Dallas, PA is part of the Back Mountain and is known for its setting in nature and peaceful way of living. 5 Newberry Estate in the Back Mountain community is a homey and historic home located in Newberry Estate.
This two-story home features three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a unique opportunity to live in the Newberry community and have a private standalone home. Large windows and skylights bring in an abundance of natural light. Tiled and hardwood floors flow throughout the first floor of the home and lush carpets bring soft luxury to the second floor. A beautiful, open kitchen features a tile back splash and open view of the family room.
Relax in the sun room hot tub surrounded by windows that allow you to enjoy the nature that surrounds you. Enjoy the serenity from your porch overlooking your nearly one-acre of land, where there’s ample room for entertaining, exploring, and relaxing. With a two-car garage and shed, there is plenty of storage located onsite. The shed doubles as a garage for a golf cart, the prefered method of transportation for many Newberry residents used to visit neighbors, the pools, ponds, creeks, and of course, golf.
This historic home was built in 1906 for the Newberry’s to serve as the caretaker’s cottage and it is the only single-family dwelling in Newberry. Newberry Estate has been called “The Jewel of the Back Mountain,” and for good reason.
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This Condominium Community is surrounded by trees and ponds within the Back Mountain. The amenities offered in Newberry Estate include a 9 hole executive golf course, 4 lighted tennis courts, a heated swimming pool, catering facility, and more.
If you’re interested in joining the community, this magnificent home is the perfect opportunity for you!
Title: Vice President of Strategic Planning, GRI, CRS, CRB
Address: 1755 Memorial Highway
Zip code: 18708
Office Phone: (570) 696-0882
Office Fax: (570) 696-2075
Cell Phone: (570) 696-0882
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