Established around 1800, Waynesboro, Pennsylvania, is halfway between Hagerstown, Maryland and Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. A trip to Waynesboro is a delightful skip back through time into a historic downtown that once claimed more millionaires than any other town east of the Mississippi. Industrialization came and went, taking a toll on its popularity, but in the last 15 years or so, it’s become the undiscovered gem along the Mason-Dixon and home to nearly 11,000 residents. Homes in and around Waynesboro reflect its progress and history in a nice mix of heritage homes, bungalows and cottages, newer residences, and farms.
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