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Highlands of Golden Oaks Village

3 Golden Oaks Drive

White Haven, Pennsylvania  18661

New Pennsylvania Active Adult Community is Nestled in Lush Pocono Mountain Scenery

 

 
Nestled just south of Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania in the Pocono Mountains is the Highlands of  Golden Oaks Village, an active adult community for those age 55 and better.  Roughly two hours west of New York City, residents here enjoy the tranquility and natural beauty of this recreational region while also being able to easily enjoy time in an exciting, vibrant city.   The Poconos have a population of nearly 300,000, but this is still a rural area, offering a peaceful place for retirement.

 

Golden Oaks Village has duplexes, town homes and single-family dwellings.  These are custom homes with one to three bedrooms, two to three baths, one or two stories, garages and sun decks.  The smallest home has 1,248 square feet and the largest has 2,112 square feet.   Twelve models with 120 floor plans are available.     HOA dues cover lawn care, trash pick-up, snow plowing, maintenance of common areas and clubhouse amenities.   Visit here for more information.

The clubhouse offers plenty of activities and facilities to keep Village Oak residents busy and involved.  Tennis courts, a swimming pool and a computer lab are planned, and already in place are a fitness center and meandering walking trails.  

Village Oak is surrounded by more than 5,700 acres of undeveloped State Game Lands, providing endless opportunities for hiking, downhill and cross country skiing, horseback riding and fishing.

White Haven, the borough in which Village Oak is located, has a population of about 1,200 people.  Several hospitals are within fifteen miles.  Museums, symphonies, theater, shopping and sporting events venues are within two to three miles.  

The elevation is 1,221 feet, and summer temperatures reach into the 70s and 80s.  Winters see temperatures in the teens, 20s and 30s.  Precipitation averages three to four inches per month, some of which can be significant snowfall from November through March.   


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