The median home value in Columbia,
PA is $143,450.
the county median home value of $218,000.
The national median home value is $266,648.
The average price of homes sold in Columbia,
PA is $143,450.
Approximately 52% of
Columbia homes are owned,
compared to 40% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Columbia real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
If you like to see a property, contact Columbia real estate agent to arrange a tour
Learn more about living in Columbia.
A MUST SEE!!!! Completely renovated detached home with an open floor plan. Laminate floor throughout the whole first floor including half bath. Three nice sized bedrooms on the 2nd floor along with a full bath. Beautiful patio outback
Redone Semi in Hempfield Schools. Amazing new white shaker kitchen w/granite & stainless appliances, fresh paint, new flooring throughout, newer windows & doors. Shiplap character throughout, 2nd floor laundry, huge rooms. Lots of square footage for the money, new paved parking area.
"Sold As Is" Welcome to this 2.5 story row home located across from the park in Historic downtown Columbia. This spacious 3 bedroom 1.5 baths, freshly painted throughout. Some amenities are built-ins, 10' ceilings, 1st floor laundry and hardwood floors, and new hot water heater. Front gutter and downspout will be replaced before settlement. $3,000 flooring allowance will be given at settlement.
With unparalleled and truly jaw-dropping views overlooking the Susquehanna River, this custom-built Manor Township, Lancaster County home is a true gem! Constructed in 2005, this Penn Manor School District home is all about energy-efficiency with a 10k solar panel system tied directly into the house and geothermal heating, both of which reduce the annual energy costs down to that of a much smaller home. Virtually every room in the house boasts incredible views of the river below, including the large great room with vaulted ceilings and huge windows to truly capture the river views that are simply impossible to replicate. The custom hardwood floors were milled from the Ash trees on site and stretch from the kitchen to the main floor master suite. In the master bedroom, river views and separate access to the large backyard deck will allow you to quickly slip outside to see the views. Of course, the master bathroom won't disappoint with double vanity sinks, large jetted tub, walk-in shower, and a large walk-in closet complete with built-in shelves and cabinets! You'll be able to take in the gorgeous views from the stunning kitchen, featuring cherry cabinets, stainless appliances, and center island - all with quick access to get out to the large outdoor deck, perfect for entertaining! Also on the main floor you'll find a charming dining room, 2 half baths, large laundry room with built in cabinets and drawers and mudroom with access to the huge attached 3-car garage. The upper level boasts 3 spacious bedrooms with walk-in closets, a full bath, and laundry chute. The lower level is a home within itself with large family room, full kitchen and breakfast bar, full bath with attached small bonus room that could be a guest room. There's also another large bonus room that could easily be a 5th bedroom, complete with walkout access to the outside and a separate stairwell to the garage! The finished basement has so many uses, the sky is the limit. Oh, and just one more thing - a separate 2-car garage outbuilding sits below the home with TONS of storage for all your toys. It even has a car lift! This home is truly stunning, unique, and sure to please with its million-dollar views - all without the million-dollar price! Check out the video walkthrough to see a small part of what this home has to offer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7zGLAZQlyK4
You won't want to miss this amazing home. The wow factors are evident from the moment you arrive, as you'll be greeted by the attractive exterior. And it only gets better from there. Entering the home, you'll find a beautiful, airy living room with lofty ceilings, a cozy fireplace, amazing refinished hardwood floors, and a powder room for your convenience. The refinished staircase makes for a great accent for this room as well. On to the kitchen; this one is a stunner. It features all the quality finishes you'd expect in a high end home, and the layout is what really stands out. It features bar seating for 4, next to the spacious dining area which then opens to the patio through sliding glass doors. This arrangement floods the first floor with natural light and provides even more of a spacious feel to an already roomy townhome. Moving upstairs, you'll be greeted by an absolutely stunning master suite, featuring a soaking tub, a custom tile shower, a large walk in closet, and it's own balcony. The second floor is rounded out by a huge guest bath, a laundry area, and another bedroom. The third floor features 2 more spacious rooms, either of which would be well suited for a great office space, and provide just a glimpse of the Susquehanna River. All of this is located just a short walk from downtown with its amazing antique shops, restaurants, bars and coffee shops. Beyond that is the ever amazing Northwest River trail, welcoming those who enjoy the outdoors. Call us, or your Realtor to schedule your private tour today! Besides the home having largely new mechanicals, seller is willing to provide a 1 year home warranty for your peace of mind
This 5 Bedroom 3 Bath, 3 Story almost 3000 sq. ft home has been TOTALLY renovated TOP to BOTTOM with Keeping in mind the old charm and character of its timeâ¦ The High Ceilings, Exposed Brick Wall and Ample Natural Light make this Home a True Heart Warmerâ¦ This Home is MOVE IN READY....and Talk about âPeace of Mindâ with a NEW HVAC System, NEW Roof, NEW Windows, NEW Custom Ash Gray Shaker Style 42â High Kitchen Cabinets! NEW Granite Countertops & Tile Backsplash, NEW Waterproof Luxury Vinyl Plank Flooring, NEW Carpet, New Electrical Panel, New Plumbing, NEW Stainless Steel Appliances & Brand New GE Washer & Dryer AND a 1 Year Home Warranty Included. There is even Off Street Parking in the Rear. The list goes on and onâ¦ There is NOTHING left to do, You truly have to see this one to appreciate it! Schedule YOUR SHOWING BEFORE THIS BEAUTY IS GONE.
