All Roads Lead to Upper Gwynedd

Finding a home in Upper Gwynedd is an easy affair according to

Getting to Upper Gwynedd is an easy affair for anyone looking for a home in the neighborhood as this Montgomery Township has great road access and SEPTA’s Doylestown Line also has a stop nearby, writes Alan J. Heavens for

Another draw to the area is the obvious dedication of the township to preserve and support the 240-acre Gwynedd Wildlife Preserve. This offers residents a diverse variety of the beauties of nature right in their backyard including ponds, wetlands, wildflower meadows, forests and conifer plantations.

Upper Gwynedd is also in the North Penn School District, ranked 46 in the state and 1,526 nationwide.

The township currently has 35 active listing and according to Diane Williams, an agent with Weichert Realtors in Blue Bell. The listings range from a condo flat for $109,900, to a higher end 4.5-acre estate priced at $1,390,000.

In addition, The Preserve at Gwynedd a new construction from Better Living Homes is currently offering 19 townhouses as well as four single-family detached homes. The townhouses sell for $329,000 to $404,900, while the singles are being offered for $499,990.

“Property sales are averaging 17 a month, meaning that the price absorption rate is two months,” said Williams.

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