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Getting to Center City
Commute to Center City – 28 minutes & 22.2 miles
Average Travel Time – 42 minutes
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Devon Fun Facts
Parts of Devon are located within Easttown Township in Chester County and Tredyffrin Township in Chester County. However, both of these townships share the same public school system. Our real estate team is very familiar with Devon and we are here to answer any questions that you may have regarding the different townships within Devon.
What The Residents Say
We love living in Devon. We are walking distance from both the Devon and Berwyn train stations, the Devon Horse Show, Handels Ice Cream, and several little shops and restaurants. Not to mention, close to Wayne, King of Prussia (for shopping), and other great towns. We can be in the country, the city, the mountains, or the beach within minutes to a little over an hour. Our neighborhood is friendly and down to earth. We regularly see people walking, running, or biking down our street as well and stopping to chat with neighbors along the way. Our children are thriving at Devon Elementary School where we love the teachers and the environment as well as the parent involvement. We are grateful that our children are growing up in this great community.
I grew up in Bryn Mawr, but when I moved back here as an adult and bought a house, I chose in the Tredyffrin-Easttown school district area for a few reasons. To start, the lot sizes and houses, in general, are bigger for the same price or less. If you're looking for a house under around $750k, there's really not much inventory as you move further east on the Main Line. Devon is also just far enough west that the traffic is much lighter than Wayne and points further East. Life doesn't center around Lancaster Avenue like it does in other towns, so many parts of it have a country feel, especially the parts of Devon south of Lancaster. As I drive to my house, there aren't any traffic lights, the roads are windy and tree-lined, and there are no street lights. We definitely have the feeling of being out in the country while still being 10 minutes to downtown Wayne, 15 minutes to the King of Prussia Town Center, and 15-20 minutes to Bryn Mawr. We are able to do those drives east on back roads so we never have to deal with Lancaster and traffic lights. We also have the train station right there, providing easy access to downtown. It was hard to think about giving up convenience having grown up in the true heart of the Main Line, but I really haven't given up on being just a few minutes from everything. The one drawback of Devon is that we don't really have a "town" along Lancaster, but once the new Devon Yard is built that should change. In the meantime, we have the awesome Devon Horse Show, Whole Foods, a drive-through Starbucks, Devon Donuts, and Pour Richards boutique coffee shop! We are also only a few minutes from Strafford, where Eagle Village Shops (and restaurants) are, where there is an entrance to the Radnor Trail, and where the Lancaster Farmers Market is.
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