You may think Broomall’s most notorious exports are former child actor Danny Bonaduce or Scientology leader David Miscavige, but you’d be foolish to ignore Thomas Massey, the English Quaker who built one of the oldest homes in the commonwealth in 1696. The two-story home is on the National Register of Historic Places. A few centuries later, homes in the Delaware County community sell for a median price of $410,000 and are only on the market for about 22 days. These three homes are all beneath that threshold and may go even sooner.
112 Carli Drive, Broomall, Pa.
Monthly taxes: $740
Tell me all about it: We love the master suite in this three-bedroom town home. It features a walk-in closet as well as an en-suite bathroom with double vanity and soaking tub. The expansive deck out back is a gem, too. Bonus: the oversized two-car garage offers direct access to your home.
Monthly taxes: $413
Tell me all about it: We especially love the family room, with its wood fireplace, in this four-bedroom home. Other features include newer HVAC and updated bathrooms, as well as a kitchen with movable center island. Plus, the unfinished basement will make a great project for the right buyer.
9 Marwood Drive, Broomall, Pa.
Monthly taxes: $427
Tell me all about it: This four-bedroom home sits on a lovely parcel of well-manicured land with room enough for an in-ground pool. We also love the eat-in kitchen and en-suite master bedroom. At more than 2,200 square feet, this home offers plenty of living and entertaining space.