Berwyn, PA (Chester County)
Berwyn is a community located off of Lancaster Avenue along the Pennsylvania Main Line. The community was once formally known as Berwyn-Devon, but was officially split up into a separate entity following the 2010 census. Despite being an area populated by only 3,800 or so residents, Berwyn is nevertheless tightly-packed with culture and refinement. The home values in Berwyn are amongst the highest in Pennsylvania and also nationwide. Most residents of the community work professional office, sales and management positions. The convenient location of the Berwyn SEPTA station makes commuting into Philadelphia or nearby areas veritably stress-free. In addition to the affluent white-collar residents, Berwyn is also home to a surprising number of artists. The overall concentration of residents who work as artists, designers or in the media is higher than 90 percent of all the communities in America. This spirit has been bolstered by the presence of the storied Footlighters’ Theaters, a non-profit organization that been operating for over 80 years, making it the oldest community theater on the Main Line. For those raising families, Berwyn is also located in the award-winning Tredyffrin-Easttown school district. Conestoga High School serves nearby teens. Berwyn is also incredibly scenic, with many instances of natural beauty pervading neighborhoods and thoroughfares. The Teagarden Park nearby enhances this natural presence. If you are looking to buy or sell a home, we would love to be your Berwyn real estate agent. Click the button above to browse our luxury Berwyn real estate listings.