well insulated with R21 insualtion in the walls and R48 insulation in the ceiling.
WELCOME HOME! A RANCHER IN SOUGHT AFTER WILLIAMSPORT! 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH, PARTIAL FINISHED BASEMENT, LARGE OVERSIZE GARAGE, SPACIOUS BACKYARD, DECK, FENCED, NEW CARPET AND GLEAMING HARDWOOD FLOORING ON THE MAIN LIVING, DINING AND HALLWAY, FRESHLY PAINTED. CLOSE TO COMMUTER AND SHOPPING! A MUST SEE!
Lovely rancher that offers single level living! This home has been well-maintained and offers all brick construction, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, with a 2-car garage. Situated on a cul-de-sac and located in sought after Van Lear Manor in the Williamsport school district. Home features an eat-in kitchen and a separate dining room with hard wood flooring. Covered rear patio with professionally maintained yard and extensive landscaping. Great commuter location near interstates I-81 and I-70. Schedule your appointment today!
Beautiful brick home located in Tammany Manor on large corner lot. This home features 3 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms with the laundry area on the main level. Original hardwood floors throughout and under carpet in bedrooms. Perfect size separate living area. Since the kitchen is where everyone gathers, this large updated kitchen has granite countertops and all appliances convey. Dining area within the kitchen is perfect for those intimate gatherings. Bonus room off kitchen area can be used as an office, den, or man cave and includes a wood burning fireplace. Large dining room has a sitting area and is great for entertaining the whole family while keeping an eye on everyone at the pool. Oversized double car garage has plenty of storage and shelving; utility sink and attic access. Beautifully landscaped yard includes 2 storage buildings, In ground pool and a brick patio perfect for year round entertaining. This home will not last long, schedule your tour today! Conveniently located to I-81, shopping, restaurants and more!
3 Bedroom 2 Bath Rancher. This Corner Lot comes with 3 Spacious bedrooms. Master Bedroom has a Dual vanity, Jacuzzi bath tub with marble tile back-splash. Has a walk in closet with the Washer/Dryer on the main level. The Kitchen offers stainless steel appliances with plenty of cabinet space and marble tile back-splash. Finished Rec room in the lower level. The home also comes with an in-ground pool and fenced in backyard.
THE DONNELLY HOUSE and THE BATTLE of FALLING WATERS 1863 Battlefield on 16 +/- acres, the site of the last battle of The Gettysburg Campaign fought on northern soil. THE PROPERTY - The manor home is a battlefield witness structure that has been immortalized in print, historic letters and art. This 1832 National Register Property is recorded in history as the Donnelly House. The imposing brick edifice was the home and law office of Daniel Donnelly, an attorney, politician and C & O Canal investor. The Gettysburg Visitors Center displays a reproduction copy of the famous Civil War artist Edwin Forbes' drawing of the Donnelly House and Battle as its' finale exhibit. THE RESIDENCE - This formal four-story Flemish Bond Facade brick masonry residence is of exceptional Federal and Greek Revival design . Although a classic center-hall style home with 10 fireplaces, it has been tastefully appointed with a gourmet kitchen, a master suite and three master baths. The historic public and private rooms have been painstakingly restored by the seller who is a nationally recognized expert and appraiser of the decorative arts and antiquities. These public rooms include the keeping room, the law library, the law office, the grand entry hall, the sweeping staircase and the front and back parlors. The private rooms include 3 state rooms with fireplaces. There is also a workshop, half bath and abundant storage rooms. The entire fourth story awaits final restoration and could be an ideal owner's suite or guest lodging. THE SITE - The property and it's numerous dependencies are contiguous to farmland and public parkland. The manor house has imposing formal boxwood gardens in English geometric character. These gardens form a secluded oasis from the property's battlefield, farmland and the neighboring agrarian countryside. The property is accessed by a hidden tree lined gravel drive and is sequestered from the road by a thick mature tree line. The road dead- ends at the Potomac River a scant two miles south where Robert E. Lee and his Confederate Army of Northern Virginia forded in retreat, never to fight on northern soil again. THE VIEW SHED - The property enjoys panoramic mountain views and tranquil country vistas. This property is situated on an impressive hill with a mile long view of the approaching road, a major reason Robert E Lee picked this farm as his last retreat encampment in his failed errant to invade the North and win the war. The incredible story of this battle is memorialized in the book "The Battle of Falling Waters 1863: Custer, Pettigrew and the End of the Gettysburg Campaign." THE MILIEU -The property can be accessed via a state road. It is four miles from the town of Williamsport, near RT. 70 and RT. 81 . A right turn onto Falling Waters Road takes you back in time, down a rural street scape punctuated at intervals by large estates, small homes, farms, gaming clubs and hunting cabins. This is the same road once traveled by 10,500 troops on two days 157 years ago. A virtual "who's who" of Generals fought here in a Battle that almost ended the War and where the heir apparent of the Confederate Presidency was mortally wounded in the Donnelly House garden.