Housing As Diverse As Our Region

From beautifully restored homes on the National Register of Historic Places to contemporary town homes and country estates, Chester County offers a unique array of architecture styles. Revitalized streetscapes define our contemporary appeal, while master-planned communities gracefully unite neighborhoods with trails, parks, golf courses, and commercial space.

Median home values have soared 56% in the past seven years, surpassing growth in neighboring Aiken, Union and York counties. Despite, that, Chester County retains the second lowest median home values in the area, making homes very affordable at a median value of $93,600. Recent additions of upscale and master-planned communities further expand our real estate options. Here are just a few of the distinct communities across our county.

MontroseMontrose 6,246-acre, $2 billion master-planned community combining residential, commercial, recreational, and retail spaces, including 12,000-15,000 homes over the next 20 years
Lando VillageUpcoming community off SC Hwy 909, estimating 900 homes built on over 680 master-planned acres
Courtney on the Catawba382-acre, 350-home new community in Fort Lawn
Cherry Hills and Victorian HillsStately traditional and transitional Southern architecture