The median home value in Cresco, PA is $187,500.
the county median home value of $194,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Cresco, PA is $187,500.
Approximately 60% of Cresco homes are owned,
compared to 16% rented, while
25% are vacant.
Cresco real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Saturday, 12/3 12:00-2:00PM
Cute Contemporary Chalet tucked into a wooded cul-de-sac with mountain views on 1.22 acres. STR-friendly township allows AirBnB income to cover your mortgage. De-stress on your huge back deck overlooking private woods or entertain guests in your airy screened porch. Cresco offers pure Pocono living just minutes from the Casino, waterparks, skiing, hiking, fishing, golf at Buck Hill Falls GC, and great local restaurants. Fish or hike down by the Brodhead creek, or chill with the locals at the pubs just down the hill in the cute town of Cresco. Finish the huge walkout basement for additional living space/gameroom. A whole house Generac generator gives you peace of mind! Just move in and enjoy the Pocono life! (showings begin Dec 2).
This property has been in the original family for more than 6 generations, OGM rights all convey along with a substantial amount of marketable timber. The property is very rustic with lots of old stained interior woodwork. Interior pictures to come as the current owners are currently cleaning out the house. This is a very private setting with numerous rustic outbuildings along with the original homestead still on the property. This property has a lot of charm and character, along with endless possibilities. The 212 acres offers very good hunting and many other recreational possibilities along with lots of privacy . Bring your horses, atvs, mountain bikes or just enjoy the pure beauty of this all natural untouched property.
Magnificent, five-star, income-producing 26-acre estate with 10 bed/5.5bath manor and 3 bed/2.5bath cottage, plus fitness, game and office rooms. Enclosed entirely by a century-old, handmade stone wall, the estate includes a large Sylvan pool (25âx55â) with pool house (including changing room and kitchenette), tennis courts, reservoir stream and pond with boathouse and waterfall, putting green, 7 garage bays, tank hangar, play house and gazebo. Manor is being sold beautifully furnished, and features 4 master suites with luxury bedding, sitting areas, TVs and adjacent baths, and Thibaut wallpaper; plus a central steam room with heated floor. Two large living rooms, each with original Pennsylvania stone fireplaces and rare, American Elm wood-beamed ceilings, doors, original windows and woodwork flank the central kitchen, breakfast nook and dining room. The screened-in porch views the pool, grounds, and hummingbird garden. A large and elegant stone patio shaded by gingko trees connects the main house to the cottage and features 2 large oblong dining tables with umbrellas, a firepit, and a large grill. Built in 1914, the Pennsylvania Forestry certified estate includes glorious specimen trees from all over the world, with a continuous display of blooms and fall color from magnolias, dogwoods, lilacs, hydrangeas, rhododendrons, forsythia, and japanese, red and sugar (syrup) maple plantings. Enjoy relaxing walks on the private, tranquil and breathtaking property and bring your binoculars to see unusual birds and wildlife. The property is 15-30 minutes from Camelback, Kalahari, Shawnee, Delaware Water Gap, Mount Airy Casino, Skytop, Buck Hill Falls, Bushkill Falls and Stroudsburg. Sale of property includes most furnishings and fixtures, rental website, the LLC, records, manuals, and list of maintenance contacts. Excellent and wonderful groundskeeper, caretaker, housekeeper, currently live in the cottage. Property was built by Sebastian Kresge (founder of K-Mart and Kresge Foundation) in 1914 as his beloved summer home, and completely restored and renovated in 2005 (new pool, kitchen, steam room, roof, guest cottage, stone patio, balcony, porch, gazebo, tennis courts, gym/game/office suite and security system) while maintaining the historic character and details. All upstairs windows were replaced, and the original glass windows were stored for eventual use in a greenhouse, some original light fixtures and original large dinner bell are also included. Tank hangar can be converted to a wedding venue, skating rink, or car or boat showroom. Bonus garage/storage building near the front gate could be converted to caretaker quarters. Walking path around the property can be restored and outfitted with outdoor exercise stations.