Lake Wallenpaupack & Northeast PA Homes: Search Here

For real estate help, call Karen Rice direct: (570) 647-5170, or call the Weichert Realtors, Paupack Group office (570) 226-8240 and ask for Karen Rice!

Covering a combined area of approximately 1,200 square miles, Pike and Wayne County rest in the northern part of Pennsylvania’s famous Pocono Mountains, with Lake Wallenpaupack as the heart & soul of the region. The largest motorboat lake in Northeastern PA, Lake Wallenpaupack is a major recreational area boasting 5,700 acres.

The entire Lake Region of the Northern Poconos and surrounding area in Pike and Wayne County is diverse and beautiful, ranging from forests, to rolling hills and farmlands. Quaint country villages–Greentown, Greeley, Hawley, Honesdale, Lackawaxen, Lake Ariel, Milford, & Tafton, to name a few–provide unique settings for year round, retirement, and vacation homes.

224 Cedar Ave Hawley PA – New Listing Home for Sale

Hawley, PA – a new home for sale listing is hitting the market soon!  224 Cedar Ave was originally built in 1869 and has seen many ups and downs throughout the years – if only the walls could talk!  This home has endured through Hawley’s early days as a bustling, … Read More…

147 Ridgefield Point Rd Greentown PA – Lakefront Cabin, Promised Land

Lakefront state cabin on 422-acre Promised Land Lake is now on the market.  Located in desirable Ridgefield Point area with privacy and direct access to the lake.  Only $199,900.  Contact Weichert Realtors Paupack Group listing agent Karen Rice for more info.  570-647-5170 This is a four bedroom cabin with an … Read More…

Memorial Day Weekend Open Houses in Pike & Wayne County

Calling all House Hunters looking for a home in Northeast PA – I’ve got a few homes on the Open House schedule for Memorial Day Weekend 2015.  Are you looking for a vacation home? Primary home? A home that could be both?  Well check these out! 1. 73 Mt. Cobb … Read More…

Upcoming Open Houses, Exciting New Listings!

Spring in Northeast PA – gotta love it! On the first calendar day of spring, residents of the Lake Wallenpaupack area were greeted with a blanket of freshly fallen snow. Fortunately, all the snow is gone now, and since April is just about over, fingers are crossed that snow shovels, … Read More…