Private Homestead Overlooking Susquehanna River
- Recreational Land, Timberland, Hunting Land, Riverfront
- Road Frontage
- Township Road
- Road Surface
- Shop, Barn, Garage
|3.8 mi||to Jersey Shore|
|18.1 mi||to Williamsport|
|16.7 mi||to Lock Haven|
Home3BD / 2BA Built in 1972
Guest1BD / 1BA Built in 1990
- Small Game
- Big Game
- Trail Network
- Seller's Mineral Rights Convey
PRICE REDUCED! This unique homestead, nestled at the end of a dead-end road, is a true gem. Set on an expansive acres of land, this property offers an unparalleled level of privacy and a deep connection with nature. Its crowning feature is the breathtaking vista overlooking the Susquehanna River, just below the mouth of Pine Creek. The house, constructed in 1972, is a single-story dwelling with an inviting open-plan layout encompassing the kitchen, dining area, and living room. Three bedrooms and two full baths provide comfortable accommodations. The primary heating source is a hot water oil furnace, though a wood stove and a fireplace offer alternative options. The property's water supply is sourced from gravity-fed mountain springs and features a substantial 1,250-gallon holding tank. An addition to the house, built in 1990, adds versatility to the property. It boasts its own separate entrance, kitchen/dining area, bedroom, bathroom and loft making it ideal for various purposes, whether it be for running a business, generating rental income, or housing guests. A sizeable deck and sunroom, complete with a hot tub, offer the perfect vantage point for soaking in the mesmerizing views of the river valley. The property also features several outbuildings, including a spacious two-story barn, a heated greenhouse, two sheds with oversized sliding barn doors, and a root cellar. The barn is equipped with three powered garage doors, allowing for convenient drive-in and drive-out access. Additionally, it houses an insulated workshop with an oil furnace. The yard features productive apple trees and blueberry bushes, along with ample space for cultivating vegetable gardens. These amenities make this property a homesteader's dream. The majority of the land is pristine woodland with significant timber value. It comprises a diverse mix of trees, including red oak, hard & soft maple, chestnut oak, white oak, and black cherry. Such mature timber tracts are a rarity. Well-maintained trails throughout the property, making it easy to explore and enjoy every acre. Abundant wildlife, such as deer, bear, and turkey, call this land home. Furthermore, the property shares its borders with Tiadaghton State Forest, providing exclusive access to thousands of acres of public land for your enjoyment and recreation.
2,630 +/- Sq. Ft. home with guest quarters
2-story Barn 3,000 +/- Sq. Ft. with Water & Electric
20x48 Wood Shed
448 +/- Sq. Ft. Shed with Lower Level Root Cellar
Lean Shed 288 +/- Sq. Ft.
Heated Greenhouse 13x20
Timber Inventory and Appraisal Report Available
200 AMP Electrical Service
Electric Hot Water Heater (On Demand)
Hot Water Oil Furnace with Wood Burners for Supplemental Heat (4 zones)
Oil, Gas, and Mineral Rights Included
Easy access to Route 220 and Route 880
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