110 Hemlock Farms Rd
Lords Valley, PA 18428
Beth's Cell: 570-335-6240
What you notice first is the quiet but you donít
even actually notice it.
The air is so still and the silence so complete that
you donít truly hear
the quiet until it is interrupted.
Pike County Pennsylvania will remain a very
unique area, it's location is one reason,
the other is, its protected unspoiled forest
lands assure that there will not be any
investors buying up large parcels of land to
build developments and yet another is its
proximity to many cities like New York,
Scranton, PA and Parsippany, New Jersey.
Lower taxes and affordable home prices are
another major reason buyers like yourself
are finding Pike County Pennsylvania.
PIKE COUNTY PA
Pike County Pennsylvania
is a unique place for several reasons, it's just a 90
minute drive from NYC. It borders both New York and New
Jersey, and approximately 1/3 of the county land is state
and federal protected game and forest lands.
in Pike County Pennsylvania, is modeled after
the streets and alley patterns of Philadelphia,
our nations first capital, and is is a step back in time
Victorian buildings, horse and buggy alley's and several public squares, it
also is the seat of Pike County government.
the lake is 5700
acres, 13 miles long, 2 miles wide, has approx 52 miles of shoreline
around, average depth is 40 ft. There are more than several communities
around the lake, as well as several camping areas, boat launches. Power
boats, jet skiing and water skiing are a few of the activities on the
there are more than
Communities in Pike County all offer affordable living.
The longest undammed river in the Eastern United
States, it stretches 360 miles from the Catskill
Mountains of New York to the Atlantic Ocean in lower New Jersey.
The Delaware River flows along Pike County, PA's entire eastern
separating it from both New York State and New Jersey. The 35
mile stretch of the river from Matamoras, PA/Port Jervis, NY,
downstream to the Delaware Water Gap in Stroudsburg, PA is the
The Delaware Water Gap National Recreation
while the 73 mile stretch starting at Hancock, NY
and running downstream to Matamoras, PA/Port Jervis,
The Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational