Located in a historical little town right outside State College, 255-257 North Spring Street in Bellefonte is a duplex rental for students and professionals. Situated within the town of Bellefonte, you would have access to all that this cute historic town has to offer and still be a short drive from Penn State University, downtown State College, Beaver Stadium, Bryce Jordan Center, and Pegula Ice Arena. Each unit can accommodate up to 3 tenants and feature 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, washer/dryer hook-ups, and street parking. Tenants are responsible for all utilities including gas heat, electric and a portion of the water, sewer and trash bills divided among all building tenants.
If you’re commuting to PSU campus, you could easily get there by jumping on 150 South only a few blocks away or you can easily access the Interstate 99 bypass a little over 2 miles down route 550 (East Bishop Street). If you wish to take the bus instead of driving, there’s a CATA bus stop conveniently located at W. High St. and S. Allegheny St. which is about a 5 minute walk. Roughly a 15 minute/10 mile drive, State College offers loads of restaurant options, shopping, grocery stores, biking/walking paths, and outdoor activities. On the way into State College on the Benner Pike you’ll find Sheetz, the Nittany Mall which has a Planet Fitness, Walmart & Sam’s Club, Quaker Steak & Lube, Rey Azteka, Barnes & Noble, Wine & Spirits, Ross, Luna 2 Wood Grill & Bar, and Brother’s Pizza. Along East College Avenue you’ll find a Giant grocery store, Olde New York restaurant, Happy Valley Brewing Company, and W.R. Hickey beer distributor. The downtown State College/PSU area offers a large selection of restaurants and bars including Kildare’s Irish Pub, Liberty Craft House, Inferno Brick Oven & Bar, The Deli, The Saloon, Primanti Brothers, Spat’s Cafe & Speakeasy, The Tavern, Waffle Shop, Sadie’s Waffles, The Allen Street Grill, Bill Pickles Tap Room, Ye Olde College Diner, and the list goes on!
Steps away in Bellefonte there are many restaurants and everyday conveniences! Some local restaurants and bars include Maria’s Italian Restaurant & Pizza, The Governors’ Pub & Restaurant, Cafe on the Park, Bellefonte Wok Chinese, Mama Lucrezia’s Pizzeria & Italian Restaurant, Hot Dog House, Pizza Mia, Cool Beans Coffee & Tea, Diamond Deli, Babycakes Cupcakes, Brothers NY Style Pizza, Bonfatto’s Restaurant & Lounge, Subway, The Blonde Bistro, Waffle Shop, Hofbrau, Big Spring Spirits, and Omar Bar. In case visitors come to town and need a local place to stay, there are some nice Bed & Breakfast options in Bellefonte including Our Fair Lady and The Queen on East Linn Street, Reynolds Mansion on West Linn Street, the Inn at Walnut Acres on Weaver Hill Road, McCafferty House B & B and Riffles and Runs B & B, both a short walk down North Spring Street. Some other local conveniences include the Centre County Library, Centre County Courthouse, YMCA, US Post Office, Brownson’s Auto Center, and beautiful Tallyrand Park along Big Spring Run. For your local grocery needs, there is a Weis Market a quick drive down Route 550 off of the bypass. Don’t miss out! Come take a look today!
- Heat (gas)
- Portion of water
- Portion of sewer
- Portion of trash