Lebanon County, Pennsylvania was first established in 1723 and was created by an Act of Assembly in 1813 from portions of Dauphin and Lancaster counties. According to the 2013 Census data, Lebanon County has a population of approximately 135,486.
The original German settlers tilled the valley's fertile soil, creating an economic base that continues today and blends with the residential, commercial and industrial development presently occurring. Also reflective of Lebanon County's "Pennsylvania Dutch" heritage are its pastoral landscape, attractive farms and outstanding dairy and pork products, especially Lebanon Bologna.
According to Zillow's County Market Overview, the median home value in Lebanon, Pennsylvania is $151,800. Homesale Realty is proud to bring you Lebanon County, Pennsylvania homes for sale.
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