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c.1926 Old Store Fixer Upper in Cherry Tree PA Under $35K ~ Off Market

300 Cherry St, Cherry Tree, PA 15724     $34,900 Off Market 


It looks like this c.1926 fixer upper home was once a storefront in the tiny borough of Cherry Tree, PA (pop. 364). The structure sits next to railroad tracks with views of the forested hills beyond. The home comes with plenty of wood for the old wood furnace in the basement, but I might save some money for a stockpile of electric blankets.

Town History

Cherry Tree was originally named “Canoe Place” because only canoes could pass through that portion of the West Branch of the Susquehanna River. The community went by a couple of more names, “Newman’s Mills” and later “Grant Post Office,” before settling on Cherry Tree. TheIt was named after a large cherry tree that stood that marked the eastern boundary of the territory acquired by the Penn family.


Expansive 3/4 bedroom, 2 bath fixer upper home located on Cherry Street in Cherrytree Borough. New flooring, bathroom, windows and light fixtures are some of the updates put into this 2 story home. Propane heat or utilize the wood burner in the winter months. Four truckloads of wood included in basement ready to go! Plenty of room to grow in this beautiful home.
Cherry Tree, Pennsylvania - Wikipedia
Our featured home is off the photo to the right.

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One Comment

  • Chad Hallman

    This building at 300 Cherry Street has an older history than what’s stated here. It was originally owned by the Henderson Family in the latter part of the 1800’s. It was a home and then a Bed & Breakfast type place. Then given by the owner Mr. Henderson to his daughter and her new husband, Mr. Milton Hallman. He was my Great Grand Uncle. And he turned this place into one of the first hotels in Cherrytree, PA. called Hotel Hallman.

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