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New Homes in York County, Pennsylvania
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York County, Pennsylvania, is bordered by the Susquehanna River to the east and the Mason-Dixon Line to the south, which separates Pennsylvania from Maryland. The county was formed from Lancaster County and named for the English Duke of York, and our new homes in York County, PA, are near famous historic sites. Since the Second Continental Congress adopted the Articles of Confederation in York in 1777, some people consider York to be the first capital of the United States. Today, York County is known as the home of Utz Quality Foods, Snyder’s, Martin’s Potato Chips and a major manufacturing branch of Harley-Davidson.
Historic Downtown York
The beautifully preserved downtown area of historic York is a walk through history. Visitors will find the opportunity to learn about three centuries of American history, from Revolutionary War heroes to immigrant pioneers, farmers and contemporary craftsmen. For those who are captivated by the natural beauty and attractions of the area, buyers would do well to consider any of our new homes for sale in York County, PA. The new Ryan Homes’ maintenance-free townhome neighborhood is a gated community with an abundance of open space and walking trails. Residents here will enjoy easy access to nearby I-83, providing an easy commute to Baltimore and the surrounding areas.
Residents of York County will find shopping, restaurants and entertainment nearby, including a large-screen IMAX theatre. The York Heritage Rail Trail County Park provides miles of trails for hiking, horseback riding and bicycling. Three historic structures, including train stations and a tunnel, are located along the trail. There is something for everyone around York, including golf, wineries, theater and spas. Of course, the heritage sites and museums are a must, from Amish farms in neighboring Lancaster County to the historic Colonial Complex in York.