435 West Beaver Avenue is a 4 bedroom, 1.5 bath unit that has entry at the front left side of the building. It is the second floor of the original home located at 433 West Beaver Avenue. It features an open floor plan and vaulted ceilings. This unit is for 4 or 5 people. 433 West Beaver Avenue is a large home made up of multiple units. Located 2 houses behind “The Graduate” and “The Metropolitan” at the corner of Beaver and Atherton, this 5 unit home is just steps away from Penn State Main Campus. The entire home was gut rehabbed in 2001 and made into 2 units. At the same time a 3 unit addition was built at the back of the property. All 5 units feature hardwood floors, gas fireplaces and dishwashers. Also, all 5 units are equipped with sprinkler systems and fire alarms.
Living in this spot puts you close to all the action that downtown has to offer whether it’s shopping, live music, dining out, coffee shops, or just walking around and taking it all in. Some of the many downtown spots that are worth checking out include Mad Mex, College Pizza, Cozy Thai, Local Whiskey, The Phyrst, Green Bowl, The Cheese Shoppe, Webster’s Cafe, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Appalachian Outdoors, Urban Outfitters, Margarita’s Pizza, Bill Pickle’s Tap Room, The Corner Room, The Allen Street Grill, Indigo, Cafe 210, Bar Bleu, The Saloon, The Deli, The Hop Shop, Primanti Brothers, Tadashi Japanese, Liberty Craft House, DP Dough, The Lion’s Den, Baby’s Burgers & Shakes, Starbucks, Cold Stone Creamery, Fraser Street Deli, The Darkhorse Tavern, Golden Wok, Ye Olde College Diner, Champs Downtown, Sadie’s Waffles, Zeno’s, The All-American Rathskeller, and Spat’s Cafe & Speakeasy. Many of the Penn State University local attractions will be just a short drive away: Beaver Stadium, Pegula Ice Arena, Bryce Jordan Center, Eisenhower Auditorium, The Penn State Berkey Creamery, and The Arboretum at Penn State. For any outdoor enthusiasts, the State College area is great for mountain biking, hiking, kayaking, or any mountain exploring you could wish for with local Rothrock State Forest surrounding town. You can easily access many trails past the Tussey Mountain area in Boalsburg. Tussey also offers outdoor events in the summer, a wingfest, skiing in winter, fishing, golfing, go karts, batting cages, and a driving range.
Notes: There is baseboard electric heat in all of the units as well as a gas fireplace. Tenants are responsible for electric, cable & internet. The landlord covers lawn care and snow removal, water, sewer, trash & gas. All units are unfurnished and pets are not allowed. Laundry is located on site at the rear of the building.
Parking: One parking space is included with the apartment. Additional parking is available on site for a fee. The parking is a numbered, reserved space behind the building and is accessed from H Alley (directly behind The Graduate). The 2022-23 yearly parking fee is $1100, due upfront in one lump sum when applying. Parking is also available to non-tenants at this location.