The Best Views of Tunkhannock Can Be Yours



Downtown Tunkhannock (above) and Miller Mountain (below) as seen from the rear deck of 171 Grandview Drive in Eaton Township.


This spacious two-level home is situated at the upper end of Eaton Hills, providing stunning views to the east and south. Listed at $225,000, the two-bedroom home features two full bathrooms on the upper level and one half bath on the lower level. The modern kitchen off the garage leads to a sizable dining room and living room with hardwood floors.

The living room opens up into a sun room, which leads to the rear deck through French doors. There is a propane fireplace in the living room and in the family room on the lower level that runs the length of the house

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The sole former owners of the house, Ernie and Rose Shartle, used the lower level for family functions and had a bar and cafě tables at the opposite end from the TV area. Ernie also built a small office and large workshop in the basement. Another set of French doors leads to a fully-landscaped outdoor patio that offers a slightly different perspective of the Susquehanna River valley below.

To see alternate angles of rooms or to schedule a visit to the property, send an email with number to reach you and best days and times to 


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