The median home value in Kleinfeltersville, PA is $98,950.
the county median home value of $153,200.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Kleinfeltersville, PA is $98,950.
Approximately 88.87% of Kleinfeltersville homes are owned,
compared to 8.14% rented, while
3% are vacant.
Kleinfeltersville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you're interested in, contact a Kleinfeltersville real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Build your dream here with view of bordering pond, countryside and mountain range. ALMOST TWO ACRES. Superior two story to be built on parcel with well and public sewer in a rural setting just outside of the village of Kleinfeltersville. Bring your plan or customize one of ours. Ranchers and two stories or your custom home plan ideas welcome. 4 bedrooms with 2.5 baths on corner lot with almost 2100 SF. See attached plan and specifications by Bob Brandt & Sons Construction. Any Builder. Details available upon request. Price includes lot and home plus public sewer connect plus well allowance. More fees may apply depending on location and size of home. Quaint location within minutes to a nice restaurant and tavern plus Middle Creek Wildlife project is almost at your front door. 1.89 Acres for you. Middle Creek aka The Project is a beautiful 6,254-acre area, owned and operated by the Pennsylvania Game Commission, is set aside for the protection, propagation, management, preservation, and controlled harvest of wildlife. The property consists mostly of oak-hickory forest, while open meadows also exist where farmlands were incorporated into the property. Ringneck pheasants, bobwhite quail, and cottontail rabbits can be found in the farmland areas. while songbirds, whitetail deer, and an occasional ruffed grouse or woodcock can be seen in the forest or along its edges. A 400-acre man-made lake, provides important habitat for waterfowl, including mallard and wood ducks and Canada geese. Nesting islands in the main lake were actually built for Canada geese, and a large flock remains in the area year-round. This is a great place for hikers, bird watchers, photographers, etc. Depending upon the season and time of day, visitors can see a wide variety of wildlife. An abundant small mammal population attracts a large number of raptors, including the occasional eagle. Visitors can walk about twenty miles of developed trails or take a Self-Guided Driving Tour through the area. A Visitors Center features wildlife and environment displays. Located in ELCO & Lebanon County.