Delaware Water Gap PA Real Estate & Homes for Sale
The median home value in Delaware Water Gap, PA is $189,800.
the county median home value of $128,000.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Delaware Water Gap, PA is $189,800.
Approximately 34.03% of Delaware Water Gap homes are owned,
compared to 52.62% rented, while
13.35% are vacant.
Delaware Water Gap real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Delaware Water Gap real estate agent to arrange a tour today!
BEAUTIFUL CONTEMPORARY RANCH HOME- Welcome home to this meticulously maintained home with many nice features. Home has bright and airy design with views of Water Gap Country Club. Relax and unwind in the large master bedroom suite with master bath, jacuzzi tub, shower and walk-in closet. Entertain friends and family in the formal dining room and warm up in the spacious living room(deck Access) with marble fireplace, skylights, and ceiling fan. The second bedroom (deck Access) offers double closets and makes a perfect den or office. Enjoy your morning coffee on the spacious deck overlooking the golf course. Park your golf cart in the full basement with outside entrance and plenty of storage. Home offers new roof, one car garage and only minutes to NJ make this a commuter's dream. Make your appointment today!
Those with a Love for the Old & Historical will be Enchanted! This Grand Ol' 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bath Stone Home set on 17.45 acres is purported to be the oldest standing structure in Monroe County. It has stood for centuries and has played host to many personages of historical importance and celebrity. It needs your Loving Touch to make it echo again with renewed Vitality. 'Croasdale Manor of River Farms' circa 1727 played a Central Role in the history of this region and is a much loved example of the French Colonial Farmhouse Style. Nicholas Depui, from a distinguished family of French Huguenots, purchased 3000 acres of land from the Lenape Indians and built his home on the present site. Over the 290 years hence, the landscape saw intervening changes and many notables and persons of fine...
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