Harrisburg, PA Real Estate
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is located in Dauphin County. Nearby cities and towns include Penbrook, West Fairview, Wormleysburg, Progress, Enola, Lemoyne, Paxtang, Camp Hill, New Cumberland, Lower Allen, Colonial Park, New Market, Enhaut, Marysville, Oberlin, Lawnton, Bressler, Steelton, Paxtonia, Shiremanstown, Rutherford, Linglestown, Dauphin, Highspire, Mechanicsburg, Hummelstown, Skyline View, Middletown, Valley Green, Lewisberry, Messiah College, Royalton, New Kingstown, Union Deposit, Duncannon, Goldsboro, Hershey, New Buffalo, Halifax, Palmdale, Falmouth, Dillsburg, York Haven, Palmyra, Campbelltown, Schlusser, Boiling Springs, Franklintown, Wellsville, Elizabethtown, Manchester, Lenkerville, Bainbridge, Carlisle, Mount Wolf, Millersburg, Elizabethville, Bloomfield, Fort Indiantown Gap, Newport, Dover, Rheems, Mount Holly Springs, Annville, Emigsville, Weigelstown, Liverpool, Timber Hills, Maytown, Cleona, Lykens, Mount Gretna, Plainfield, Shiloh, Mount Gretna Heights, Lake Meade, Berrysburg, North York, York Springs, Landisburg, Wiconsico, Jonestown, Mount Joy, Pleasant Hill, Marietta, York, Millerstown, Quentin, West York, Yorklyn, Gratz, East York, Hallam, East Berlin, Lebanon, Idaville, Stonybrook, Sand Hill, Valley View, and Williamstown. Harrisburg is a suburban community with a population of 49,706. The median household income is $32,080. In Harrisburg, 29% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 32% of the households. Half the population of Harrisburg commutes 17 minutes or less to work, with 63% of residents holding white collar jobs and 37% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Harrisburg, PA is 54 years, with 33% of those homes owned, 54% rented, and 14% not occupied. In the previous year, 272 Harrisburg properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Harrisburg in the previous year was $79,757.