The median home value in Birdsboro, PA is $144,900.
the county median home value of $156,900.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Birdsboro, PA is $144,900.
Approximately 78.21% of Birdsboro homes are owned,
compared to 20.06% rented, while
1.73% are vacant.
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APPROVED 10 lot subdivision available near Birdsboro in Berks County. Featuring 10, 2-3 acre lots in prime location. For complete set of plans please see the document section of this listing. Call for details!
1.5 Acre At Corner Of Rts. 422e & 345. 9500 S.F. Buildings Includes Front Retail/Showroom/Office Area; 3 Apartments On 2nd Floor (2 Rented/1 Used As Office By Current Owner); Includes 52' X 52' Rear Building. Projected Monthly Income For 3 Apartments Front Shop And Rear Building - $7,500. Plenty of potential uses for Highway Commercial Zoning at high traffic signalized intersection in Exeter Township. Check with township for permitted uses
AS-IS WHERE IS! 5 unit mixed use building (1 commercial unit and 4 residential that has been damaged by a fire, previous rent roll grossed $4,250 monthly. There are 2 separate parcels with separate tax information (31-5344-09-25-0002 & 31-5344-09-15-9095). Proof of funds must be submitted, liability release form must be signed prior to any showings and sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. ALL AGENTS MUST BE PRESENT WITH YOUR BUYERS. Owner is a licensed PA salesperson.
This 40+ acre site consists of 3 separate tax with parcels (24-5354-12-58-5141, 24-5354-12-85-2100 and 24-5354-15-64-2218) with approximately 10 acres of HC - Highway Commercial zoning on busy state route 422 eastbound just before Old Airport Road. Ideal for commercial development in the growing Amity Township, Rte 422 corridor. The residual 30 acres located between the railroad and the Schuylkill River make for a perfect hunter's paradise.
Great location!! This Highway commercial property features a house, pole barn and 16 + acres. Live in this one story home and run your business in the very bright open pole barn. The pole barn has a lot of potential, could be split up for multi use or use it's open floor plan. Would be great for a work shop, landscaper, store all your equipment and/ or cars.
Undeveloped Land Lot of approx 4.3 Acres zoned Highway Commercial. Approximately 250' frontage to Ben Franklin Hwy E. Great location between Reading and Pottstown on busy Route 422 E. Owner planning to subdivide from larger 6.84 Acre Parcel Ref ID# 24-5354-09-26-1964. Also Available is 135 Monacacy Creek Rd, Birdsboro which is a 2.6 Acre Parcel Ref ID# 24-5354-09-17-3278.~MLS# Many possible uses include retail, general agricultural, professional, Government office, studio, eating establishment, laundromat etc... Check with Township for other possible uses and requirements. Seller motivated and wants to sell!
DEVELOPER POTENTIAL - 60 +/- acres with approximately 800 front feet on Monocacy Hill Road and approximately 1,000 front feet on Limekiln Road. Zoned Planned Business/ office/ Industrial (PBOI) - copy of the ordinance attached.Permitted uses under the zoning code include: office, light manufacturing, warehousing, laboratory, continuing care retirement community, and others. Sewer manhole is approximately 1,000 feet away on Monocacy Hill Rd. The sewer authority is currently working with PADEP to add another pump to the pumping station - at which time capacity will be available for this tract. Sewer EDUs are around $3900 per EDU. Water (Pa American Water Authority) is located at Route 422 and Limekiln Road (about 4/5 of a mile). Capacity is available to adequately handle this parcel for development. There is a single family residence and cattle shed on the property. The residence is leased on a month to month basis. The condition of the residence is poor to fair. Value is in the land - buildings will likely be demolished.