On the Market: Three Berwyn homes under $500,000

The Main Line hamlet of Berwyn has been known by that moniker only since 1877. Before that, the village had a variety of names including Cocheltown and Glassley. Its current name is a callback to the Berwyn Hills in Wales, in recognition of the area’s original settlers. The community is part of the Tredyffrin/Easttown School District, consistently ranked among the best in the state. The homes below are each served by the district’s Conestoga High School.

219 Shoreline Drive 
 Monthly taxes: $534 
Tell me all about it: This three-bedroom townhouse boasts about $100,000 in recent renovations, including a new gourmet kitchen with double ovens. We love the large deck out back and the master bedroom with jetted tub in the en-suite bathroom.

444 Chandlee Drive 
Monthly taxes: $660 
Tell me all about it: We love this three-bedroom end unit in the Waynesbrooke East development. It features a dramatic, two-story foyer, a master suite with walk-in closet and a large patio out back. Plus, there’s a detached garage for your car or the workshop of your dreams.

121 Daylesford Blvd. 
 Monthly taxes: $597 
Tell me all about it: We love the breakfast nook in this four-bedroom home, with its skylight and views of the expansive deck off the back of the home. The recently renovated community in which the property in situated includes a pool and tennis courts.

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