This stately Tudor home is situated on 2 acres in Woodridge ll, a premier development in Shavertown, part of the Back Mountain Region of Luzerne County. The neighborhood is minutes from Wilkes-Barre and right off of the Memorial Highway. The ideal location provides easy access to the vibrant surrounding area.
Shavertown was named after Philip Shaver, an early settler to the area. The Back Mountain area was once home to gigantic evergreen trees, which are extinct today. Still, the trees brought Philip to the “Back of the Mountain” region and required him to carve out a path, which is now Route 309. Today, Shavertown is located in a vibrant, rural area close to Frances Slocum State Park in Kingston Township, the Lands at Hillside Farm, and so much more.
The impressive brick and stucco home offers breathtaking views of surrounding fields and mountains. Formal Living and Dining rooms feature handsome Oak floors with beautiful inlay. Dramatic stone floors flow from the foyer to the oversized kitchen with a large, granite center island, breakfast area, and impressive storage. A stunning coffered ceiling and fireplace define the Family Room in the open floor plan. Multiple sets of doors lead to covered and uncovered patios.
This bright, spacious, five bedroom, seven bath home features high ceilings, solid oak doors and millwork, a first-floor guest suite, amazing mudroom, finished lower level and beautiful gardens and lawn.
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Address: 1755 Memorial Highway
Office Phone: (570) 696-0891
Office Fax: (570) 696-2075
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