Montgomery County PA real estate
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Montgomery county is full of real estate options from farms to high rise, condos and townhouses, 5 bedroom colonial homes, multifamily duplexes and apartment buildings to commercial property.
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Montgomery County History
Montgomery County, the third most populated county in Pennsylvania with 795,000 residents, has its county seat in Norristown. It is bounded on the northwest by Berks and Lehigh Counties, on the southwest by Delaware and Chester, the southeast by Philadelphia, and the northeast by Bucks. Created in 1784 from part of Philadelphia County, Montgomery has played a major part in the history of the United States. Here, Washington’s army wintered at Valley Forge and Lafayette fought at Barren Hill. It was the birthplace of General Winfield Scott Hancock, General John F. Hartranft and General Henry “Hap” Arnold. Lucretia Mott, the abolitionist, and inventor David Ritttenhouse were residents. The King of Prussia Inn was host to George Washington when he was bivouacked at Whitemarsh, before his stay at Valley Forge.
Many of the residents of Montgomery County work in Philadelphia. There are also large business parks in King of Prussia, Blue Bell, Lansdale, Fort Washington and Horsham. Montgomery County provides thousands of jobs for local workers. A sampling of employers includes: Abington Memorial Hospital, Aetna, Jefferson Health System, Glaxo Smith-Kline, Lockheed Martin, Merck, Prudential and Unysis. Median family income is $72,000.
The county has a wealth of very fine public school districts like the Abington and Lower Merion districts. Private schools have located in Montgomery County since before the American Revolution. It is home to the Hill School, the Haverford School, Germantown Academy, Episcopal Academy and the Baldwin School, to name only a very few.
Colleges in Montgomery County are Arcadia University, Bryn Athyn College of the New Church , Bryn Mawr College, Rosemont College, Ursinus College, Tyler School of Art and many others.
Montgomery County Homes For Sale
Many areas of Montgomery County are very upscale. The average home price recently was $344,500. There were listings from $29,500 to $4,000,000. Proximity to Philadelphia, the King of Prussia and Plymouth Meeting Malls, the many cultural activities sponsored by the large number of educational institutions, the wealth of historic sites, and the good school systems, indicate that relocation to Montgomery County has exceptional advantages.
Montgomery county homes for sale are available in all of these towns:
King of Prussia,
Lower Pottsgrove Township,
Upper Merion Township,
Upper Moreland Township,
Upper Pottsgrove Township,