- 3 baths
- 4 beds
- 2,975 sq ft
- .5 to 1 acre
About This Old House
383 Blossom Hill Drive is a Mid-Century Modern home in Lancaster, PA. The home was built in 1957 and was designed by American architect, Robert Geddes. The home’s exterior features mature landscaping, flowering bushes, and plenty of yard space.
The home’s interior features an open floor plan with a living room with a balcony, family room with a fireplace, a formal dining room with a balcony, and a kitchen with modern appliances, and plenty of pantry space. The kitchen leads to the home’s screened-in porch.
There are 4 total bedrooms in the home, each with access to their own balconies. A full bathroom with tile wall and flooring and a ceramic tub is found in the hallway. The master bedroom is carpeted, has a slanted ceiling, large windows, has unique light fixtures, and a master bathroom with a stall shower.
The home’s lower level has a large utility room with a laundry chute and storage closets and cabinets. There is an open space with large windows overlooking a well-maintained yard, as well as walkout access to the patio area. There is also a full bathroom and a laundry area.
This home is a must-see and is a prime example of Mid-Century Modern Architecture common in the Blossom Hill neighborhood minutes from Lancaster City. This hilltop home has wonderful views of Lancaster County.