Property Line: Three Chester County homes under $400,000

Chester County’s Chesterbrook is situated within Tredyffrin Township, settled by William Penn as an area for the Welsh to make their homes in the 17th century. The community abuts Valley Forge National Historical Park, and the population at the time of the last census was just under 5,000. The median sales price for homes in the area is about $320,000. These three homes can be had for between $369,900 and $399,499.

48 Cabot Drive, Chesterbrook

$385,000

Monthly taxes: $398

Tell me all about it: We love the master suite in this two-bedroom Newport neighborhood home. Not only does it feature a huge walk-in closet, but the en-suite bathroom includes a soaking tub. The finished basement could be a third bedroom or a family room, and if you still need more space, Wilson Farm Park is right across the street.

44 Woodstream Drive, Chesterbrook

$389,499

Monthly taxes: $380

Tell me all about it: It’s tough to decide which floor of this three-bedroom, 2,706-square-foot home is our favorite. The third floor is an empty slate, with a dry-walled room waiting to become storage, an additional bedroom or a study. The second floor features a master suite with a huge, en-suite spa-style bath. The first floor boasts a brand new custom kitchen. And the lower level has a wet bar and offers walk-out access to the back yard.

18 Sturbridge Lane, Chesterbrook

$369,900

Monthly taxes: $407

Tell me all about it: We love the open floorplan in this three-bedroom home in Chesterbrook’s Main Street Village. The industrial kitchen gives the home a very hip feel. Bonus: the condo also includes a great finished basement with wet bar.

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