322 Homes For Sale in Scranton, PA

  • Multi-Family Home In Dunmore
    337 Smith St
    $215,000New
    4 Beds2 Baths1,610 Sq. Ft.
    Dunmore, PA, 18512
    John (Johnny L) Litwinsky
    CLASSIC PROPERTIES
  • 1050 SqFt House In Dunmore
    400 W Elm St
    $155,000New
    2 Beds2 Baths1,050 Sq. Ft.
    Dunmore, PA, 18512
    Sara Levy
    CLASSIC PROPERTIES
  • 1480 SqFt House In Hyde Park
    315 S Sherman Ave
    $69,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,480 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18504
    John (Johnny L) Litwinsky
    CLASSIC PROPERTIES
  • 2-Story Multi-Family Home In Scranton
    610 612 Prospect Ave
    $179,995New
    6 Beds3 Baths2,160 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18505
    Pat Rogan
    The Hub Real Estate Group LLC
  • 2071 SqFt House In Moosic
    4 Oneill Dr
    $538,000New
    3 Beds3 Baths2,071 Sq. Ft.
    Moosic, PA, 18507
    Matthew James McGloin
    Lewith & Freeman RE, Inc.
  • 1100 SqFt House In Throop
    196 Phillips St
    $155,000New
    2 Beds1 Bath1,100 Sq. Ft.
    Throop, PA, 18512
    Marcy A Curra
    CLASSIC PROPERTIES
  • 1270 SqFt House In Tripp S Park
    1726 Clearview St
    $84,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,270 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18508
    Charlie Schank
    Lewith & Freeman RE, Inc.
  • 2-Story Multi-Family Home In Hill Section
    1045 N Webster Ave
    $145,000New
    4 Beds2 Baths2,688 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18510
    Wayne E Evans
    Wayne Evans Realty
  • 1000 SqFt House In South Side
    1021 Stafford Ave
    $54,900New
    1 Bed1 Bath1,000 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18505
    James Hazen
    CENTURY 21 Jack Ruddy Real Estate
  • Lot In Throop
    400 402 Haverly St
    $35,000New
    0 Acres
    Throop, PA, 18512
    John (Johnny L) Litwinsky
    CLASSIC PROPERTIES
  • Refinished 3-Bedroom House In Dunmore
    2018 Greenridge St
    $369,990New
    3 Beds2 Baths2,600 Sq. Ft.
    Dunmore, PA, 18512
    Franco Forgione
    CLASSIC PROPERTIES
  • 2-Story Multi-Family Home In South Side
    1718-1720 Prospect Ave
    $149,900New
    2 Beds3 Baths2,910 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18505
    William Lesniak
    Wayne Evans Realty
  • 1535 SqFt House In Tripp S Park
    1140 Lloyd St
    $149,995New
    5 Beds2 Baths1,535 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18508
    Pat Rogan
    The Hub Real Estate Group LLC
  • 2400 SqFt House In Hill Section
    1011 Clay Ave
    $170,000New
    6 Beds2 Baths2,400 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18510
    Stephen Michael Rignanesi
    ERA One Source Realty
  • Multi-Family Home In Scranton
    1103-1105 Blair Ave
    $143,000New
    6 Beds3 Baths3,500 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18508
    Thomas Meyer
    Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Preferred Properties
  • 1300 SqFt House In East Mountain
    89 Elmhurst Blvd
    $269,900New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,300 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18505
    Leah Gianacopoulos
    ERA One Source Realty
  • 1230 SqFt House In Providence
    153 Hollister Avenue
    $85,000New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,230 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18508
    Michael Cefalo
    Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Poggi, REALTORS
  • 1960 SqFt House In Hyde Park
    529 N Bromley Avenue
    $109,500New
    3 Beds2 Baths1,960 Sq. Ft.
    Scranton, PA, 18504
    Glenn M Cashuric
    The Hub Real Estate Group LLC
  • 1374 SqFt House In Moosic
    3316 Cedar
    $170,000New
    2 Beds1 Bath1,374 Sq. Ft.
    Moosic, PA, 18507
    Laura Chiappini
    Castle Key Real Estate
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Homes in Scranton, Pennsylvania, are charming and affordable; in 2013, the median value for a home or condo was $108,900, which is nearly $60,000 less than the average home in the state. There are six major sections or neighborhoods in Scranton, each with a unique feel and demographic. There are luxurious houses in wealthy neighborhoods and more quaint living spaces for lower-income families. The people of Scranton are hard-working individuals who want a safe, comfortable home base where they can relax.

Scranton’s population in 2013 was approximately 76,000, and it is the sixth-largest city in Pennsylvania. It is broken into six major neighborhoods: Minooka, West Side, South Side, the Hill Section (East Scranton), North Scranton, and Downtown. The southern part of the city borders Lake Scranton, where many people jog on nature trails and have picnics. The Hill district houses three universities, seven nature trails, the Everhart Museum, and a water park in the summer. Downtown Scranton is the center of commerce. There, you can find historical sites, the convention center, and the Radisson Station hotel, which is a converted train station. The Lackawanna River also runs along Downtown, separating it from West Scranton.

Throughout town, there are reminders of the city’s rich history. Scranton’s nickname is the "Electric City" because it was the first city to use lights and streetcars powered by electricity. Before that, it was a large coal mining community. Elements of the city’s culture and history are preserved in its numerous museums and cultural centers. You can even tour the old coal mines at McDade park. The city boasts itself not only on its industrial innovations, but also its ethnic diversity. There are festivals for Italian, Polish, and Irish communities. Scranton also houses the Basilica of the National Shrine of Saint Anne, which draws religious pilgrims from all over the world. Getting around Scranton is easy with the use of I-81, which runs up and down the east coast of the country. If you do not use private transportation, there are buses that run in the city and also to further locations such as Carbondale and Daleville. Air travel is also easily accessed at the nearby Wilkes-Barr/Scranton International Airport. Scranton is an exciting place for families and individuals alike. The city offers wonderful parks, neighborhoods and historical sites. You can find homes of any style or price range by looking through our local listings of houses for sale.