On the search choices table, the "Lakefront" checkbox is selected by default. So just click on the "Next" button and you will have access to all of the lakefront homes. They will be displayed in groups of 5. While you can narrow the search results by Price Range, Bedrooms, Bathrooms, or a Location/Development by using the "Back" button on your browser to return to the search selections table and revise your selections, I recommend your first search not be narrowed as the number of lakefront homes is limited due to demand. If you want to see results in one table rather than in groups of 5, then click on the total listing link at the upper right of the Search Results page.
Each row contains a small photo followed by key details about the home. Click on any photo or listing number to open a "Summary" window with a larger photo and a link to "Full Information" containing more details. In some cases you can take a "Photo Tour" when in the Summary window.
The Search Results table first appears with the listings in order of ascending price. Clicking on a column heading in the Search Results table will sort the table based upon the datafields in that column. Each time you click on the column heading the table will sort by ascending or descending order (toggles from one sort order to the other each time).
The listings displayed come from the Pocono Multiple Listing Service (MLS) database and are current as of the time the display appears. Only currently "active" (for sale) listings are shown. If a listing goes under contract or is withdrawn it will no longer appear on the display. Any new listings entered following your current visit will appear the next time you access the database.
On rare occasion you may see a listing marked with a red "K" on a yellow background. This is a "Kickout" which means the property is under-contract with contingencies the current buyer needs to resolve (like selling their home.) The seller is still open to offers and can accept a better offer upon 72 hours notice (typical time) to the current buyers to resolve their contingency or be "Kicked Out" in favor of the more recent offer.