Stauffer Pointe is a unique community with a rural setting on more than 40-acres of land, yet its proximity to major highways makes it easy to commute to work, schools, shops, and recreation. The Stauffer Pointe neighborhood is growing along its new Grandview Drive location where residents enjoy incredible views of the Appalachian Mountains and beautiful sunsets to the west along the Susquehanna River in Pittston Township.
About Northeastern PA
Wilkes-Barre, Pittston, Scranton, Hazleton and hundreds of smaller communities, Northeast PA is a place where businesses and historical sites abound. Located in the heart of the region’s Wyoming Valley in Pittston Township, Stauffer Pointe is a close distance to major shopping districts, ski resorts, nationally recognized golf courses, a nearby Triple A baseball team, an AHL hockey team, a harness racing track, and new casino. Job opportunities are growing as businesses look to a more rural climate for expansions and new site development while housing costs remain well below nationally comparable metropolitan areas. Low crime, progressive schools, good hospitals and several universities, lend to the overall quality of life at Stauffer Pointe.
Key attributes of Northeast PA:
- A short commute (less then 20 minutes on average)
- Affordable housing, transportation, and healthcare
- Great educational opportunities— we have 16 colleges here including the new Medical College at Scranton University.
- An overall crime rate lower than nearly 85% of the nation
- An abundance of outdoor recreation opportunities
Northeastern Pennsylvania has a reputation for excellence in education from pre-school, K-12, college, and on to graduate school as families play a key role in educating our area’s youths. Millions of dollars have been invested in new schools and in new technology and classrooms are small on average with a student/teacher ratio of 16-1. Advanced placement, gifted programs, and special education services are offered by most local school districts. The Stauffer Pointe community resides in the Pittston Area School District. In addition to public school opportunities, the area is home to several private schools of learning including: Abington Christian, Bais Yaakov of Scranton, Bear Creek Community Charter School, Diocease of Scranton Schools, Fell Charter School, Howard Gardner School, Immanuel Christian, Milton Eisner Yeshiva High School, MMI Prep School, Scranton Hebrew Day School, Scranton Preparatory School and Wyoming Seminary.