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KBB is happy to introduce two new communities in­Boalsburg: The Gates and Springfield Commons. ­­ The Gates­­­ is a community of ­2 and 3 ­story townhomes at the base of Tussey Mountain. ­The first two buildings are sold and the homeowners are moving in. More homes will be available in November of 2015. ­ We are­ taking reservations now!­­­Just a little closer in to State College, you will find Springfield Commons. This neighborhood allow for a buyer to choose their own builder AND for the builder to use the entire lot for the footpring of the home! ­All the setbacks are taken care of by the greenspace. ­It's unique and smart use of the land! ­Email ­ or call us at 814-234-4000 ­for additional information including plot maps, prices, etc. ­

For almost 200 years Boalsburg Village has kept its atmosphere of small-town intimacy and historic character.­ Located just five minutes from downtown State College and Penn State, Boalsburg offers a quiet community where housing options are many.­ There are new neighborhoods like­ The GatesSpringfield Commons, Liberty Hill ­and Nittany Grove being built next to established communities like Kaywood, Willowbrook, the "Hill", and Tusseview Terrace.­ There are large estate luxury homes in communities like Huntridge Manor, Bear Meadows and Laurel Hills.­ Students who live in Boalsburg are enrolled in the State College Area School District.

The name Boalsburg comes from the Boal family that settled the region. Colonel Theodore Davis Boal married a descendant of Christopher Columbus. In 1909 he brought the Columbus Chapel from Spain to the Boal Mansion. Boalsburg is also home to the Pennsylvania Military Museum as well as the headquarters to the Civil War reenacting unit.­ Boalsburg originally was on the main road for travelers from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh, and Duffy's Tavern that housed those travelers is still open for business.

At the "Boalsburg Diamond" visitors love to stop in the museums, shops and restaurants while soaking up the small town feeling. The residents and business owners strive to maintain the town's unique personality. Claiming to be the birthplace of Memorial Day, Boalsburg puts on a traditional celebration complete with a parade, community walk to the cemetery, speeches, arts and crafts sale, military reenactments and much more. You must visit Boalsburg on Memorial Day weekend. Everyone enjoys the People's Choice Arts Festival the second week of July every year. Arts and craft vendors from all over Pennsylvania, entertaiment and of course terrific food tents. Four days of fun enjoyed by all of us in the Centte Region as well as lots of friends and family from across the state.

And last but by no means least when you are in Boalsburg and looking for some fun, visit TUSSEY MOUNTAIN SKI and Recreational Area, offering­down hill skiing, a Lodge, pond for paddle boats and fishing, Par 3 golf course, go-carts, wine tasting from local vineyards and outdoor concerts.­

Boalsburg is a great place to live or visit.­ ENJOY!

Below are a few photos of Boalsburg PA.­

The Diamond in Boalsburg lined with shoppes and restaurants is the heart of the Village.

The Miltary Museum in Boalsburg.


Learn more about The Gates and the townhomes for sale in Boalsburg.

Learn more about Springfield Commons and the homes that are for sale in this lovely new community in Boalsburg.


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Active Market Stats
  • 63 Listings For Sale
  • $282,475 Average Listing Price
  • $168 Average Listing Price per Square Foot
Sold Market Stats
  • 120 Properties Sold