Garrett Hill PA Area Homes Update

Welcome to Garrett Hill PA in Radnor Township Delaware County.

Nestled in the northeastern corner of Delaware County in the center of the Main Line in Radnor Township, Garrett Hill is ideally located between Villanova and Bryn Mawr.  Garrett Hill is centered on the area south of Lancaster Avenue, west of Garrett Avenue, East of Lowrys Lane, and north of Conestoga, but is often used to reference the larger area including the surrounding developments.

This location puts Garrett Hill  in a prime spot along the Main Line with easy access to the Blue Route/ I-476 running just to the west of Villanova.  It is also well served by SEPTA.  Bus lines run throughout the area and the SEPTA Route 100 High Speed  Lines runs right through Garrett Hill with a stop between Lowrys Lane and Garrett Avenue.  It is also within easy striking distance of the R5 Rosemont stop just north of Lancaster Ave.

The homes and businesses in Garrett Hill were originally developed to support the workers, plants, and larger estates in the surrounding areas.  Today, the area has become a close-knit community, and the homeowners and businesses continue to support much of the area including Villanova.

Due to its original development, the real estate is a nice mixture of single family homes, twins, and newer row homes.  The area is surrounded by some of the most expensive real estate in the county, but within Garrett Hill, the homes are very reasonably priced.  Since 2005, the average sales prices have ranged in price from $290,000 to $315,000.  Today, there are 11 homes currently on the market with an additional 6 under contract.  This year to date, there have been 34 sales in the overall area with an average sales price of $304,000.

With its great location, easy access, and reasonable pricing, Garrett Hill PA should remain a stable community for years to come and a great choice in the area.

As always, should you have any questions or need any additional information, do not hesitate to contact me anytime.

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