Aston is among the commonwealth’s first townships, having been settled in the late 17th century and named Northley. Eventually renamed for Aston in Oxfordshire, England, the Delaware County suburb was established with the boundaries we know today in 1945. Zillow reports the median listing price in the suburb around $228,000, with a forecast for rising rates over the next two years. These properties are priced to sell a bit south of that figure.
2237 South Bent Lane, Aston
Monthly taxes: $355
Tell me all about it: This three-bedroom ranch-style home has been recently remade to include new exterior features like siding and windows, and interior elements like stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, gleaming hardwoods and a new hall bath. Outside, we love the covered porch with views of the large backyard.
167 Judy Way, Aston
Monthly taxes: $365
Tell me all about it: This Aston townhome includes parking for two and managed outdoor maintenance with low HOAs. At over 1,600 square feet of living space, the unit includes three bedrooms and a full bath as well as a powder room, plus a finished basement and a partial attic. Bonus: the deck out back offers a private, wooded view.
818 Bethel Avenue, Aston
Monthly taxes: $553
Tell me all about it: The interior of this four-bedroom Aston home may require some updating but the grounds are entirely modern. The property features landscaping, a wrap-around deck, an above-ground pool and a pond. Inside a sun room includes a Jacuzzi.
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