Referrals are the Lifeblood of my Business! Working BY REFERRAL is my way of being able to devote more time to give superior personalized service to my customers and clients, assisting them in reaching their goals. My goal is to be your real estate professional for life and earn your referrals. I rely on people for their heartfelt endorsement to family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors. My vision is to build life long relationships one person at a time.
About the Milford, Dingmans Ferry and Matamoras, Pennsylvania Area
The Milford, Dingman's Ferry, and Matamoras in Pike County has continued to be an area that is well desired. Situated in between New York City NY and Philadelphia PA, this area is excellent for families and/or businesses.The Milford, Dingman's Ferry, and Matamoras area has easy access to such roads as I-84, 739, Rt. 206, and Rt. 6. You can get practically anywhere! It is a great suburban environment with loads of things to do. You'll never be bored!Such attractions as Grey Towers, the scenic Delaware River, the Columns Museum, the festivals that take place annually in Milford; such as the Milford Music Festival and the Black Bear Film Festival, and many many more!
Arlene has her Associate Brokers License along with ABR, CRS designations.
This area is rich in history and tradition. The Dimmick Inn has been the center of Milford for over a century, providing great food and a great atmosphere for all who visit. The refurbished Hotel Fauchere's opens its awnings soon, taking its place among the beautiful antique buildings of Milford. Grey Towers has been the center of tourism since John F. Kennedy made it a national historic landmark in 1963. Once inhabited by the Pinchot family, Grey Towers has recently been restored to its former brilliance in hope that the visitors will enjoy it. Gifford Pinchot, popular Pennsylvania governor and first Chief Forester, lived here with his wife Corenlia for decades. Come and here their story throughout the summer, and possibly run into James Pinchot! For more information please go to www.pinchot.org/gt or call 570-296-9630.
Another historical landmark is the Columns Museum. It contains many different kinds of artifacts, including its most prized piece, the flag which President Lincoln's head was placed on as he lay dying after he was shot by John Wilkes Booth in Ford's Theater in 1865. There is a room dedicated to Charles Sanders Peirce, mathmematician, scientist, and founder of "pragmatism." The Hiawatha stagecoach, Native American artifacts, Civil War artifacts, historic farm tools and firearms, vintage gowns and uniforms, photo albums and old letters, musical instruments, kitchenware, along with special seasonal exhibits make the Columns Museum a must see! For more information call 570-296-8126.Recreation is abundant amongst the hills, valleys, lakes, woods, and rivers of the Milford, Dingman's Ferry, and Matamoras area. PEEC (Pocono Environmental Education Center) enhances environmental awareness for all ages. Learn about natural beauty here amongst a diverse ecosystem. The sky is the limit for what you can study during a short or long time at PEEC. For more information call 570-828-2319.These are just a few examples of what you can do while searching for a vacation, retirement, or permanent home in this area. For more information on buying a home, please call me. I am dedicated to finding you the perfect home for your family. I live in this area also and know what it has to offer. For more information call Arlene Quirk toll free at 1 800-372-4268 ext. 124
Specializing in Residential, Commercial and Land sales. My job is to educate you about the area, earn your business and your referrals and become your realtor for life