The median home value in Cassville,
PA is $88,500.
the county median home value of $95,000.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Cassville,
PA is $88,500.
Approximately 61% of
Cassville homes are owned,
compared to 10% rented, while
28% are vacant.
Cassville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes
Commercial properties are also available.
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Scenic 144 acre Huntingdon County farm offers many possibilities for the farmer, hunter or nature lover. This farm is in a private country setting, and yet this location is about 20 minutes to Raystown Lake, and within an easy drive to Huntingdon for shopping and services. This farm is next to a sportsman club, which does have a shooting range. This range is used by its members, usually on the weekends. This farm offers a great mix of 76 tillable acres, five acres of permanent pasture, and about 57 acres of woods on the back side. These woods were select cut timbered about five years ago and this wooded land is regenerating very nicely. Great hunting with deer, turkey and bear. Lots of fenced pasture, which this owner used for beef cattle. This farm could easily be used for a variety of livestock. The bank barn here is about 50' X 90' and has a 50' X 50' lean to attached to it with six horse stalls. Attached to the bank barn on the other end is a 50' X 150' free stall barn, that was once used for dairy cow housing . Parts of these structures have been converted to hog raising with a few farrowing crates, and a slatted floor area that can finish 220 pigs. Part of this free stall barn now has a feed bunk for feeding cattle, and is used as a run in shed for pastured beef cattle. There is a newer pole barn for equipment storage building with shop / garage area. This shop area has two, car sized, overhead doors and a sliding door on the end. This area has a concrete floor and electricity. There is a three sided part of this building for equipment storage. There is a 30' X 60' three sided dirt floor pole barn that can be used for equipment storage or converted for livestock housing. The frame home here was built in 1981, when the original farm house burnt. This home has two living floors and may be considered a raised ranch home, since the main living area is on the upper level. The lover level is not below grade, and has an eat in kitchen, living room, office area and a full bath, and a laundry area. This lower level also has a significant amount of storage space. The lower level has a ground surce heat pump for heat and AC. The upper level of this home has an air source heat pump. There are also some electric baseboard heaters in this home. The upper level has a kitchen with cabinets that need to be finished and there no appliances in this kitchen. On the upper level is a living room, a full bathroom, four bedrooms, and a dining room that has a door that opens onto a very nice deck on the back side of the home. This farm has a lovely pond near the home and offers a pastoral view of the valley. This farm is priced to sell and has many great features and outbuildings that could be used for many purposes. This would be a great farm for confinement livestock housing.
Tastefully remodeled home has been restored thought out w/ elegant period touches like original Log walls, Crown Molding, Chair Railing, Period Lighting, New Flooring throughout. A charming foyer is perfect for greeting guests. The home has 2 Rms for entertaining on the 1st flr. along w/ a gorgeous Kit, L Rm, & Bth. A lovely stair case leads to the 2nd flr w/ 3 Bdrms & Bth. MBR has Built-ins