Real Estate 2010: The Most Expensive Towns and Neighborhoods

Where you’ll find the priciest properties in the Philly region.

THE TOP 10
1. Newlin Twp. (Chester Co.)                $855,000
2. Haverford (Delaware Co.)               $770,000
3. Villanova (Montgomery Co.)            $750,000
4. Gladwyne (Montgomery Co.)            $727,500
5. Rose Valley     (Delaware Co.)            $644,000
6. East Nantmeal Twp. (Chester Co.)            $596,250
7. Pennsbury Twp. (Chester Co.)            $580,000
8. Upper Makefield (Bucks Co.)            $577,000
9. Solebury Twp. (Bucks Co.)            $560,000
10. Rittenhouse Square (Philadelphia)        $554,000

BUCKS COUNTY
1. Upper Makefield         $577,000
2. Solebury Twp.         $560,000
3. Newtown            $534,000
4. Wrightstown        $477,000
5. New Hope            $475,000

CHESTER COUNTY
1. Newlin Twp.         $855,000
2. East Nantmeal         $596,250
3. Pennsbury            $580,000
4. Pocopson            $522,000
5. Berwyn            $510,000

DELAWARE COUNTY
1. Haverford             $770,000
2. Rose Valley         $644,000
3. Radnor             $490,000
4. Thornbury Twp.        $460,000
5. Edgemont Twp.        $441,000

MONTGOMERY COUNTY
1. Villanova            $750,000
2. Gladwyne            $727,500
3. Bryn Mawr            $499,000
4. Merion Station        $472,000
5. Bryn Athyn            $430,000

BURLINGTON
1. Moorestown Twp.        $463,000
2. Chesterfield Twp.        $411,000
3. Shamong Twp.        $361,000
4. Springfield Twp.        $341,000
5. Medford Twp.        $309,750

CAMDEN
1. Haddonfield            $372,500
2. Gibbsboro            $362,000
3. Voorhees Twp.        $250,000
4. Cherry Hill Twp.        $245,000
5. Berlin            $231,000

GLOUCESTER
1. South Harrison Twp.    $353, 419
2. Harrison Twp.        $328,000
3. Woolwich Twp.        $305,500
4. East Greenwich Twp.    $272,375
5. Wenonah            $217,450

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