The median home value in Milanville, PA is $216,835.
the county median home value of $211,250.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Milanville, PA is $216,835.
Approximately 58% of Milanville homes are owned,
compared to 10% rented, while
31.67% are vacant.
Milanville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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If youâre seeking a home that makes you feel like youâve left your current world behind, Cloud View is the property that will carry you away. Itâs a retreat like no other in eastern Pennsylvania, hugging the border with New York State high above the Upper Delaware River, just over 100 miles from midtown Manhattan. Supremely private with a half-mile-long driveway and an elevation of nearly 1,300 feet, its views extend 50 miles in every direction. On 19 acres and built in 2009, its Main House, Club House, and Garage were designed by renowned Chilean-American architect, Rocio Romero, known for her modern aesthetic. The Main House, with its ramp to sliding glass doors that form the front entry, is literally âsee-through.â A wall of glass provides dramatic views of the mountains. The floor plan is open with a large living room area enhanced by a double-sided wood-burning fireplace. Over the fireplace is a recessed movie screen that descends from the ceiling activated by a switch in the nearby media closet. The modern kitchen is equipped with stainless steel appliances and Quartz countertops. The spacious dining area seats 10 comfortably. A 60-foot patio, accessible from the main living space and the ownerâs suite via glass sliders, appears to cantilever over the mountain from inside. The ownerâs suite accommodates both a lounge area by the fireplace and sleeping quarters. A full bath in classic white tile is adjacent. Storage and mechanicals are in the full-size basement which has extra ceiling height. On a high meadow ringed by stone walls from the early 1800s is the Club House and 20â x 50â saltwater pool. The Club House is a studio-style building with a full kitchen and bath, plus the requisite outdoor shower. Its seating area features straight-on views of the pool, the clouds, and the mountains. Pool equipment and furniture can be stored in the lower level of this structure. Just past the Club House is a 12â x 40â yoga platform bordered by a grove of Japanese Dogwood trees. The platform does double duty, covering the electrical service to the compound. A Kohler propane-fired generator powers the entire property when needed. The Guest House/Studio gives a nod to the areaâs vernacular architecture with a rustic but beautifully finished interior complete with a library, a wet bar, and a fireplace. Outside, a 60â shed row is now a loggia-style sitting and dining area. Cloud View also offers a 2-car Garage, or LVG, with a customized automatic glass door. Each of this propertyâs structures operates independently and is secured by cameras, and alarm systems. For the person who wants a property where hosts and guests can be together yet apart, where relaxation is the order of the day and your drive doesnât involve the Long Island Expressway, Cloud View is an exceptional option.