The median home value in Beech Creek, PA is $412,500.
the county median home value of $155,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Beech Creek, PA is $412,500.
Approximately 70% of Beech Creek homes are owned,
compared to 26% rented, while
3% are vacant.
Beech Creek real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Lot is located next to 2363 Monument Orviston Road in the quaint little town of Monument. State Lands nearby and Bloody Skillet access apx 5 miles away. Bald Eagle State Park for boating apx 15 minutes away. Please call to make an appointment to walk the property.
BUILD OFF THE GRID on this 72.7 acre parcel that borders Sproul State Forest. This parcel is well maintained with great roads to get to the top. Acreage is wooded but flat on top. Northern side borders the state gamelands. Great for hunting or build a camp (seasonal use only).
This 10.44 beautifully wooded acreage offers privacy, electricity to the lot, obtainable western sunset views, approximately 1/2 mile from State Lands and the Bloody Skillet trails are nearby. There is a holding tank for a privy on the property as well. This lot slopes from front to back offering beautiful building sites. There is a low annual fee of $250 per year for road maintenance. All of this and only minutes away from town and Bald Eagle State Park where you can enjoy boating, fishing and swimming.
Prepare to spend more time in the beautiful woods of Clinton County! This property is 25 acres of serene paradise, with incredible, unspoiled views of thousands of acres of Sproul State forest. It's ready to become your ultimate hunting camp, as the property sits adjacent to over 300,000 acres of state forest and provides the perfect gateway to it. The property is conveniently accessed by a peaceful but well kept two lane gravel county road, and has a good trail through it to allow for easy vehicle access. Timber was harvested a few years ago, allowing for undergrowth to come through to create an amazing wildlife habitat, and enough trees were left standing to still retain the privacy and beauty you'd expect here. A gas well clearing acts as a ready for you food plot. Wildlife abounds, including deer, turkey, and black bear, and even the occasional elk! The permanent, unspoiled views make this parcel an incredible spot to build your off grid dream home. Despite the remote nature of the property, convenience stores are within 20 minutes to provide for your needs, as well as Howard Lake for water sports and fishing, and endless trails for dirt biking, ATVs, and snowmobiling providing loads of outdoor fun for non hunters. Perc tests have been passed, however, the nearest power lines are about two miles away with costs estimated at about 24$ per foot to run power, likely making an off grid setup the more practical option. Sellers are willing to share in the cost of having power run to the lot, as it would also add value to other adjacent lots that they own.