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Houses for Sale Scranton, PA

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Land For Sale

137-139 139 Filmore, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18504

1Picture(s)
Cleared level lot. There was a double block there previously.
$19,995

Residential Income For Sale

212-214 Decker Court, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18504

3Bathroom(s)
On streetParking(s)
22Picture(s)
1,920Sqft
Fully rented 2 unit investment property. Many updates including new roof in 2023. Being Sold AS-IS.
$179,900

Residential Income For Sale

2112 2114 Farr, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18505

3Bathroom(s)
21Picture(s)
2,496Sqft
Great investment Opportunity ! 3 Unit Building in Tripp Park section of Scranton. Unit 1 has 3 bedrooms and 1 bath. Units 2 & 3 have 2 bedrooms and 1 bath each. Updated Bathrooms, separate entries. Off street parking in Alley. Unit 1 has handicap access ramp. Separate water and electric!, ALL UNITS CURRENTLY VACANTAll measurements and amounts are Approx.
$276,000

Residential For Sale

113 Walnut Street, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18509

6Room(s)
2Bathroom(s)
DrivewayParking(s)
25Picture(s)
1,340Sqft
Check out this beautifully maintained 2-bedroom, 2-bath home. Featuring a new GES roof with a transferable lifetime warranty, new windows with integrated blinds, and two ductless mini-splits. Gorgeous hardwood flooring in the living and dining areas and slate tile in the kitchen and bathroom.
$230,000

Residential Lease For Lease

1305 Sanderson Avenue Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18509

4Room(s)
2Bathroom(s)
Off streetParking(s)
54Picture(s)
2,220Sqft
3 bed 1 bath single family house for rent - outskirts of Greenridge section of Scranton. There are two spaces for off-street parking in front of house. House has a washer hook up. Large private backyard., Beds: 2+Bed2nd, SqFt Fin - Main: 0.00, SqFt Fin - 3rd: 0.00, Baths: 1 Bath Lev 2, Semi-Modern Kitchen: Y, SqFt Fin - 2nd: 0.
$1,375

Residential Income For Sale

2335 Adams Avenue, Scranton, Pennsylvania 18509

2Bathroom(s)
21Picture(s)
1,974Sqft
Directly across from Marywood University in the heart of Green Ridge. This duplex was being used as a family home but the apartment on the second floor is still in tact. It can be a single with 5 bedrooms or a duplex with 2 bedrooms on the first floor and 1 or 2 bedrooms on the second floor if you remove the existing kitchen or make it smaller.
$149,000
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Facts about Scranton, PA

Scranton is the county seat of Lackawanna and a charming city with lots to offer. With a population of 77,054 residents (2019), Scranton is the sixth-largest city in Pennsylvania.

Scranton has been known as “the Electric City” since developing the revolutionary electric-operated trolley system in the late 1880’s. Though the system no longer runs, the city maintains the nickname. The city also houses the Steamtown National Historic Site, where century-old locomotives are on display in a former rail yard. Scranton is emerging from many of the challenges the city faces and with organizations like Scranton Tomorrow assisting in its revitalization, the future looks bright.

Things to do in and around Scranton, PA

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School Districts in Scranton, PA

Scranton, PA has only one school district, the Scranton School District. Within it, there are 16 schools, including elementary schools, middle schools and high schools. In total, the school district encompasses 26 square miles.

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Tools for Homebuyers in Scranton, PA

Finding a home isn’t always easy, but with these tools we hope to take some stress away from the process:

  • Find a Real Estate Agent Near Me: If you are still looking for a property and would like to be assisted all the way through, the right REALTOR® in Scranton, PA can help you.
  • Guide for First-Time Homebuyers: This is a compilation of the best advice for those looing to buy their first home in Scranton, PA.
  • FREE Homebuyer Consultation: Try a no-obligation consultation with an expert REALTOR® to help you find the perfect one among the results for “homes for sale near me” in Scranton.
  • Homebuyer Frequently Asked Questions: This is a handy resource for anything you need to clarify regarding homebuying in the Scranton area.

Home Inspectors in and around Scranton, PA

Have you purchased a home in Scranton or are in the process of doing so? Hiring one of these inspectors will give you some peace of mind as you take one step closer toward becoming a homeowner:

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FAQs


Why are people moving to Scranton, PA?

Scranton, Pennsylvania holds many job opportunities for young professionals making it a great place to live. Additionally, Scranton holds a diverse culture, multiple universities and isn’t too far from either New York City or Philadelphia.

Why is Scranton so famous?

Scranton, a city located in Northeastern Pennsylvania, has become quite famous over the years. Known for being one of the first cities in the country to use electricity and developing the revolutionary electric-operated trolley system in 1886, it earned the nickname “The Electric City.” The city also has a rich past as an industrial center for iron and coal production, and its diverse population has contributed to its vibrant arts community. Today, Scranton is known for its connection to the popular television show, The Office, which was set in the city. While the show’s portrayal of Scranton may not be entirely accurate, it has brought attention to the city and its many attractions that celebrate its heritage and ethnic diversity.

What is the main industry in Scranton, PA?

Scranton, Pennsylvania has come a long way from being a one-industry town. While it was once dominated by manufacturing enterprises, primarily in the nondurable goods sector, the city has seen tremendous growth in recent years driven by successful businesses like manufacturing from several nearby factories, as well as retail and hospitality. Scranton is also now home to a growing downtown business district and several institutions of higher education, including The University of Scranton, Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine, Lackawanna College and Marywood University. The metro area also boasts a large number of education and health-related careers, along with prevalent manufacturing, construction, trade and transportation careers. Overall, Scranton’s economy is diversified and making a comeback, making it a great place to live and work.

Does Scranton have mountains?

Yes. The charming town of Scranton is nestled in the heart of the Pocono Mountains, part of the Appalachians, which offers panoramic mountain views.