Tredyffrin, PA

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Tucked into an enclave of eastern Chester County, Tredyffrin is a spectacular, historical township in Philadelphia’s Main Line area. Parks, historic landmarks and modern conveniences converge in this beautiful town, which nearly 30,000 people call home. The average home for sale in Tredyffrin is listed between $500,000 and $600,000, but there are homes for sale all over the price spectrum. Newer homes are dotted among older and historic houses, each with its own unique appeal. Whether you’d prefer something modern with an open floor plan or you’d enjoy living in a turn-of-the-century home with plenty of historic appeal, you’ll find the perfect home in Tredyffrin. Kids who live in Tredyffrin are part of the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District. There are a variety of private schools to choose from in town, as well. To learn about Main Line Luxury Properties contact Mary Beth Hurtado at 610-608-3119 or Request Info.

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Tucked into an enclave of eastern Chester County, Tredyffrin is a spectacular, historical township in Philadelphia’s Main Line area. Parks, historic landmarks and modern conveniences converge in this beautiful town, which nearly 30,000 people call home.
Homes for Sale in Tredyffrin
The average home for sale in Tredyffrin is listed between $500,000 and $600,000, but there are homes for sale all over the price spectrum. Newer homes are dotted among older and historic houses, each with its own unique appeal. Whether you’d prefer something modern with an open floor plan or you’d enjoy living in a turn-of-the-century home with plenty of historic appeal, you’ll find the perfect home in Tredyffrin.
Tredyffrin Schools
Kids who live in Tredyffrin are part of the Tredyffrin-Easttown School District. There are a variety of private schools to choose from in town, as well.
Tredyffrin Elementary Schools

  • Beaumont
  • Devon
  • Hillside
  • New Eagle
  • Valley Forge

Tredyffrin Middle Schools

  • Tredyffrin-Easttown
  • Valley Forge

Conestoga High School is Treddyfrin’s one public school for kids in grades 9 through 12, and it’s located in Berwyn. U.S. News and World Report ranked Conestoga High School as the #5 high school in the entire state.
Dining and Shopping in Tredyffrin
Foodies who live in Tredyffrin are sure to find a few local favorites. From Italian to Pan-Asian, there are a handful of highly rated eateries in the area that offer world-class flavor. Looking for pub food with a wide selection of beers? Head on over to TJ’s Restaurant and Drinkery. White Dog Café will feed you farm-fresh fare in a delightful, rustic setting.
Shoppers in the area have easy access to a number of malls and shopping centers, including King of Prussia Mall, Chesterbrook and Gateway shopping centers. From big-box goods at Target to specialty groceries at Trader Joe’s, Tredyffrin residents can find everything they need within a few miles of home.
Entertainment in Tredyffrin
Area history buffs are sure to enjoy visiting Valley Forge National Historical Park, as well as the many historical buildings and landmarks in the area. Movie-lovers have a few independent theaters to choose from in addition to the 16-screen movieplex at the King of Prussia Mall. Footlighters Theatre offers live stage performances, as do a number of college fine arts departments in the region.
Parks and Recreation in Tredyffrin
The Tredyffrin Township Parks and Recreation department offers park facilities, camps, and year-round opportunities for exercise and enjoyment. From playgrounds and sporting fields to nature trails, township parks provide many ways to enjoy the outdoors.
John James Audubon Center is an easy drive north, while Sharp’s Woods Preserve lies just south of Lancaster Avenue. Jenkins Arboretum is another local favorite where nature lovers flock.
Commute Times from Tredyffrin
The Pennsylvania Turnpike and U.S. 202 make getting to and from Tredyffrin easy, and Berwyn Station on SEPTA transit is also extremely close.
Tredyffrin to:

  • Valley Forge: 4.3 miles
  • King of Prussia: 6.7 miles
  • Phoenixville: 6.9 miles
  • Conshohocken: 10.5 miles
  • West Chester: 13.5 miles
  • Ardmore: 13.7 miles
  • Lima: 14.4 miles
  • Philadelphia: 23.6 miles
  • Wilmington, Delaware: 30 miles
  • Levittown: 41.7 miles

Let’s Find Your Next Home in Tredyffrin
To learn about Main Line Luxury Properties contact Mary Beth Hurtado at 610-608-3119 or Request Info.

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