Looking for a new home in the Philadelphia ‘burbs? Check out these seven great towns to get a snapshot of what you can expect with a nice budget of $ 300000 in Greater Philadelphia, and give us a call if you see a home you like!
Broomall is a popular place to live in the heart of Delaware County. Served by the award-winning Marple Newtown School District, this friendly town is conveniently located and just minutes from major shopping centers and eateries. Here’s what you can expect: A nicely maintained 3-4 bedroom brick home with hardwood floors, one-car garage, and a quarter of an acre.
Towamencin Township (in between Lansdale and Harleysville) offers quiet streets, established neighborhoods, and the award-winning North Penn School District. Plus, Towamencin is just five or ten minutes Here’s what you can expect: A well-built 3-4 bedroom, 2 bath single-family home with a garage and nice backyard, but in need of a little aesthetic TLC
Quakertown offers serene and semi-rural peaceful living in Upper Bucks. While the quiet area is located nearby Lake Nockamixon and offers plenty of wooded privacy, it is also near plenty of things to do, including theaters, eateries, and shopping plazas. Here’s what you can expect: A move-in ready newer Colonial with a sizable backyard, 3-4 bedrooms, and in a friendly, established neighborhood.
Media is nestled in the heart of Delaware County, and is one of the most popular walkable neighborhoods in the region. With award-winning restaurants, boutiques, and easy access to public transportation, it’s no surprise that so many people love Media. Here’s what you can expect: A petite and charming 2 bedroom, 1 bath home in need of some updates and walkable to all that Media has to offer.
Springfield Township, Montgomery County is home to the village of Wyndmoor, with quaint homes, pretty streets, and proximity to Philadelphia’s Chestnut Hill. Here’s what you can expect: A charming and historic 4 bedroom Victorian home in need of some renovations, with a smaller backyard and walkability to parks, shops, and eateries.
Coatesville is nestled in Chester County along Route 30. With plenty of new construction, Coatesville is a growing community with easy access to Downingtown, West Chester, and Exton. Here’s what you can expect: A stately new home with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, luxury features, 2 garages and a nice backyard.
Feasterville Trevose is nestled in lower Bucks County and just a few minutes from everything! The popular town is on the border of Philadelphia’s Somerton section and near major employers. Here’s what you can expect: A well-maintained but somewhat dated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom ranch or bilevel with hardwood floors, a garage and nice backyard.