1860s Pennsylvania farm with links to historical battle hits market

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There is a historic operation in Pennsylvania that has just hit the market.

This 101-acre farm with a brick cottage was built in 1860, and the property is said to be linked to the Civil War battle in Gettysburg.
The listing is being managed by Mossy Oak Properties.

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Photo via Mossy Oak Properties

The house has two bedrooms and one bath with a remodeled inside. The property includes a large barn, crop fields, fenced pastures, and has been family owned for over 100 years. It is also perfect for hunting.

It is listed at $3.5 million dollars.

The Battle of Gettysburg is said to have been the turning point of the Civil War and was the bloodiest battle. It began on July 1, 1863, and ended on the 3rd, resulting in a victory for the Union. The leading commanders were General George G. Meade for the North and General Robert E. Lee for the South.

Combined casualties are estimated to have been over 51,000.

Story via WHTM

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