The most & least expensive homes that sold in Delaware County in October were both bought with cash. Just like Chester & Montgomery Counties – see my blogs from Nov 3rd & 8th. It’s a similar scenario. The most expensive home was a house that sold for $1.7 million and the least expensive was a twin that sold for $7,000. Let’s take a look at the 2 homes:
Most Expensive Home: 253 Berwind Rd. Radnor, PA 19087 sold for $1,700,000 for cash on Oct 24th. The home is only 9 years old and has 6169 SF on an acre. It has a gorgeous pool with a pool house, 6 car garage and whole house generator. The gourmet kitchen is the center of the modern, open floor plan and has 5 bedrooms and 6 bathrooms.
Least Expensive Home: 34 E 23rd St, Chester, PA 19013 sold for $7,000 for cash on Oct 13th. The home had a fire and a lot was destroyed. It is a twin on .06 acres and the taxes are only $900 a year. It is 2024 SF and that means it sold for $3.46/SF – Crazy!
In all of Delaware County in the month of October 488 homes in total settled through real estate agents. The average sold price was $255,892. The average days on the market was 72 days. 282 were single family homes. 188 were twins or townhomes. 18 were condos. None were mobile homes. 32 were foreclosures (6.5% is very high). 11 were short sales. 6 were in 55 and over communities. 17 were new construction. 56 has pools (that includes if there is a community or above ground pool).