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Nick is extremely helpful, responsive and knowledgeable. I would certainly recommend him to anyone looking for an agent in the area. I am a first time home buyer in Berwyn and found Nick through his website which included videos and lots of information about what to expect. I chose to work with him  because he is very down to earth and we connected very quickly in the process. The first thing you will notice about Nick is how responsive he is. Whether it’s through email, text or calls, he answered me almost immediately any time I had a question. It made me feel like I was his only client even though that was not the case.CS




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In both selling and buying Tredyffrin Easttown real estate Communication is key, it is one of the top reasons our past clients compliment and refer Nick Vandekar to friends and family as their Tredyffrin Easttown Realtor

It was a pleasure working with Nick Vandekar! Moving to the Main Line  from out of state, Nick guided me through every step in the purchase of a new home. He made sure I was informed about neighborhoods, housing options, local utilities, etc. and informed me about the mortgage and settlement processes. He is experienced, thorough, and friendly. l greatly appreciated his honesty and relied on him during the homebuying process. His communication was outstanding. He is quick to respond to any questions or concerns I may have had (24/7!!!!!). I recommend Nick as a Tredyffrin Easttown Realtor to anyone looking to purchase, or sell Tredyffrin Easttown Real Estate.

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Tredyffrin Easttown


Where is Tredyffrin Easttown?

Located about 20 miles north west from the center of Philadelphia lies two townships in Chester County. Tredyffrin and Easttown Townships. These two townships have one combined school district referred to as Tredyffrin Easttown or T/E.

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Tredyffrin Township

Tredyfrrin Township was originally settled in the late 17th century. In the 2010 census it held a population of 29,332. It is 19.9square miles and is part of Chester County. A small part of Valley Forge National Historical Park sits in the township which has many historical links to the Revolutionary period. It has a very active historical society that works hard to protect old buildings and sites within the area. Towns and villages or parts of them lying in the township include Paoli, Berwyn, Devon, Malvern, Strafford and Wayne. The township is overseen by a seven member board of  Supervisors which traditionally has been Republican.

As the name implies Tredyffrin was part of the land set aside by William Penn for the Welsh to settle inValley Forge the latter part of the 17th century. The township was incorporated in 1707. Tre means town and dyffrin means wide cultivated valley and the township sits on the hillsides of the valley looking towards Valley Forge. As the township grew, with mills and farms, many churches were also built that still stand today throughout the township.

The 19th century saw the development of the township as the Main Line railway line was developed out to Paoli.

The township holds 2 libraries, one in Paoli and one on Upper Gulph Road.

The township makes up part of the Tredyffrin Easttown School District ranked on Niche as the #1 in the nation. Housing is varied with single family homes and townhouses, supplemented by condos and apartments to own and rent. There have been many planned communities in the township Chesterbrook probably being the most well known.

Easttown Township

Like Tredyffrin, Easttown Township is part of Chester County and was created in 1704. It is 8.2 square miles and is the other part of the Tredyffrin Easttown School District. The main areas of the township are in Paoli, Berwyn and Devon.

Originally settled by Welsh Quakers the township drew people of all nationalities, including Swiss, Dutch, French and Swedish families as well as English and Scots. It was mainly a farming community and its products were sent to Philadelphia. 

The area saw several actions during the American Revolution. But it was the railway that helped the area to grown and prosper. Berwyn and many other stations were given Welsh names to help promote the area as location for summer homes for Philadelphians to beat the summer heat. Devon was the site of the Devon Hotel and Polo grounds. But it was in the 1950's that the area was most changed with population increasing dramatically as farms were converted repeated again in the 1970's.

Housing is mainly single family homes or townhouses with little rental accommodation available although this may be changing with new development today.

Both townships have high demand for housing from buyers today. Whilst there has been little new construction for a long time, today we are seeing builders buying lots to supply the townships with modern townhomes and infilling where they are allowed. Many homes undergo renovation or extension and prices have remained strong throughout the townships.

Having relocated here ourselves 26 years ago from London, England we understand the draw of the area. So if you are looking for a Tredyffrin Easttown home contact us today to help you find the right one. We know both townships very well having lived in both over that time. We also have many listings that come on the market in both townships, so if you are considering selling your home please call us to consult on the best way to prepare your home for sale, and how to market it for sale successfully.

Do you need help pricing your home and marketing it so that it sells and does not just sit on the market? If so contact us today!

Price varies by neighborhood and many other factors, whilst you don't want to underprice, you do NOT want to overprice in this market either.Photo of a real estate sold sign

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I could not have been happier with Nick's service! Especially as we were coming from abroad and needed much more guidance than a local buyer. Nick went above and beyond to make sure we felt comfortable! I would recommend Nick and Trudy to anyone looking to buy a home in this area! 

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As Tredyffrin Easttown Realtors we work in the following towns, Tredyffrin Easttown, Lower MerionBryn MawrArdmore, GladwyneVillanovaRadnor, Wayne, Strafford, Devon, Berwyn, Paoli, FrazerMalvern, Charlestown, Chester SpringsWest ChesterExtonDowningtownPhoenixville, Audubon, Oaks, Collegeville, Royersford, BroomallNarberthNewtown Square, Media, Springfield, HaverfordHavertownWynnewood, Merion Station and many more. 

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