Located in Lackawanna County, Scranton is a central part of the Northeastern Pennsylvania region and is located within a 2-hour drive to New York and Philadelphia. Scranton established the area and helped it become a prominent industrial coal region during the 19th and 20th centuries.
Today, the city is rich in education, culture, and recreation for people of all ages to enjoy. The area’s highlights include the Scranton Cultural Center at the Masonic Temple, Steamtown National Historic Site, and Electric City Trolley Museum. Fine dining establishments, beautiful parks, and historic architecture provide a pleasant atmosphere throughout the city. Annual events like First Friday Scranton, the Scranton Jazz Festival, the Italian Festival, and other enjoyable gatherings are popular. Scranton’s institutes of higher education include the University of Scranton, the Commonwealth Medical College, and Marywood University.
1020 Electric Street is a stately home featuring six bedrooms, four bathrooms, and exquisite architectural details throughout.
A beautiful foyer accented with hardwood floors greets entrants upon entering the three-story, 4,320 square-foot home. The intricately designed main level offers a large, bright, and airy living room for gathering with family and loved ones. Natural light floods a picturesque sitting room, making it an ideal place to relax. The formal dining room and large family room displays windows accented by stained glass and a beamed ceiling.
Custom cabinetry and a mosaic backsplash highlight the home’s modern kitchen. An abundance of counter space and an attached kitchen table grants easy access to prepared meals. A fireplace-equipped room on the main floor also creates the perfect place for a den or study.
The second and third floors encompass six spacious bedrooms with plenty of room for storage. Further, the master bedroom features stunning white crown molding and a private bathroom. A gorgeous carriage barn sits behind the home and can accommodate up to four vehicles.
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