Boiling Springs, PA Real Estate
Boiling Springs, Pennsylvania is located in Cumberland County. Nearby cities and towns include Mount Holly Springs, Carlisle, New Kingstown, Schlusser, Dillsburg, Mechanicsburg, Plainfield, Franklintown, Messiah College, Idaville, York Springs, Shiremanstown, Gardners, Camp Hill, Wellsville, Lake Meade, Lower Allen, Aspers, Bendersville, Newville, Enola, Lemoyne, Wormleysburg, West Fairview, Heidlersburg, New Cumberland, Lewisberry, Flora Dale, Landisburg, New Market, Harrisburg, Marysville, Hampton, Biglerville, Steelton, Duncannon, Enhaut, Penbrook, East Berlin, Bressler, Paxtang, Table Rock, Oberlin, Bloomfield, Dauphin, Valley Green, Progress, Arendtsville, Dover, Highspire, Hunterstown, Lawnton, Colonial Park, Weigelstown, Goldsboro, Abbottstown, New Oxford, Rutherford, Shippensburg University, Paxtonia, Shippensburg, Middletown, Royalton, Newburg, Newport, Cashtown, Linglestown, New Buffalo, McKnightstown, Shiloh, York Haven, Falmouth, Blain, Manchester, Gettysburg, Halifax, Hummelstown, Mount Wolf, Emigsville, Bonneauville, Spring Grove, Lake Heritage, West York, and Orrtanna. Boiling Springs is a suburban community with a population of 3,333. The median household income is $72,797. In Boiling Springs, 58% of residents are married, and families with children reside in 25% of the households. Half the population of Boiling Springs commutes 19 minutes or less to work, with 70% of residents holding white collar jobs and 30% residents holding blue collar jobs. The median age of homes in Boiling Springs, PA is 28 years, with 77% of those homes owned, 17% rented, and 6% not occupied. In the previous year, 29 Boiling Springs properties were sold. The median sale price of a home in Boiling Springs in the previous year was $197,817.