2 of Pennsylvania’s Most Expensive Homes Sold in 2020 Were in Delaware County

David Bjorkgren
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This Haverford home was among the 20 most expensive Pennsylvania homes sold in 2020.

Two Delaware County homes were among the 20 most expensive homes sold in Pennsylvania in 2020, as listed on Zillow, writes Daniel Urie for pennlive.com.

A house on Conestoga Road in Radnor Township made the list at No. 20.  It sold for $3.4 million on Oct. 20.

Typical homes in that 19087 Zip code sell at $588,031. This home is valued 478.2% higher.

The 10,700 square-foot home was built in 1929. It has six bedrooms and seven bathrooms.

 “Adding to the home’s exceptional flow, the stone terrace behind the house extends the interior living space and provides a transition between the house and garden, providing views of the sprawling lawn and tree-lined estate,”   writes Compass on Zillow.com.

A home on Tunbridge Road in Haverford came in 13th on the list. It sold for $3,695,000 on Sept. 8.

Typical homes at that 19041 Zip code go for $861,874. This home was valued 328.7% higher.

The 7,682-square-foot house was built in 1921. It has five bedrooms and four bathrooms.

Pennsylvania’s 20 most expensive homes also included nine from Montgomery County, three from Philadelphia County, three in Bucks County, one in Chester County and one in Lancaster County.

Read more about these high-end homes at pennlive.com.