The median home value in Northampton,
PA is $185,000.
the county median home value of $175,000.
The national median home value is $209,892.
The average price of homes sold in Northampton,
PA is $185,000.
Approximately 68% of
Northampton homes are owned,
compared to 27% rented, while
5% are vacant.
Northampton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Beautiful, Modern, Spacious. This truly move-in ready, lovely Northampton semi-detached 3 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath home will simply delight you. You will love the open and spacious living room and dining area and beautiful hardwood floors. Love to cook? You will enjoy this modern kitchen with upgraded appliances. Completing this fall is a modern 1/2 bath. Want your own space to relax? Well, you don't want to miss this partially finished basement with a beautiful set-up and custom crafted bar. You will also enjoy the great features set-up in this space. Imagine just relaxing in your lovely, spacious masterbdrm upstairs w/ the convenience of your masterbath. There are 2 more nice-sized bdrms on this level. Enjoy the tranquility of this home that you are seeking. Call today to make your private appt.
PRICE REDUCED! A thoughtful combination of two historical dwellings, Seven Foxes Farm unifies a 1760's log and mortar cabin and early 1800's stone farmhouse into a single residence. Set on nearly 12 acres, a long and private entry leads to the authentically restored homestead with a convenient Lehigh Valley address. Located on the Lehigh River, the farm is believed to have been built by John Stenton and is deep with historical detail. Exposed beams, deep silled windows and waxed yellow pine floors recall a bygone era. Five fireplaces are found on two levels, including an original walk-in with beehive oven in the formal dining room. Milk painted wood cabinets offer a rustic contrast to stainless appliances, granite surfaces, and counter seating in the well-equipped kitchen. Pie stairs lead to three second floor bedrooms, including an owner's suite with private bath. The uppermost level is a quiet and functional workspace with built-in drawers and cabinets and surplus storage. Stone walls and landscaped flower gardens weave among to a multi-level Pennsylvania bank barn, smokehouse, and wooden outhouse on the extensive acreage where deer, foxes, and turkeys are frequent visitors. The location is advantageous with shopping, commuter routes and recreational venues easily within reach and extremely low annual property taxes. Enjoy your chance to live in a piece of history.