The median home value in Phoenixville, PA is $280,750.
the county median home value of $318,300.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Phoenixville, PA is $280,750.
Approximately 51.96% of Phoenixville homes are owned,
compared to 41.65% rented, while
6.39% are vacant.
Phoenixville real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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Amazing location for this .26 Acre Lot on a beautiful tree lined street directly across the street from the School/ball fields! This location is flat and open and allows easy access to 29, 113, 23 and Paoli Train Station. Ready to build your new home! Public Water and Public Water available on this street! Build your house and enjoy all that Phoenixville has to offer including Library, Downtown Phoenixville's quaint shops and unique restaurants and fabulous festivals and activities!
Invoke your creativity....A rare opportunity for a buyer with vision. This bungalow style home with incredible country setting awaits rebirth into the 21st century or perhaps you may wish to tear down and do something totally new. Unsurpassed views of Kimberton Valley. Sit out on your deck and enjoy sunsets, expansive southwest views, wildlife and nature at its best. It gets even better, this property is WALKABLE to the quaint village of Kimberton. Just around the corner is Kimberton Whole Foods, The renowned Kimberton Inn and cozy Station Bistro and the Kimberton County Fair. Get in the car and your just a few minutes east to revitalized downtown Phoenixville with its urban vibe, numerous brew pubs, restaurants and shoppes. This property also offers an oversized 1 bay barn/garage with loft area mezzanine perfect for that weekend workshop or car enthusiast. Fantastic location-placement between Rts. 202 & 30, The PA Turnpike, 422, 100 or perhaps that weekend retreat from the City of Philadelphia. Recreation (Marsh Creek, French Creek, Valley Forge National Park), biking, walking trails and numerous public and private golf courses are just a short commute. Public water and sewer near site. Site & home served by natural gas service. Property is zoned KV (Kimberton Village) which allows a variety of residential and non residential uses. Check east pikeland township web site for zoning uses and allowances.
Two acres being sold with an additional 3 acres directly adjacent for a total of 5 acres. Ready to be developed, Located on Paradise Street in popular Phoenixville, Chester County, PA. Zoned Commercial. Mostly flat, slightly rolling lot.
Three acres being sold with additional 2 acres directly adjacent for a total of 5 acres. Ready to be developed, Located on Paradise Street in popular Phoenixville, Chester County, PA. Zoned Commercial. Mostly flat, slightly rolling lot.
Come build the home of your dreams. Property is a 2.1 Acres Lot overlooking everything. Great location. Property also has 2 acres of attached open space giving the lot a very large appearance. Perfect setting for any ones dream home. This property is approved for public water, sewer, gas and electric. There is a $30,000 fee for the easement that has to be paid to neighbor upon starting construction. That is not included in the sale price.
Property is zoned RI. Townhomes can be built. North St in rear will be available to park cars. Borough said at time of listing that EDU'S are available for sewer connection and public water are in the paved street. Sketch plan will be available soon.
Two prime building lots on 10.2 gently sloping and wooded acres in rural conservation district. Take advantage of sweeping southeasterly views across the Kimberton Golf Club, (18 holes) where the length of the property borders the 12th fairway and beyond. (Photos are showing the views of the lot from the golf course.) Lots are best seen from the golf course side. Subdivide to maximize value or keep entire 10.2 acres as one building lot for privacy and seclusion. Located between Phoenixville, Kimberton and Spring City. Buyer responsible for verifying subdivision with township along with appropriate septic and well requirements. Tucked back from Route 23, this property provides easy access to major routes, shopping and restaurants. Note that the property is set far from the roads and sits between the golf club and the subdivided lots that front Hickory Grove Road. There is easy access to the lot via two, 40-foot wide access roads that originate at Hickory Grove Road, each at opposite ends of the lot, (see aerial view). Township reports no adverse easements, flood or wetlands affecting use of the property. Owen J. Roberts school district. Enjoy outdoor activities, miles of walking/riding, biking, fishing, horseback riding, kayaking, and nearly a dozen golf courses nearby. Do not access property without an appointment. Lines drawn on aerial views are approximate.
Builder Alert! .56 acre lot in Phoenixville is now available at a reasonable price and sellers are motivated! Preliminary plans for a 3-lot subdivision are attached and included with the purchase. Don't let this one slip away!
This quarter-acre property is not a build-able lot but is being sold along with the two buildings next door at 1800 & 1806 Pickering Road, MLS 6895439. Once in a lifetime opportunity to restore two charming 18th Century buildings nestled side-by-side along the picturesque Pickering Creek at Merlin and Pickering Roads. These historic buildings anchored the original Village of Merlin, an important Chester County crossroads for industry and agriculture in the 18th & 19th centuries. The first building is a sweet three-story stone house reportedly built in the 1830-1840's. There are two bedrooms on the second level and space for a possible third bedroom in the attic, which has a dormer and many windows. The second building is the old J.J. Emery Cider Mill, a two-story structure featuring gorgeous exposed stone interiors, two stone fireplaces and a wonderful stone courtyard overlooking the creek. Stunning views, wildlife, and the rush of the creek are all enjoyed from nearly every window and the exterior deck/porch of each building. There is a beautiful stone wall along the creek side of the grounds. Live in one house and rent the other or create an artist studio/in-law suite next to your home. The two buildings are contributing resources in the Middle Pickering National Register Historic District and are also listed resources under Article 16 of the township Historic Resources Protection Ordinance. Buyer needs the vision and resources to completely renovate both buildings. Buyers without an understanding of the realities of renovating historic properties are discouraged from considering this property. Roofs on both structures are newer. Buildings and septic system are being sold in as-is condition. Creek-side quarter-acre lot at 1794 Pickering Road is part of this sale and houses the septic system which is functioning but is in unsatisfactory condition (see listing agent for additional detail). Anglers will find a variety of fish including smallmouth bass, rainbow trout and brown trout in Pickering Creek. Easy access to the Pennsylvania Turnpike slip ramp at Rt 29, the Great Valley Corporate Office Parks, Rt 202, wonderful downtown Phoenixville and the charming village of Kimberton. Listing agent must accompany all showings. Please do not access the property without an appointment.
This property is one of 3 available lots. This lot consists of a 10,200 sq ft home on 3 1/4 acres. Property is in need to total renovation. Once renovation is completed home will be worth $1,200,000.00. Very large home, great rooms, game room. Property has an extra 2500 sq ft farmhouse attached that can not be demolished but would be a perfect in-law suite or Au Pair suite once renovated. Excellent opportunity for a renovation and quick sale
Excellent location, nestled in an established community. Approved building lot for 3 townhomes, subject to recording of plans and developer's agreement. Buyer is responsible for EDU costs, any water hook up fees, tear down costs for existing house and any other fees related to the building and sale of the townhomes. The existing single house on the property is currently rented on a month to month basis. Phoenixville is a fabulous place to live. There's so much going on downtown and in the community: shopping, restaurants, a movie theater, library, parks, farmers market, coffee house and more. You're less than 15-20 minutes from King of Prussia Mall, The Philadelphia Outlets and the Providence Towne Center. Easy access to Rts 422,29,202 and most major arteries.
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