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Search Devon homes for sale below! The Devon real estate market is not as large as neighbors Wayne to the East or Berwyn to the west. There are approximately 100 sales per year with a median sale price in the low $500s, close to Berwyn's. One third of the market in Devon is condominiums or townhouses. The remainder is single family homes. The median home age in Devon is 51 years, younger than more eastern Main Line towns and close to that of Berwyn. More about Devon Homes and Neighborhoods
There are approximately 770 condominium units in Devon, ranging in price from the $130s to the $360s. The majority of these are at Old Forge Crossing but there are also units at Arbordeau and Devon Green. Townhouses may be found at Tanglewood, Sugar Knoll, Devonshire, Pond View Estates and Dorset Green. These properties range in price from the low $300s to over $1M and in square footage from 2000 to 5800.
There is a significant range of single family homes available in Devon. They range in price from the $190s to $2.5M and in square footage from 1000 to more than 6500. It is not the case in Devon, as it is in more eastern Main Line towns, that the more expensive homes are north of route 30.
Devon is best known as the site of the Devon Horse Show which is held each year in late May on the Devon Fairgrounds. It is the oldest--first show in 1896--and largest outdoor horse show in the country and draws top competitors from all over the world. There is a grandstand for fans, games and rides for the kids and booths selling clothing and so forth. It's particularly fun to watch the competition under the lights in the evening and stroll the grounds while enjoying a sweet treat such as cotton candy or a candy stick in a lemon. The proceeds of the show benefit Bryn Mawr Hospital. The Jenkins Arboretum, a non-profit botanical garden, is also located in Devon and features free admission from 8AM to sunset.
Children living in Devon can attend the public schools of the Tredyffrin-Easttown school district, ranked 6th out of 553 districts in the state or attend one of many private schools in the area.
The businesses that the comprise the town of Devon are not packed as densely as other Main Line towns such as Bryn Mawr, Ardmore or Wayne and there isn't really a center of town. There are several banks, filling stations, restaurants and a very well known nursery, Waterloo Gardens. There is also a bowling alley and a lumber yard. The closest supermarket is in neighboring Berwyn. The Lancaster County Farmer's Market, which is, of course, not in Lancaster County but in Delaware County, is in neighboring Strafford. There is world class shopping at King of Prussia Mall, 10 minutes away. Of course Philadelphia, with all it has to offer in the way of cultural and sporting events and a vibrant restaurant scene is within 50 minutes by train or car. See the community video to get a visual feel of what Devon has to offer as a place to live.