Have you noticed a growing number of Penn State alums returning to buy real estate in State College PA? It seems that Nittany Lions are good at finding their way home. Here’s our six-point theory on why that is:
Remembering the Good Old Days
Remember watching the Nittany Lions battle the Buckeyes? Grabbing a drink downtown with friends? Studying late into the night to pass finals? Okay, maybe that last one isn’t one of your favorite memories. Many Alumni move back to relive their college experiences.
Your alma mater helped you transition into adulthood. It’s where you learned the rules of the world, made lifelong friends, and struck out on your own. And while most head in different directions and live extraordinary lives, what’s better than coming back to where it began and giving back to the community that helped shape you?
Penn State’s Alumni Association is the largest dues-paying association in the world. With 174,000 members and well over 600,000 living graduates, Penn State supporters are located in every state and most countries.
Penn State fans are some of the most passionate and knowledgeable in the country. There’s a reason for that. The Nittany Lions aren’t just a team, they’re an establishment. Alumni can’t wait to show up in their blues to cheer on their team!
Cultural and Intellectual Center
Penn State is about more than just school spirit. One of the largest and oldest universities in the nation, it’s also about research, academics, and the arts. There’s the Center for the Performing Arts, six museums, and several art galleries – not to mention libraries, parks, and events.
Luxury Living Opportunity
Well-to-do alumni will be happy to know that State College has some incredible real estate. And right now a rare opportunity to own one of the most sought-after homes is bringing even more alumni back. Quail Hollow is a one-of-a-kind estate less than ten minutes from Penn State. Located on 68 forested acres, the home resembles a graceful ski lodge with a monumental, three-level fireplace, unique curving staircase made of two solid tree trunks, and custom pool with stone sculpture waterfall. Enjoy the amenities of a chef’s kitchen, wine cellar for 1,500 vintages, luxurious master suite, guest house and expansive recreation room; while cherishing refinements like chestnut flooring and granite and marble finishes throughout.
To own this incredible home, go head-to-head fellow Nittany Lions in a luxury no reserve absolute auction on July 28th, 2016. The highest bidder will be the proud new owner, regardless of price. To learn more about this rare opportunity, contact us or call Supreme Auctions directly at (866) 929-2243.