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There are many beautiful neighborhoods to choose from, but what so many people love about Bellefonte is its variety of historic properties. Two neighborhoods primarily encompass them: Curtin and Linn Streets, and the Downtown neighborhood.
Located entirely within the National Register Historic District, the Curtin and Linn Streets neighborhood was once home to Bellefonte’s industrial magnates. Now, many of the homes are restored single-family homes or bed and breakfasts. You’ll find a variety of classical architectural styles on these tree-lined streets, including Gothic Italianate, Victorian and Greek Revival.
Most of the Downtown neighborhood is in the historic district as well. This area is a nice mix of historic commercial properties and residential properties. Many former homes have been repurposed, such as the 1815 Miles-Humes home, which is now the Centre County Library’s Historical Museum. Other large homes in the vicinity have been divided into apartments, while others have been lovingly restored as single-family residences.
For those looking at modest, newer homes in close vicinity of Bellefonte Area High School and Governors Park, the East End should be on your shortlist. Another affordable option would be the Rainbow Village area, a development of mostly ranches and Cape Cods. These well-maintained homes built mostly in the ‘50s and ‘60s feature nice-sized yards on tree-lined streets, also conveniently located near the high school.
For those with more to spend, consider Parkview Heights. One of the largest developments in the vicinity, it features homes with a wide variety of architectural styles, which range in build date from the 1950s through the ‘90s.
Continuing up the pricing scale, Parkview Heights Estates features newer homes of at least 1,800-square feet. These homes sit on 1/3- to 1/2-acre lots in a subdivision developed by Pinehurst Homes. This is a great location near Teener League fields and playground, and just 1.5 miles to I-99! Building lots are still available in this great development.