The median home value in Northampton, PA is $300,000.
the county median home value of $181,100.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Northampton, PA is $300,000.
Approximately 68.23% of Northampton homes are owned,
compared to 24.51% rented, while
7.27% are vacant.
Northampton real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Beautiful 3rd story studio apartment with an excellent location on Main Street in Northampton! Walk to shops, restaurants, parks, and more. New flooring and fresh neutral paint throughout. The living/bedroom features gorgeous natural lighting and a walk-in storage closet with a stained glass window. The kitchen features a refrigerator and a brand new stove. The bathroom features more natural light and a spacious shower. Outside, there is ample street parking. Located across the street from Taylor Roasted Coffee House, Uptown Park, and the Roxy Theatre. This apartment has a lot to offer at a great price! Owner pays water, sewer, trash. Tenant pays electric and cable.
Polk Valley Retreat-An Arts & Crafts Gem on the Bucks County border in a Sublime Setting-At your doorstep a tumbling waterfall cascades more than twenty feet into a triptych of Koi ponds beneath a canopy of mature shade trees. The subtleties of nature bathe your senses in a balm of relaxation and rejuvenation. Starlight is the only luminescence after dark. Nary a house, nary a street lamp is in sight, nor will there ever be. Such is this rare location surrounded by more than 100 acres of preserved land. Sequestered atop its Lower Saucon hill overlooking the watershed woodlands and meadows of Polk Valley Run at the edge of Bucks County's uppermost boundary, this idyllically sited Arts & Crafts style residence came into being just after the Turn of the Century. Originally a rural elementary school, later converted to a 3-bedroom home, it remained unchanged for generations. Rent due: 1st month's rent and one month's security. Note: Tenant would be responsible for snow removal and trash, but the owner would take care of the lawn. Special Note: The owner is in the process of installing a third full bathroom in the lower level. The project should be completed soon.