Somerset PA Real Estate & Homes for Sale

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The median home value in Somerset, PA is $107,800. This is lower than the county median home value of $113,900. The national median home value is $231,815. The average price of homes sold in Somerset, PA is $107,800. Approximately 44% of Somerset homes are owned, compared to 47% rented, while 10% are vacant. Somerset real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale. Commercial properties are also available. If you like to see a property, contact Somerset real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
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Beds:
2
Baths:
2 Full
Sq.Ft.:
1,485
Status:
Active
MLS#:
PASS100656
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Somerset
Lot size:
296 Acres
Year built:
1999
Contact:
John Mattilio, jmattilio@comcast.net, 717-917-4682
Courtesy: Farm & Land Realty, Inc.
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296 acre general farm in Jefferson Twp., Somerset Co. About 135 acres tillable, lots of fenced pasture, and about 33 acres of woods. This farm has a very nice, recently remodeled three bedroom, two bathroom ranch home, with full basement. All the other outbuildings are in need of repair. There is a bank barn, and other outbuidngs that had been used for loose housing of dairy heifers. Lots of possibilites here.

Beds:
3
Baths:
1 Full
Sq.Ft.:
2,256
Status:
Active
MLS#:
PASS100654
Type:
Single Family, Single Family-Detached
Subdivision:
Somerset County
Lot size:
256 Acres
Year built:
1900
Contact:
John Mattilio, jmattilio@comcast.net, 717-917-4682
Courtesy: Farm & Land Realty, Inc.
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256 acre farm in Somerset Twp., Somerset Co. This farm was used to milk cows until a few years ago, and now used for beef finishing abnd crop production. This farm has about 155 tillable acres, with 40 acres of fenced pasture and 44 acres of woods. All the milking equipment is in place. The two story home is in rough shape and was used to house hired labor. It needs some remodeling and repairs. The main, six row, drive through, free stall barn was built in 1997 and has 200 stalls. An additional 200 free stalls was added in 2000 when the barn was extended. This was a scraper barn, with the manure was scraped and pumped into two Slurrystore structures across the road with a combined capacity of just under three million gallons. Cows were milked in a double 12 herringbone parlor, and there is a 6,000 gallon milk tank. The holding area has a crowd gate, and the cows walk down steps to get from the free stall barn to the holding area. There is a bedded pack area near here for sick cows and calving. There is an older poultry building used for heifers, there is another heifer barn and a bank barn for heifers and calves. The poultry building has 138 free stalls in two rows and concrete manure pit. There is a six bay commodity shed, and five concrete trench silos. This farm has a lot of buildings and could be put back into service as a dairy farm, or used for other livestock purposes.

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