Mountain Top, PA covers over 100 square miles of NEPA. Located only minutes from every convenience you’ll need, this area truly has it all. Our latest featured listing is of a beautiful home nestled on its own private acres.
Set upon 2 private acres which backs to Hole #6 Trail on the Blue Ridge Trail Golf Course, this 6,975 square food house is simply a must-see. With a beautiful brick front and grand entryway, this custom home is filled with natural light and 9-foot ceilings. With a total of 6 bedrooms and 5 baths, it’s move-in ready so you can enjoy its luxuries immediately.
This home is made for entertaining, which you’re sure to do plenty of over the years, and had a built-in central intercom and speaker system for playing music. With a first-floor prep kitchen and laundry room combo, you can focus on entertaining in the kitchen and take care of all the work behind-the-scenes.
Hardwood floors flow throughout the home, which also has upgraded molding features, a butler’s pantry, first-floor Master suite, granite kitchen and baths, three wet bars, and a beautiful two-story family room. All other bedrooms are located on the second floor and each features a walk-in closet, and the home has a finished walk-out lower level with its own bath and French doors to the pool patio.
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If you love both indoor and outdoor living, you will love this Mountain Top home. A heated in-ground pool, large covered back porch with ceiling fans, and a large backyard are all sure to capture your heart. Entertaining in a home like this is a breeze.
Address: 1755 Memorial Highway
Zip code: 18707
Phone: (570) 715-9335
Office: (570) 715-9335
Fax: (570) 474-9809
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