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Find your dream home in Narberth below! The Narberth real estate market is smaller than that of neighboring Main Line towns Wynnewood, Penn Valley, Merion and Bala Cynwyd. In 2014, there were 29 sales in Narberth with a median price of $450k. There is reasonable diversity in Narberth housing stock as there are single family homes, twins and also condos to be had. More about Narberth Homes and Neighborhoods.
There are roughly 75 1 - 2 bedroom units available at Essex House on Essex Ave, at Windsor Arms on Windsor Ave, at Wynmont on Montgomery Ave and at 102 Dudley Ave that trade in the $150k - $300k range. These are all converted apartment buildings built in the 60s and 70s. On the higher end and within walking distance of downtown Narberth, there are 16 condos at Narberth Place on Price Ave and at Forrest Walk on Forrest Ave that sell from the $500s to over $1M. The Narberth Place units are conversions of a church and related buildings.
The twins and row houses range from the $150s all the way up to the high $400s. There are from 2 - 5 bedrooms in these properties. Single family home prices are distributed from the $290s to the $800s. Most of the homes in the boro are greater than 50 years in age and lot sizes are small. The only new construction properties being built are the condominiums mentioned above.
There is quite a bit of foot traffic in town since all residents live within walking distance. This creates a pleasing, neighborly atmosphere. Traffic is light as the town is not on a major thoroughfare.
Children living in Narberth can attend the public schools of Lower Merion Township, ranked 12th out of 553 districts in the state, or the numerous private schools located nearby.
Narberth is known for its Summer league basketball games, played under the lights on the 2 courts of the Narberth Playground. These games feature top local high school and collegiate players. There is also a long standing 4th of July celebration including an extensive fireworks display, hosted on the playground. Families have spread blankets on the baseball field and watched the fireworks for generations.
The town includes various small shops and restaurants and a liquor store. There is no supermarket but there is at nearby Wynnewood Shopping Center which also includes a Bed, Bath and Beyond, an Old Navy, restaurants and other shops. Suburban Square in Ardmore offers higher end shopping, 5 minutes away, as does the King of Prussia Mall, 20 minutes.