York County, Pennsylvania was established on August 19, 1749 from part of Lancaster County and named either for the Duke of York, an early patron of the Penn family, or for the city and shire of York in England. According the to the 2013 Census data, York County has a population of approximately 438,965.
The town of York was termed "Yorktown" in the colonial period. Historically, York served as America's first capitol-home to the Continental Congress from September 1777 to June 1778. Local museums provide glimpses into areas such as time keeping, weight lifting, agriculture, Native American life, and the unique, world-famous Harley-Davidson Motorcycle Museum.
York is home to three state parks where visitors can hike, fish, swim, and picnic. The nearby Susquehanna River makes York County one of the top boating areas in Pennsylvania.
According to Zillow's County Market Overview, the average home price in York, Pennsylvania is $152,700. Homesale is proud to bring you York County, Pennsylvania homes for sale.
|Airville||Glen Rock||Seven Valleys|
|Camp Hill||Hanover||Spring Grove|
|East York||Mount Wolf||Yoe|
|Etters||New Freedom||York Haven|
|Fawn Grove||New Park||York New Salem|
|Felton||Peach Bottom||York Springs|
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