Beaver has a diverse and concentrated mix of historically significant architecture representing many popular styles prevalent during 19th century including Federal, Greek Revival, French Second Empire, Queen Anne, Arts and Crafts, Italianate, Colonial Revival, Dutch Colonial Revival, Art Deco, Tudor Revival, Late Gothic Revival, Bungalow, and American Foursquare. No particular style is dominant in any one part of town.
In addition to a wide variety of housing types, Beaver’s has housing value, in both “more house for the dollar” and lower local real estate taxes. The following graph shows property taxes in some nearby municipalities can be more than 50% HIGHER:
Note: Homes sold during first six months of 2007 with price averages of $150,000, $200,000 and $250,000. Source: West-Penn Multi-List.
Beaver offers an affordable place to live whether you are looking for a historic home, condominium, or apartment, Beaver has plenty of options from which to choose. Professional assistance is available from the following in-town real estate brokers:
617 3rd Street
Prudential Preferred Realty
877 McIntosh Square
Town Center Associates
1147 3rd Street
999 3rd Street