Milford Manor

2200 Milford Road East Stroudsburg, PA 18301

Property Type:
Other Hospitality
Last Verified:
Jan 17, 2019


  • Primarily a one-story layout for most of its 14,366 SF design
  • Has a paved, circular driveway and a paved parking lot that accommodates 28-cars
  • A fully-operational 51-Bed Licensed Personal Care Facility by the PA Department of Human Services
  • Located in a 14,366 SF one-story (partial second floor) providing residential rooms all with private, three-piece baths, activity room, dining room a commercial-grade kitchen and office.
  • Is at 84.3% Occupancy
  • Situated on a three-acre landscaped parcel with a circular driveway, 28-paved parking spaces, a pond, and mature trees and shrubs.
  • Only a Ten Minute Ride to the Lehigh Valley Hospital-Pocono Medical Center and an Eighteen Minute Ride to the newly-built St.Luke's Monroe Campus


Milford Manor is a licensed 51-bed personal care facility and a 1,000 SF, 1- story rental bungalow situated on a three-acre parcel in the suburbs of East Stroudsburg, PA.

Located in the greater suburbs of the communities of East Stroudsburg and Stroudsburg provides for a bucolic setting but the immediate conveniences that these two urban centers offer.
Only a ten-minute ride to the Lehigh Valley Pocono Medical Center and an 18-minute ride to the recently built St. Luke's Hospital Monroe Campus
Only seven minutes to the nearest Interstate-80 Interchange
In 12 minutes one will be in New Jersey and its potential residents for the facility

Year Built: 1970
Building Size: 14750.0sq ft
Lot Size: 3.0 acres

Map of 2200 Milford Road, East Stroudsburg, PA, 18301

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