Tredyffrin Township was part of William Penn’s original “Welsh Tract,” settled in the 17th century. The Chester County community includes part of the Valley Forge National Historic Park, as well as neighborhoods like Chesterbrook, Strafford and Howellville. Today the median listing price in the township is about $730,000. These three homes in the Berwyn section can be had under $750,000.
452 Green Hill Lane
Monthly taxes: $726
Tell me all about it: This three-bedroom Colonial features a huge sun room as well as a lovely breakfast nook on the first floor along with a large en-suite master bedroom. Upstairs two more bedrooms include a cedar closet. An attached two-car garage plus an attic lend lots of room for storage, and the back yard is enormous.
844 Old State Rd.
Monthly taxes: $1,079
Tell me all about it: We love this four-bedroom home, which offers a sunny, open floorplan inside and a terrific entertaining space outside. The master suite includes a laundry chute and a spa-like bath with jetted tub. Out back a multi-leveled deck overlooks a heated lap pool, a private pond and professional landscaping and patios. Plus: there is a three-car garage with extra deep bays.
360 Lenape Drive
Monthly taxes: $830
Tell me all about it: It’s hard to top the listing language for this home, which advertises itself as the mullet of Colonials, “all business in the front with a party going on in the back.” From the curb, the stone home looks fairly traditional. Out back there is a koi pond, a potting shed, a fire pit and an in-ground pool. Inside there are five bedrooms, three full baths and two powder rooms. Plenty of space for a party.