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100 West Street, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657

Conveniently located on a lightly traveled street in Tunkhannock, this 4 bedroom, 2.5 bath home is just waiting for you to call it home! The home has lot of living area on the first floor in addition to a full basement that you can finish as you like. The generous .3 acres has an apple tree and a grape vine. Both just waiting for your green thumb to expand them.

Commercial Lease For Lease

93 Warren, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657

On streetParking(s)
Commercial rental in a prime location. Ideal for an office or business.

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1615 SR 29 South, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657

This 3 bedroom 1 bathroom home is located on 14.3 acres of beautiful land. This home offers a nice sized kitchen, master bedroom including two closets, and 2 porches to enjoy peaceful summer evenings. Bowmans Creek fronts this property for approx 464 feet.

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14 Eaton Terrace, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657

HERE IS YOUR OASIS! This 2 Bedroom, 2 bath ranch home w/ a 2 car attached garage has so much to offer! Good size bedrooms with big closets. Tile floor full bath with skylight. Laundry area on main floor with a half bath. Roomy dining area and kitchen with newer appliances. Living room has a new heat pump for cooling and additional heat.

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388 Gruver Lane, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657

Off streetParking(s)
Well cared for mobile home located in Oakwood Mobile Home Park. 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms with a large living room and kitchen. Seller willing to sell furnished. Lot rent is $607/month which includes sewer, water, and trash.

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20 Susquehanna Avenue, Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania 18657

As if a Norman Rockwell painting came to life, this house is located on the tree-lined Susquehanna Avenue. Welcome to your dream home, where you'll enjoy the cool breeze while swinging on the front porch swing, making memories to last generations. This deceptively spacious house offers 4 to 6 bedrooms, providing ample space for family and guests.
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Facts about Tunkhannock, PA

Tunkhannock, which is the county seat of Wyoming County, is within the greater Scranton and Wilkes-Barre metropolitan areas and has population of 1,699 (2020). The community’s name is based on an Indian term, which has been translated as “meeting of the waters.” In the past, lumbering was carried on extensively. Today, many residents are employed by the Procter & Gamble plant in nearby Washington Township.

Things To Do in and around Tunkhannock, PA

If you’re looking for houses for sale in Tunkhannock, PA, you’ll be pleased to know that there are a wealth of things to do while living here, including:

  • Lazybrook Park: This 39-acre park boasts biking/walking trails, playgrounds, pavilions for gatherings, a restored bridge that dates back to 1881, some great fishing along the Tunkhannock Creek and more. Annually, it’s home to festivals including the NEPA Bluegrass Festival, Rotary Harvest & Wine Festival and more.
  • Wyoming County Cultural Center at the Dietrich Theater: This restored theater, built in 1936 by George Dietrich, has been a permanent fixture in the downtown area. Over the years it has shown countless classic, blockbuster, independent and foreign films. It’s also home to seasonal film festivals, workshops and other events.
  • Wine: One of Northeast Pennsylvania’s most versatile spots to taste local wine and craft beer produced from homegrown hops and grapes is Nimble Hill Winery & Brewery. Also, there’s another great spot north of town, Grovedale Winery & Vineyards.
  • Little Rocky Glen: This nature preserve, located east of town in Factoryville, is owned and protected by the Countryside Conservancy and it encompasses a shale and sandstone gorge, about one hundred feet deep. Located just off Route 6. Trails lead from the parking lot to cliffs overlooking the glen and down to a bottom pool and a picnic pavilion.
  • Nature: Get back to nature and enjoy Wyoming County, along the Susquehanna River. Hikers, kayakers, photographers and even bird watchers enjoy this natural paradise for its beauty and abundant wildlife. The Iroquois Trail is a wonderfully-kept trail in the Endless Mountains, there’s also Riverside Park and Camp Lackawanna.
  • Golf: Stone Hedge Golf Course is a great place to play a round of golf, have a bite to eat or experience arguably the area’s finest Christmas light display, the Festival of Lights. Another popular destination for golf in Tunkhannock is Shadowbrook Resort, which features an 18-hole course, restaurant/bar and event space.
  • Nicholson Bridge: With 167,000 cubic yards of concrete, the Tunkhannock Creek Viaduct, which finished completion in 1915, still remains the world’s largest concrete bridge. Did you know former President Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Edison and Henry Ford all came to visit this wonder of the world? Stop by today and check out this one-of-a-kind bridge.
  • Creekside Gardens: It’s more than a gardening center, it’s an experience. There’s something to do here every season. Enjoy the butterfly habitat, food truck Fridays and be sure not to miss the awe-inspiring carved-pumpkin display at the Pumpkin House during Halloween.
  • Lake Winola: This spring-fed lake is located in the Endless Mountains in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Lake Winola, east of town, has been and continues to be a popular summer spot for vacationers from Scranton and other surrounding communities since the early 1900s.
  • Other Events: Besides those festivals, which take place at Lazybrook Park (listed above), this area also features the Founder’s Day Festival, the Wyoming County Fair and Christmas In Our Hometown.
  • Camping: Wyoming County and beyond offer many great campsites, including Slumber Valley Campground, Stony Mountain Family Campground, Pine Cradle Lake Family Campground and others.

School Districts in Tunkhannock, PA

Tunkhannock Area School District is a midsized rural/suburban public school district serving most of Wyoming County in Northeastern Pennsylvania. This school district encompasses approximately 297 square miles and caters to over 2,200 students.

Tunkhannock Area School District operates four schools – The Primary Center, the Intermediate Center, the Stem Academy and Tunkhannock Area High School. It includes the municipalities of Eaton Township, Falls Township, Forkston Township, Lemon Township, Mehoopany Township, Monroe Township, North Branch Township, Northmoreland Township, Overfield Township, Tunkhannock Borough, Tunkhannock Township, Washington Township, Windham Township. The school mascot is the Tiger.

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Tools for Homebuyers in Tunkhannock, PA

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Home Inspectors in and around Tunkhannock, PA

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What is Tunkhannock, PA famous for?

Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania is a borough in Wyoming County that is known for its rich history and beautiful attractions. One of the primary industries in the past was lumbering, which shaped the landscape of the town. Today, visitors can explore the Iroquois Trail, Howland Preserve and Creekside Gardens.

Is Tunkhannock a good place to live?

Tunkhannock borough, Pennsylvania, is a fantastic place to live! This rural town offers a small town feel with cozy shops, hardworking residents and its annual “Christmas is our Hometown” event is a must-see. According to various rankings, Tunkhannock has been recognized as one of the best places to live, with a relatively low crime rate and a low cost of living compared to the state and national averages.

What is the population of Tunkhannock, PA?

The population of Tunkhannock, Pennsylvania is roughly 1,700 (2021).

Where is Tunkhannock, PA located?

Located in picturesque Wyoming County, Tunkhannock is nestled in the heart of the Endless Mountains region. It is situated approximately 30 miles northwest of Scranton, and roughly 137 miles from Philadelphia. The Susquehanna River flows nearby, adding to the town’s natural beauty. The town is home to a small, tightly-knit community of friendly locals who take pride in their town’s history and cultural heritage. Visitors to the area can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities, including hiking, kayaking and fishing, as well as exploring Tunkhannock’s historic downtown district, which features quaint shops, eateries and historic landmarks.