Lake Wallenpaupack & Northeast PA Homes: Search Here

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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.

Rockledge Home for Sale – Lake Wallenpaupack

Rockledge III, along with Rockledge I and II, is a small Lake Wallenpaupack subdivision off Lakeshore Dr. in Lakeville (Paupack Township).  Homeowners enjoy a private lake access area that is strictly for Rockledge association members. The boat launch area is … Continue reading →

Delaware Valley School District – Like New Walker Lake Home for Sale

New Low Price in Shohola, PA – Walker Lake Lake Rights Home for Sale This like new ranch style home is perfect for those who want to have a lake rights home in Pike County while maintaining a privacy from … Continue reading →

Using Zillow in Pike & Wayne County Home Searches

Currently there are many different real estate venues striving to capture the interest of home buyers and home owners.  The top choices overall include franchise sites such as Weichert, but more often than not, consumers are heading to sites such as … Continue reading →

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 … Continue reading →