What’s more frustrating than trying to send that important email for work or, more likely, stream the latest Katy Perry video on YouTube…and the error, “Your message cannot be sent” or “Buffering” scrolls across your screen denying you of instant technological gratification. No $1 million dollar deal closed in an email, no Katy Perry cooking herself in a giant cauldron of chicken soup. Phooey…(or whatever Phhff expletive you’d like to insert into your wi-fi nightmare).
I met a gentlemen recently who had a bone to pick with realtors in Central Pennsylvania. “I really wish one of you would incorporate wi-fi and high-speed internet access into your presentations”.
Being a ‘Type A’ neurotic that aims to please, I said, “On it!”.
Top Three Best Neighborhoods for High-Speed Internet Access in State College
State College Borough
Including Nittany, Fairmount, Prospect and Hamilton Avenues. High speed internet access is very strong in the downtown core area. Average approximate price point* – $250,000+
An S&A neighborhood with bird streets, Falconpointe Drive, Hawknest, Raven Hollow and Quail Run Roads. Two story and ranch style floor plans available. Average approximate price point – $250,000 – $327,000
Hunters Chase & Foxpointe
Another two neighboring neighborhoods brought to you again by S&A Homes. Note that signal strengths are highest along Autumnwood and Saratoga Drives. Traditional two-story and ranch floor plans available. Average approximate price point – $300,000+
Some areas of State College are lacking for high-speed internet service. If you’re a Netflix junkie or simply a workaholic, you may want to consider the aforementioned areas in your home search when moving to Happy Valley.
Information derived from client testimonials on internet speed and sensorly.com.
*Average price point based on homes that have closed in the past year, 5/18/16-5/18/17, 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms.