See Which Chester County Towns Made List of Priciest Places in Region

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Cows in West Vincent Township.

Seventeen Chester County areas are among the top fifty priciest places and most expensive neighborhoods in the Philadelphia region last year, according to a staff report from Philadelphia Magazine

The highest-ranked is Easttown Township in fourth place with a 2022 average home price of $1,127,221, which represents a one-year change of 13 percent. 

Next is Pennsbury Township at No. 14 with an average home price of $865,130, which equals a one-year change of eight percent. Willistown Township follows at No. 18 with an $825,557 average home price and a year-over-year increase of eight percent. 

Newlin Township also made the top 20 at No. 20, but the township actually recorded a drop in price year-over-year of 25 percent. The average 2022 home price is $823,758. 

Here are all Chester County places that made the list: 

  • 4. Easttown Township 
  • 14. Pennsbury Township 
  • 18. Willistown Township 
  • 20. Newlin Township 
  • 21. Charlestown Township 
  • 22. Wayne 
  • 23. Pocopson Township 
  • 24. West Vincent Township 
  • 25. Thornbury Township 
  • 27. Devon 
  • 28. Birmingham Township 
  • 30. East Nantmeal Township 
  • 38. Kennett Township 
  • 39. West Goshen Township 
  • 41. East Bradford Township 
  • 43. West Pikeland Township 
  • 47. Wallace Township 

Read more about the hottest places in the region in Philadelphia Magazine


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