The Keystone State
Acreage in Pennsylvania is the 10th most valuable by state in the continental U.S., but there are opportunities to find hunting land, recreational land and homes with acreage away from the state's urban centers. Most available lots are smaller and measure less than 10 acres.
Zionsville, PA 18092
Eldred, PA 16731
Lock Haven, PA 17745
Gibbon Glade, PA 15440
Harveys Lake, PA 18618
Bear Creek, PA 18702
Which Pennsylvania Counties are Best for Property?
If you're looking for land for sale in PA, you are most likely to find it in the mountains of the northeast or in the rural areas near Philadelphia in the southeast corner. Hunting land for sale in Pennsylvania, along with recreational properties are often available in the northwest portion of Pennsylvania, closer to waterways like Lake Erie and the Allegheny River.
Specific counties that often have acreage for sale in the eastern part of the state include Monroe, Luzerne, Bucks, Pike, Carbon, Wayne and Lackawanna. York County in the central south and Washington County along the southwest border may also have larger properties available for purchase.This is where the majority of Land Broker Co-op farms are sold. Browse our complete selection of farms for sale in PA here!
Types of Properties Available
Much of the land for sale in Pennsylvania is lots of 10 acres or less, but you can sometimes find large parcels of between 100 and 500 acres. These larger tracts of land are mostly in use as farmland or timber property.
Properties in the Susquehanna River Valley, notably in Luzerne County, incorporate natural rolling hills and beautiful scenery. Scranton is located in Luzerne County; you may remember it as the setting for NBC's sitcom "The Office," where characters worked in the city but paper company salesman Dwight owned a family beet farm on acreage just outside of town. Other gorgeous natural areas include the Allegheny River Watershed area in the northwest with its abundant wildlife and excellent hunting opportunities. Land for sale in PA is gorgeous. Don’t miss your chance at buying a beautiful property for your home today!
The average cost per acre statewide is $31,923 according to economist William Larson's 2015 analysis, but undeveloped land, particularly in rural areas, can be had for as little as one-tenth of that cost.
Purchasing Land in Pennsylvania with Land Broker Co-op
Whether you're looking for a natural paradise just a short distance from one of Pennsylvania's cities, a large undeveloped property for recreation or hunting, or land perfectly suited for agriculture, Land Broker Co-op’s expert real estate professionals can help you find the ideal property. If you'd like to see your property listed on Land Broker Co-op, contact us today< for more information.