The median home value in Myerstown, PA is $237,500.
the county median home value of $170,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Myerstown, PA is $237,500.
Approximately 51% of Myerstown homes are owned,
compared to 40% rented, while
9% are vacant.
Myerstown real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Truly exceptional! One step into this remodeled end-unit townhome in Wheatland Manor, and you'll feel right at home. The inviting living room flows nicely into the dining area of the remodeled & upscale kitchen. Here you will find staggered cabinetry, added pantry space, granite counters & tiled backsplash, all kitchen appliances remain too! The copper faucet with matching cabinet pull is a tasteful touch to this classy kitchen. The first-floor powder room and coat closet complete the first floor. On the second floor, you will find three bedrooms and a full modern bathroom with a double sink and linen closet. The entire second floor has recent LVT flooring. Entertaining your guests just got easier with the quality finished lower level( with egress window, extra insulated walls & drycore panel /waterproof material beneath the high-quality LVP flooring) great room. This space comes equipped with a built-in sleek electric fireplace, flat-screen TV along with a sound bar that will remain for the new owner's enjoyment. The laundry area is also on the lower level next to the utility closet that houses the water softener. 1-car garage and 2-car off-street parking, economical gas heat and central air, rear deck overlooking the level yard with firepit provides some privacy and backs up to a tree-lined space. Ecobee smart thermostat along with ring smart doorbell will remain too! This is a quiet location, across from open land to the front and rear of the home. Be sure to view the documents section with a full list of upgrades the seller has made to the house since buying it in 2014. Schedule your private tour today.
PUBLIC AUCTION - Friday, March 17, 2023 @ 5:00 PM. Open House - Saturday, February 25 & March 4 from 1-3 PM. Successful Bidder required a 10% non-refundable deposit. Settlement within 45 days. Buyer pays the 2% Real Estate Transfer tax. Country style Rancher on 1.3 AC, Eat-in Kitchen, LR, 3 BR's, 1.5 BA, Laundry room, Finished Basement w/large Family Room, 2 BR's & Bath. Approx 2884 SF total living area. Attached 2-car Garage, CA, Natural Gas heat. A very desirable open & level lot, plenty of paved parking. Detached 30x40 Garage/Shop w/mini-split AC/Heat, 2-10' overhead doors & 12' ceilings. Upper level has a finished 38x14 game room.
The BRENTWOOD with WALK-OUT BASEMENT in Mountain Meadows. The Brentwood brings modern charm and first floor living with this timeless ranch and 2 car Garage. Its spacious, open floor living space is perfect for entertaining guests. The Kitchen includes a modern vaulted ceiling with Island and double-pane glass sliding patio door. Abundance of natural light is throughout to enjoy your scenic views. Bring your coffee and rocking chair, as there is a front porch and rear patio made for rocking and sipping. ***AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY***
Spacious Myerstown Borough home with over 1,500 square feet of living space. First floor includes kitchen/ dining room, double living room plus new full bath with laundry. Second floor has 3 bedrooms and walk-in closet, primary bedroom has full bath. Walk-up attic with finished walls and wall to wall carpet (unheated). In 2018, the roof, siding, and windows were replaced. Close to Myerstown Park and Myerstown Community Pool. Easy access to routes 422 and 501.
Priced to Sell, welcome to 382 N. Locust St.! Historically known as the "Tobias Bickel House". As you drive up the beautiful tree-lined driveway you will be taken aback by this one of a kind 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath home with beautiful stone and wood floors, thick interior walls, and amazing overhead beams throughout the home. This incredible18th Century home was moved to its current location and refurbished in 1981. The rear wall of the house was rebuilt with 4 feet of stone. The back patio is built from stones removed from the forebay of a local barn. Additionally, a 24*32 log house was relocated from New Holland and attached to the Bickel House to provide additional living space. The garage was originally a log barn.