The median home value in Bedford,
PA is $140,500.
the county median home value of $150,000.
The national median home value is $266,648.
The average price of homes sold in Bedford,
PA is $140,500.
Approximately 45% of
Bedford homes are owned,
compared to 44% rented, while
10% are vacant.
Bedford real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Beautifully updated house located just outside downtown Bedford. Centrally located with easy access to I-99, I-76, I-70 and Rt. 30. Currently used as a professional building, you could open your own business here or with a few adjustments, it could easily be returned to a comfortable home. Newer roof, new insulated siding and updated electrical. With original refinished hardwood floors through-out most of the home, a gas fireplace in the living room, spacious patio area and backyard, and an all season's sunroom, this home is a must see. Call today for your private showing and to see the potential it holds for you!
Come see this 3 Bedroom 3 Bath Charming House on 1.3 acres in Colerain Township. This property sits on a corner lot. Sun porch in the front of the house for you to enjoy your morning coffee while taking in the beautiful views. Eat in Kitchen, Dining Room, Living Room, 2 laundry rooms. 3 Full bathrooms. Partial finished basement with wood burner. Garage and outbuildings used as work shops. Enjoy taking evening walks down a Country Road right beside house. Living in the Country at its finest.
This frm will be offered at Public Auction on Wednesday, March 24, 2021 at 3 PM. Terms are $ 25,000 down, non refundable, balance due in 60 days, as is, Buyer pays 2 % transfer tax. A 1% Realtor participation is available for a registered Bidder. Showings by appt. Call with questions. 77 Ac. general farm along Rt. 220, 15 miles south of Bedford and 15 miles north of Cumberland MD. This farm is mostly on the east side of Rt. 220, but has some land that is on the west side of Rt. 220, and just north of the village of Centerville. This farm has sub division potential and with no zoning in Cumberland Valley Twp. and with this much frontage, this farm offers many sub division options. The 59 ac. of tillable land is rented to a tenant farmer for $ 100 per acre per year and it is a year to year lease. The two story home is rented to a tenant for $ 450 per month on a month to month lease. The home is about 150 feet from Rt. 220. This home has oil, hot air heat, a drilled well and a nine year old septic system. This home is in need of remodeling and maintenance. There is a detached building that could be used as a garage, and a metal storage building that is in need of some maint. There was a livestock building behind the home, tied into the fenced pasture area, that could be repaired and put back in use. There is a rocky, brushy, wooded ledge behind the buildings that could be used for hunting. This farm is priced to sell and offers a home that could be remodeled, or sub divided off. With the road frontage on the state and township roads there is an opportunity to do some sub dividing. There are very nice home locations on the back side of this farm that have a great view of the farming valley and the mountains to the east if a buyer would like to build a new home.
This farm will be offered at Public Auction on Wednesday March 24, 2021 at 3 PM. Terms are $ 75,000 down, non refundable, Buyer pays 2 % transfer tax, as is, with settlement within 60 days. Realtor participation of 1 % available with a registered bidder. Call for details. Showings by appointment. This 241 acre farm is made up of two parcels: 107 acre parcel C-13-020, and 135 acre parcel C-13-022. These parcels have about 103 acres of combined tillable land, some fenced pasture and about 100 acres of wooded hunting land. There is a four bedroom, one bath farmhouse. this farm has a 40' X 80' three sided, dirt floor equip storage building. There is a 52' X 56' bank barn, and near that is a 75' X 100' , 80 cow free stall barn with side feeding. Near this barn are two upright concrete silos with unloaders, and a 500,000 gallon concrete manure tank. In 2002 they constructed a 202 stall, curtain sided, six row, drive through free stall barn with alley scrapers. This barn has a high eave height, single curtain sides, wide loop free stalls, one inch thick rubber mats in the stalls, and a neck rail at the feed alley. Manure gravity flows to a 1,200,000 lined lagoon. They have a pad area for ag bag storage and feeding. There is a special needs area with pens and a palpation rail for vet work. The return alley has a computerized sort gate, but needs the computer replaced and is not currently working. The sloped holding area can hold 120 cows, and has a crowd gate with a back drag scraper blade. There are foot baths built into the return alley, and the free stall barn, special needs barn and parlor area are all under one roof. The farm has a double ten, parallel milking parlor with Westfalia equip. There is a 6,000 gallon milk tank, there is a plate cooler, and this facility has an ample work room area for equipment. This area has a 1/2 bath with room to install a shower, and a private office area. All milking equipment is in place and was last used in March 2019. This farm could be purchased as 141 acres without the woded land for $ 1,199,000. This farm is in a good farming area and there is additional land that culd be rented or local grain farmers that would be happy to sell crops.