The median home value in Zieglerville, PA is $306,000.
the county median home value of $150,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Zieglerville, PA is $306,000.
Approximately 75.5% of Zieglerville homes are owned,
compared to 20% rented, while
4.5% are vacant.
Zieglerville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Remodel home sit on 0.49 acre, 3 bed/2baths, First floor has eating kitchen, with marble counter tops, Sterling steel appliances, dish washer, refrigerator, range/oven, microwave. Livingroom has a wood fire place Finish Basemen has a 2nd Kitchen, full bathroom and exit to back yard. Overside Deck , New Mechanical, New C/A, tiles through the 1st Floor and Basement and bathroom. New windows, 2 car parking space.
Are you looking for charm and character? Then you will want to visit this home! This vintage home blends the features of a 100+ year old house, like pumpkin pine flooring, soaring high ceilings & tall baseboards, with modern amenities like 2 1/2 baths & central air. The elegance of yesteryear is apparent from the moment you step into this grand & spacious foyer, complete with a curved window-seat in front of three tall windows. The foyer leads to the comfortable living room, plenty large enough for entertaining & with a large archway to the kitchen. The kitchen features cherry cabinetry, some which are glass-fronted for displaying collectibles, & a peninsula with seating for casual dining. The dining room has french doors to the patio & a wall of built-in shelving for collectors & bibliophiles. A half bath completes the first floor layout. The floor plan of the second floor offers three bedrooms, a full bathroom & the laundry room. One bedroom is two adjoining rooms (one currently converted to a laundry room/closet space) & there are two additional bedrooms on this level as well as a full bath. The third floor has been converted to a sprawling, three room owner's bedroom suite, comprised of a 17' X 11' sitting room, 17' X 11' full bath/dressing room with walk-in shower & the bedroom. This space is a bright and cheery retreat, with skylights & more warm-toned hardwood flooring. This home is set on an acre of open, level ground, with plenty of space for picnicking, gardening, & recreational activities. There are multiple vantage points from which you can enjoy the expansive country views. Sip your morning coffee on the upstairs balcony overlooking the panoramic countryside, or sunbathe on the patio & then retreat to the covered porch on those dog days of summer. There are four fireplaces in this home (currently not in use, they need to be reopened). Be reassured knowing that the heater & central AC systems were just installed in June 2017, the roof was replaced in 2016, & there are newer windows throughout the home. There is plenty of driveway parking here. There is a bilco-door for easily accessing storage space in the basement. Hobbyists and gardeners will love the large garage/outbuilding for storage, workshop space and more. Please note that the second floor bedrooms have no closets, like many older homes, but chifferobes & armoires will work beautifully. Elegance & practicality blend flawlessly here. New Sump Pump Installed May 2022, New Storm Door 3rd Floor May 2022, New Windows, Flashing, Back French Doors 2018 (50K), New Kitchen with Reverse Osmosis System 2018 (15K), New Fencing 2018 (20K)
1211 Gravel Pike is thought to be the original farmhouse (circa 1800s) for the surrounding land and features an abundance of original details throughout the home and on the property. This home was built before modern electricity and was oriented to allow for maximum light throughout the day and through the mostly-new large windows. The original details throughout this home are extremely rare and would be difficult to find or replicate anywhere else. Some of those details include the 1950âs kitchen cabinets, the gorgeous millwork throughout the home and along the exterior facades, the random-width antique red pine floors, the 20â full-thickness stone walls and even the full tree trunk beams that have been resupported in the basement. They just donât make homes like this anymore! The current owner is responsible for bringing in public water, sewer and gas and has gone the extra mile to ensure proper levels of comfortable living by also including 6 wall-mounted gas powered heating units. This property also includes an original dairy/root cellar on the near 1 acre plot and has an abundance of mature landscaping and plenty of flower beds that bloom and flourish beautifully in the beginning of May and throughout the season. A large front porch, a peaceful side porch and two gorgeous dormers complete the highly visible facade of this beautiful property.