The median home value in Philipsburg, PA is $134,450.
the county median home value of $279,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Philipsburg, PA is $134,450.
Approximately 51% of Philipsburg homes are owned,
compared to 37% rented, while
11% are vacant.
Philipsburg real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Highly visible commercial lot on route 53 between Philipsburg and Osceola Mills. High traffic count goes past everyday. Great location to start your new business located next to Your Hometown Market. Public water, Public sewer and electric available, buyer to verify location and any tap on/hookup fees. Contact listing agent for list of allowable uses.
Private 2.81 acre lot close to Philipsburg. Access to land is provided through established township owned Right of Way. Public utilities available on Clover St. Property is not in a flood zone. Decatur Township does not have zoning restrictions. Buyer responsible for any/all permitting costs.
Investors!!! Penn Dot approved highway access permet and New Driveway Installed and Perc test completed on this 7.6 acre lot would be ideal for any start up with direct Rt 350 frontage. Public water access and Public sewer in the near future, this property would be easily rezoned to accommodate business.. Located in the Federal Opportunity Zone which directly impacts investors. First, investors can defer the taxation of certain prior gains invested in a Qualified Opportunity Fund (QOF) until the earlier of the date on which the investment in the QOF is sold or exchanged, or December 31, 2026. Second, if the QOF investment is held for at least 5 years, 10% of the gain that was originally deferred is eliminated completely. If the QOF investment is held for at least 7 years, an additional 5% (15% total) of the original deferred gain is eliminated completely. Third, if the investor holds the QOF investment at least ten years, when the investor sells or exchanges the investment, the investor is eligible to eliminate the gain on the QOF investment from any increase in value of the QOF investment during the investor's holding period..