Centuries-old Elizabeth Farms sells for more than $7 million at on-site auction

More than 340 acres of historic Lancaster County farmland are set for new ownership after Elizabeth Farms sold at auction Friday afternoon for over $7 million.

The sale marks the first time in two and a half centuries that the land will not be owned by a member of the Coleman family.

“I never felt like an owner. I only felt like I was taking care of it, and I think I did that,” said Bill Coleman, the farms’ eighth-generation heir, who has been an owner since 1976…. Read Full Article | https://lancasteronline.com/news/local/centuries-old-elizabeth-farms-sales-for-more-than-7-million-at-on-site-auction/article_163d6dfc-390c-11ec-9ee8-3390fa2b09a0.html

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