Seclusion in Shohola

Sale price — $70,000
Land Prep Estimate — $50,000

Seclusion in Shohola

Sale price — $70,000
Land Prep Estimate — $50,000


Project Difficulty
Hop, skip and a jump to civilization
4.76 Acres
Available Utilities
Land Use
Single Dwelling
Development Cost

Why This Lot is Awesome

This lot is awesome because it is located within an amenity-rich lake community with low HOA fees, but still offers seclusion and privacy among the forest. This lot has stunning views of the creek, and has already been perc tested.

This is How We Would Build on This Lot

This project would begin with picking a path to establish the driveway. Clearing and grading would be done from this point all the way to the build site. The build site would also require some selective clearing.


Sharing borders with both New York and New Jersey, Pike County encompasses 567 square miles and has a population count of 58,535. This county is known for its nature and numerous bodies of water, including Lake Wallenpaupack, the third largest man-made lake in Pennsylvania. Pike County offers plenty of historic attractions, like the Zane Grey Museum and the oldest suspension bridge in the U.S., the Roebling Aqueduct.

The Shohola area is paradise for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and points of historical interest. Situated on the wild and scenic Delaware River, it's a prime destination for kayaking, tubing and rafting. In the area in the Roebling Bridge, built in 1848, stands as an engineering relic and is the oldest suspension bridge in the USA. Also, the Zane Grey Museum is located nearby at the junction of the Lackawaxen and Delaware rivers and was home to this famous author of Western novels. It is now maintained by the National Park Service and open for tours seasonally.

Land Prep Estimate : $50,000 - $75,000

Property Details

Seclusion in Shohola

Project Difficulty — Medium
We rate this project as medium since no ground work has been started yet.
Setting — Hop, skip and a jump to civilization
Rural setting with mixture of land uses in the area including residential, recreational, forestry and agricultural.
Environment — Meadow
Forested property with a mix of deciduous and evergreen trees.
Land preparation —
This project would require establishing a driveway and the home site. Electric and cable/internet can be accessed from the road. A well and septic system would need to be installed.
Land Use — Single Dwelling
Best suited for residential use. Ideal for a primary residence or weekend getaway.

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