Investor special! This massive 5 bedroom, 1 bathroom home is waiting to be updated. Come be part of Columbia's growing market. Cash offers only. Home is being sold as-is. Home will be cleared out prior to settlement. Settlement to occur no sooner than the first week of March.
Welcome to 625 Maple St! This property has many more perks and options for you than first meets the eye! Enjoy living in a detached brick home on a beautiful property, featuring one-floor living with bedrooms, bathroom, living, and kitchen all on the same floor. This home has efficient natural gas heat and central air. The finished, freshly painted basement offers many options, with a living/recreation room and a bonus room that could easily be a 3rd bedroom. There are also exterior stairs to the basement, with a new plastic cover to keep leaves and snow out. The home also has a screened side porch, a covered patio, and a spacious 3-seasons room to the rear of the house looking over the beautiful back yard. The home is on a quiet street, and there are two paved, private parking spaces in the back with a new retaining wall. Looking for a place for your carpentry projects? There are two freshly painted sheds and a utility building/third shed with electricity, workbenches, shelving and lots of storage - ready for your ideas! Enjoy living on a quaint street near the revitalizing town of Columbia - walk to shops, restaurants, the Columbia River Park, and the Northwest River Trail.
Prepare to be AMAZED by this rare & charming home that is lovingly maintained in its almost 225 year old history! Only owned by 5 families maintaining the historic uniqueness. Constructed in 1795, seldom does such a property of historic interest grace the market. Built by William Wright, a financier of the first bridge across the Susquehanna, nephew of Susanna Wright (Wright's Ferry Mansion, Columbia an adjoining property), grandson of one of the founders of the community of Columbia. It is known that William Wright, was a Quaker and fervent abolitionist, was perhaps the first to suggest a system and concert of action among the friends of the slaves to help them in their flight from southern bondage to a land of freedom by establishing a number of stations, along this route, where friends could direct and pass the fugitives from one friend to another. Hence it came to be known as the Underground Railroad, as stated in the History of Lancaster by Ellis and Evans, County, 1883. This dwelling has long been believed to be a "stop" on the Underground Railroad and has become the home of John Q Denny - one of the groups of men who set fire to the 4th bridge across the Susquehanna to keep Confederate Forces on the western shore which set up battle of Gettysburg, 1863. This time capsule home has originally faced the river but as the town developed the back became the front. It features an enviable setting of the Federal Period that has been retained in the original 1795 section of the home and most of the original structure is there, with one of the best Chippendale Flying Staircase west of Philadelphia, from the moldings and mantels to the floors and walls and locks and keys! Despite all the changes made to the dwelling, windows, mantles, and pocket doors are intact from the late 1800's renovation. The recently renovated includes soft pine flooring from France, a modern kitchen, and an additional 1st-floor bedroom and full bath. Three-story brick, 6 bedroom suite, situated in a picturesque neighborhood, and directly next door to Wright Ferry Mansion Museum and walking trails, it features a spacious level yard, pristine original wide-hardwood floors. Close to almost everything and still feels tucked away on a quiet tree-lined street. If these walls could talk - imagine the stories it could share! Have you ever wanted to own a piece of history? NOW is your chance! Schedule your exclusive showing today!
SELLER JUST REPLACED 3 WINDOWS WITH BRAND NEW HEAT EFFICIENT ONES. PRICE REDUCED AGAIN. MOTIVATED SELLER. Welcome to this 2 story row home in a quiet street with private fenced lot, covered front porch, fresh paint throughout. The property has 3 spacious bedroom, 1.5 bath, kitchen and formal dining room. Brand new flooring in the dining room, kitchen and upstairs bathroom. Also the whole was recently re-insulated with foam to keep the heat in and the cold out. The attic has a huge room that you can convert into a bedroom or playroom. The fully fenced backyard provides the privacy that every home owner want. Schedule your showing today.
