These Bucks County Towns Have Some of the Most Expensive Homes in Pennsylvania

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The county currently has only 557 active listings, compared to 769 last July and a five-year average of 964.

Bucks County is home to a few areas that have some of the most expensive homes in the entire state of Pennsylvania. Staff writers at Stacker wrote about the areas.

Each of the towns were listed based on that area’s typical home value, one-year price change, and five-year price change.

Devon made the top of the list, with a typical home value of $867,332, a one-year price change of +7.7%, and a five-year price change of +41.4%.

“Although home prices have inflated all across the U.S., there are some cities that command a higher price tag than others,” organizers of the list wrote. “Location, size, age, and condition are all contributing factors to home value.”

The Bucks County townships and boroughs made the list are:

4) New Hope

  • Typical home value: $806,558

11) Furlong

  • Typical home value: $666,711

12) Richboro

– Typical home value: $632,595

17) Churchville

– Typical home value: $612,688

26) Yardley

– Typical home value: $547,429

28) Chalfont

– Typical home value: $538,298

29) Ivyland

– Typical home value: $524,694

The last area on the list was:

30) Langhorne

– Typical home value: $524,252

Learn more about these areas and more at Stacker.


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