The median home value in Watsontown, PA is $171,950.
the county median home value of $121,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Watsontown, PA is $171,950.
Approximately 50% of Watsontown homes are owned,
compared to 43% rented, while
8% are vacant.
Watsontown real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Artists and Writers...get off the grid - move to McEwensville Boro - This converted 1842 church extensively remodeled and converted to an open-concept home will inspire your creativity with stained glass windows, natural woodwork, wide plank floors, original lighting fixtures with a backdrop of local farm fields. The main floor features a great room with modern kitchen, sitting area, laundry plus a bedroom and full bath. The upper level loft was remodeled with 2 bedroom 'areas' divided by a bath and walkway...which would also be a lovely owners suite. Most would consider this a 3 bedroom home. Close to Danville, Lewisburg, & Williamsport. 2.5 - 3 hrs. from NYC, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia & the Finger Lakes. The lowest level was the fellowship hall offering great potential for a rec room with a bath plumbed for commode & sink plus workshop. This Susquehanna Valley region is filled with Nature, History, Education and Arts and Entertainment. This property was once an Antique Warehouse which attracted the Antique Road Show! Outdoor activities abound with camping, kayaking, fishing, hiking and more...World's End State Park and the Montour Preserve are favorites. Known also as The Pennsylvania Wilds, there is a 60 mile Rails to Trails nearby that leads to the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon. Many colleges and universities include Bucknell University and Lycoming College plus Penn State University about an hour away. Healthcare choices include a teaching hospital at Geisinger plus UPMC and Evangelical Hospitals. The Bell tower / Steeple with cupola was removed but still remains. The 1842 bell was appraised at $6,500 and available for purchase. Measurements are approximate and may not be to ANSI standards...recommend independently confirming measurements . Some Artwork & 1800's Bell - possible for purchase.