State College 16803
BED: 4 | BATH: 3 | SQFT: 3000
The first homes were built in the late 1880s as the young college next door began to grow, and additional building spurts occurred in the 1920s and 1940s. Mature trees shade the homes here, which include colonial revival, Tudor revival, and bungalow/craftsman styles. North Atherton Street divides the area into West College Heights and East College Heights, which has more rental homes. Now a National Register Historic District, the neighborhood is also home to Radio Park Elementary School and Sunset Park, and the Penn State Arboretum borders the eastern edge.
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