Whether starting investing or looking to add to your portfolio, check out 360 S 3rd St. A compact 2.5 story, 2 Bedroom/1 bath home with long-term tenants who are looking to stay. Rent $850/month. Basement laundry; efficient gas, forced-air furnace. Located just a short distance from the NW Lanc Co River Trail for your tenant's hiking/biking pleasure. No SUNDAY Showings.
The property at 3985 Locust Grove Road in West Hempfield Township, between Columbia and Mountville, can be traced to William Penn. Penn gave land grants to the Kehler and Forry families and they settled in the area and began to develop the land. John Forry took up the land that would eventually feature the Locust Grove Inn as early as 1730. A few years after the completion of the Lancaster and Susquehanna turnpike, around 1803, John Forry Jr. built a large, two-story brick tavern one and a half miles east of Columbia on the south side of the turnpike. The road today is known as Lincoln Highway (Route 462). Isaac Vaughen, from an old and respectable family in Chester County, moved into the building just before it was completed. He remained two years before moving to Columbia. Vaughen was succeeded by Joshua Kehler, who had been keeping another tavern on the Susquehanna River. Kehler successfully cultivated a farm on the plot, and raised cattle. He conducted the Locust Grove Inn in the building and kept it for 45 years. It was an era when people rode stagecoaches or horses - or walked. Soon, the inn became a ?mecca? for travelers, according to a 1954 Columbia News article. The property predated the Union Stock Yards in Lancaster and it became an important rendezvous for cattle drovers. For lack of any other means of transportation, cattle were driven over the highway and humans and cattle alike found the inn a welcome overnight stopping place. Joshua Kehler married Anna Neff of West Hempfield, a descendent of Francis Neff, the earliest American progenitor of the family, who emigrated from Switzerland in 1717 because of religious prosecution. Kehler was a Mennonite, his wife a member of the German Reformed Church. The Kehlers had five daughters and one son, Henry. Henry N. Kehler was born in the inn/home in 1821 and lived his entire life there. Henry Kehler took over the 140-acre farm, reportedly one of the best farms in the county. He converted the inn into ?one of the finest private residences in the county,? according to Ellis and Evans' History of Lancaster County. The original Kehler homestead was a distance north of the inn. It was a stone house on a plot of land on the north side of what is now the Lincoln Highway. It became a tenant house on the Kehler estate when the Kehlers closed the inn and moved into it as their living quarters. Kehler was a director in the First National Bank of Columbia for more than three decades. People looked up to him due to his intelligence, sound judgment and business integrity. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church. Prior to the Civil War, he was a Democrat, but switched to Republican. Generations passed the portals of the Kehler home at Locust Grove, regarding it as part of the terrain. A large K (for Kehler) is made from different-colored stone in the jagged rock wall at the corner of Locust Grove Road and Route 462. Through the years, the former inn building saw the advent and decline of the trolley, the installation of bus service, and the rise of the automobile...Read More @ LancasterHomeStory.com
Great investment opportunity in the heart of Columbia Boro. 2 bedroom , 1 bath home with gas heat offers great long term return potential. Tenants and lease in place into mid 2021, current rent is under market. Home in good condition. Call today, before its gone.
Located on a corner lot in the historic and exciting town of Columbia stands this eye-catching brick property. Built in 1884, it first started as a school and has since transformed into a business with an apartment on the upper level. As you enter through the large set of doors to the eye-catching foyer, you'll see a grand staircase, ceramic tile floor and striking chandelier. From the foyer, you can go left into a large open room with hardwood floors, a fireplace, and track lighting which is now used as a business. To the right of the foyer is another large room currently used as a woodshop containing hardwood floors, large windows allowing lots of natural light and has a fireplace. Through the foyer is a half bath with convenient laundry closet. A door leads to the spacious lower level, which also has endless possibilities and could be converted to several uses such as offices, living quarters, or even a workshop. As you ascend the grand staircase to a 1st landing, a decorative door leads into another half bath. On each side of the bath is a storage closet. Make your way up to the 2nd floor landing which leads to 2 separate rooms. The first is a retro apartment and an overall unique space featuring a loft style sleeping area, full bath, and kitchen. The living room hosts a fireplace, a long counter with built-in storage and large windows that overlook the street below. A full kitchen has GE gas cooking, GE built-in dishwasher, and a large sink with a garbage disposal. The apartment also comes with a full bath with bench seat and tub/shower combo. Across from the apartment is an event studio with hardwood floor, large windows that look over the town and a one-of-a-kind stage. The exterior is classic with brick, has a covered front porch before the front door and has an original rod iron fence; as well as 8 parking spaces, a storage shed and a small yard with landscaping. Excellent location with access to major highways, short commute to York, Harrisburg and Lancaster. Close to the Susquehanna River and the artistic and historic events that Columbia has to offer.