Berwyn, PA

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Devon-Berwyn is a census-designated place that probably describes the densely populated area at the center of what the residents and the post office consider the two separate towns of Devon and Berwyn, in Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States. As of the 2000 census, the population was 5,067. Devon and Berwyn are both part of Pennsylvania’s Main Line.There is no governmental unit associated with either, and both are split between the governmental units of Tredyffrin Township (in the north) and Easttown Township (in the south).

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Berwyn, named after a mountain range in northeast Wales, is a Chester County community of just over 3,500 residents. Berwyn straddles Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships. It covers just under 2 square miles of land, and it’s one of the oldest communities in the entire country. With stately trees and beautiful green space, this idyllic community is a wonderful escape from busy Philadelphia.
Homes for Sale in Berwyn
The average home for sale in Berwyn is listed between the high $500s and the mid-$600s. However, you’ll find a variety of homes in this picturesque community; some are more spacious than others, and naturally, the age, size and location of the home will affect its price.
Berwyn Schools
Kids who live in Berwyn are part of the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District. There are several notable private schools in the area, as well.
Children who attend public schools go to Devon Elementary School, Tredyffrin-Easttown Middle School and Conestoga High School, which U.S. News and World Report has ranked as the 5th-best high school in all of Pennsylvania.
Dining and Shopping in Berwyn
Berwyn residents find easy access to a variety of local restaurants in and around town. Local lunch favorites include Mayuree Café and the farm-to-table goodness at the White Dog Café. Alfredo Italian and Nectar’s Pan-Asian dishes are popular choices for area ethnic flavors, and there’s no shortage of five-star dining near this Main Line enclave.
Whole Foods and a number of other supermarkets are just minutes from home when you live in Berwyn. The center of town is home to the Berwyn Shopping Center, and there are fully a half-dozen other shopping centers and strip malls within a short drive – particularly on Lancaster Avenue. The Gateway Shopping Center and the King of Prussia Mall are less than 5 miles from any point in Berwyn, as well.
Entertainment in Berwyn
Berwyn is home to Footlighters Theatre, one of the oldest community theaters in the country (and certainly the oldest in the Main Line area). Moviegoers head to the neighborhood Reel Cinemas 5 or take in a flick at the United Artists 16 screen movieplex and IMAX at the King of Prussia Mall.
Golf courses and driving ranges abound near Berwyn; there are a number of public courses and country clubs nearby. History buffs can take in the exhibits at Wharton Esherick Museum or visit Valley Forge National Historical Park, which are both located just over the Penna Turnpike.
Parks and Recreation in Berwyn
Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships each have their own Parks & Recreation departments, and both serve Berwyn residents with various events, classes and amenities. The Natural Land Trust’s Sharp’s Woods Preserve, the McKaig Nature Education Center and the Okehocking Preserve are also located nearby, and these family-friendly areas are great places to spend an afternoon to enjoy Pennsylvania’s natural beauty.
Commute Times from Berwyn
With two SEPTA stops in town and easy access to I-476, U.S. Route 202 and the Penna Turnpike, getting to and from Berwyn couldn’t be easier. Residents can find themselves in Philly by train in less than half an hour using the Paoli/Thorndale line.
From Berwyn to:

  • King of Prussia: 6.9 miles
  • Norristown: 9.2 miles
  • Havertown: 10 miles
  • Ardmore: 10.4 miles
  • Upper Darby: 11.6 miles
  • Bala Cynwyd: 13.7 miles
  • Chester: 16.7 miles
  • Philadelphia: 23.7 miles
  • Willow Grove: 25.1 miles
  • Morgantown: 30.4 miles

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To learn about Main Line Luxury Properties contact Mary Beth Hurtado at 610-608-3119 or Request Info.

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