Our 29 Best Towns
From Bala Cynwyd to West Chester, we asked local realtors for the lowdown on how things are shaping up in our area. See how your town is faring.
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Chances are, when a house goes up for sale here, it won’t stay on the market for long.
The Conestoga-Woodlea neighborhood, including Blair, Margo and Keller streets, and Mountview Road. Residents can walk to the train, schools and shops.
Northside neighborhoods on Carisbrooke and Caversham roads, plus Gatcombe, Garden, Colebrook and Potts lanes.
Clovelly Lane and Beaumont Road are highly desirable for their large lot sizes and close proximity to The Willows park and downtown Devon and Wayne.
Fenimore, a new development built by Don and Todd Pohlig and Bernie Drueding. Its 24 estate homes — designed to resemble an established Main Line neighborhood—are situated on 22 acres of open space and close to the 33-mile Bridlewild Trail.
The cluster of private Northside Haverford thoroughfares that includes Cheswold Hill Road and Cheswold and Elbow lanes. All have meticulously maintained homes on spacious lots within walking distance of Merion Cricket Club. On the south side, the popularity of the 55-plus community Athertyn at Haverford Reserve continues to grow as more empty-nesters downsize.
The tight-knit community of Deepdale is proud to have the oldest civic association in Pennsylvania. A great selling point in both Deepdale and Strafford Village: a Wayne address in Chester County—and that means lower taxes.