The median home value in Dauphin, PA is $265,000.
the county median home value of $150,000.
The national median home value is $231,815.
The average price of homes sold in Dauphin, PA is $265,000.
Approximately 69% of Dauphin homes are owned,
compared to 22% rented, while
9% are vacant.
Dauphin real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Here is your perfect opportunity to own a three bedroom, 2 full bath, 1580 square foot home that boast great curb appeal in a great location. This conveniently located all brick home sits on a quiet double corner lot. The front of the home is highlighted by a large oversized front porch with a comfortable swing for relaxing. Sunroom and laundry room are located in the rear of the home on the first floor and just steps away from the oversized heated two car garage. You will be impressed with the original hardwood floors, intricate trim and fully remodeled kitchen all featured on the first floor. Second floor has been completely redone with a spacious master bedroom, full bath, new carpet and numerous closets. Highly desirable Middle Paxton Elementary School and Dauphin Boro Community Park are located within one mile. Price location and amenities make this home a great deal and needs to be on your must see list. Bring your ideas and come explore the potential this home has to offer.
This amazing and unique stone home is nestled in a private, partially wooded setting on the banks of the Susquehanna River. With 16 exquisite acres of river frontage, the secluded, natural setting offers gorgeous views with the convenience of a location just ten minutes from Harrisburg. Built in 1930, the home is graced by many features that hearken back to yesteryear featuring wood floors, deep windowsills and wide moldings, alcoves, some arched doorways, plus a picture-book perfect covered front porch for soaking in the sights. The kitchen features recessed lighting, built-in desk and a pantry, while the living room is accented by a mammoth brick hearth with woodstove. Paint colors infuse soft, airy hues and pastels. You'll even find a convenient first floor laundry room with slate floor. Some cosmetic updates are needed, but you will be hard pressed to find another location that offers 16 private acres with a view and location as spectacular this. And the historic integrity of this property resonates from room to room, top to bottom. The house is situated on the Old Penn Canal. Local legend has it that the property had a boarding house and stables as an over night stop on the Canal. The Inn burned down and a heavy snow and flood demolished the stables. A horse drawn carriage could be rented to view the country side or travel to Harrisburg. A variety of kousa, white, and pink dogwoods, century old red maple trees, sweet chestnut and gum trees, a row of century old red bud trees, and a blueberry orchard shade the grounds, adding to the sheltered location and enhancing the idyllic river views. So whether you enjoy hiking, fishing, boating, gardening, outdoor activities, or nature itself, you owe it to yourself to view this truly remarkable property.
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