The median home value in Carversville, PA is $962,500.
the county median home value of $339,900.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Carversville, PA is $962,500.
Approximately 81% of Carversville homes are owned,
compared to 10% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Carversville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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With spectacular sunrise and sunset views overlooking the village center of Carversville as well as a pretty arched stone bridge across the Paunacussing, this mid-19th-century Gothic Victorian is a wonderful hilltop house trimmed with rich original detail while also updated with a superbly designed cookâs kitchen, new bathrooms and mechanicals. The front porch wraps around to offer a sitting area with views of scenic Fleecydale Road and the creek. It is but one of several park-like areas where you can enjoy a choice seat amid great natural beauty and traverse your very own private path down to the creek and Fleecydale Road. Inside, its center-hall plan features high ceilings, hardwood floors in all main rooms, a wood-burning living room fireplace and tall 2-over-2 sash windows for great natural light. The kitchen was designed with a restaurant-style cooking area with Wolf six-burner gas range, pot filler, exhaust hood and penny-tile floor. The main kitchen workspace is finished with wood cabinetry, a soapstone apron sink and countertops and an awning window with woodland views. Thereâs plenty of space for a casual dining area in the kitchen, which is open to a family room lined in windows capturing some of the best long-distance views in Central Bucks. A recently added first-floor full bath has a surprise âa-haâ feature as well as heated floors. There is a bedroom above now used as a home office. Upstairs are three additional bedrooms, with one presently used as a dressing room, and a newer bath with clawfoot soaking tub and seamless glass shower. Terraced outdoor spaces, new landscaping that presents a medley of sycamore, beech, maple and Japanese cherry trees, a seasonal waterfall and stream feeding the Paunacussing and two-car garage