Own a piece of HISTORY! Currently a Bed & Breakfast, but could be converted back to a private residence with lots of living space for extended family. The house was built in the 1860s by a direct descendant of Rev. Hans Herr who was among the original settlers of Lancaster County in 1710. The main house is skillfully constructed with many features & updates. The 3,500 square feet of living space in the main house offers four well appointed en suite guest rooms with fireplaces, two en suite owners rooms, a living room with 11.5 ft ceilings and floor to ceiling built in book shelves, a brick and granite kitchen, large 4' x 8' pantry closet, owners den with patio entrance/gas fireplace/powder room/laundry room with linen storage & folding counter, 13 x 9 fully operational greenhouse. Each guest room has it's own personality whether it is romantic characteristics or rustic cabin charm. Mechanical qualities include central A/C, water softener, water pressure booster, and new 275 gallon fuel tank & stainless steel chimney liner. A 588 square foot two bedroom country cottage with gas fireplace also occupies a piece of the nearly one acre lot. The property is professionally and personally landscaped with several gardens including a fenced in raised bed garden, two level treehouse w/spiral slide, firepit, horseshoe pits, and Triskele Labyrinth. The three bay garage has an abundance of storage space for three vehicles and an attached 107 sq ft garden/tool shed. The garage also has a 237 sq ft enclosed porch and 36 x 12 deck in the rear providing the ideal opportunity for intimate events. Century old trees include Pecan, Black Walnut, and Blue Spruce. Southern Magnolia Trees, and Shag Bark Birch reside here as well. Parking area has space for 7 vehicles and there is nearby parking available for travelers with large trailers or campers. Located less than 5 miles south of Lancaster City, there is easy access to all area attractions and public transportation including the Amtrak station.