The median home value in Romansville, PA is $511,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Romansville, PA is $511,000.
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This single family home is located in sought after West Bradford Township with access to award-winning Downingtown Schools including the STEM Academy. Get ready to view your new home! This one-acre property features 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 1 car attached garage, finished basement and an in-ground pool. This home was just remodeled and boasts a new kitchen, updated bathrooms, new multi-split air conditioner, updated flooring and fresh paint throughout. In addition, there are new bedroom doors with upgraded hardware, and upgraded baseboards and window/door trim. Enter the home through the foyer and you are greeted with laminate plank flooring that flows throughout the entire main level. The updated eat-in kitchen offers white cabinets, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. The first floor also offers a living room with a stone fireplace, a bay window, with a seamless transition to the dining room that is open to the kitchen. There is a main level full laundry room with access to the rear yard and a powder room. The second floor has new carpet throughout the level. The spacious master bedroom boasts a remodeled bathroom and a large walk-in closet. The additional three bedrooms have ample closet space with access to a 2nd full bathroom which was also remodeled with two sinks and a soaking tub/shower. The fully finished basement is a great space for an added entertainment area. To top off this amazing find in Downingtown, the backyard has a large in-ground pool which is perfect for entertaining. The pool area also includes a pool shed and surrounding PVC fencing. This home will not disappoint and is in a sought after area with access to Downingtown Schools. Schedule an appointment today, and make this home yours!
Peter Bohlinâs âGaffney Houseâ Plus attendant building which was Deborah Remingtonâs Chester County Painting Studio retreat & Gallery make for two homes on this property. Rolling farmland of Chester County is the setting for this Home with a pedigree and history that starts within the stone walls of a 300-year-old barn traversing the centuries, to the leading edge of the Post-Modern movement through the eyes of renowned architect of the present era, Peter Bohlin and his partners Powell, Larkin & Cyinski. Looking over 9.8 acres of valley views framed in a panorama of windows on the first floor and a two-story window extending up to the main bedroom on the second floor are a courtyard, meadow, trout stream & forest. The commanding view from the second-floor balcony, as though standing on the bridge of a ship, further embraces the interior architecture of the Living room in the foreground, through the glass of the home while the old stone walls of the courtyard connect to the seasonal changes of the valley. The Bohlin designed Gaffney House, has been recipient of the 1980 Silver Medal for Design Excellence, AIA Philadelphia, the 1981 AIA National Honor Award , Homes For Better Living , First Honor Award, AIA and House and Home Magazine- Honor Award for Design Excellence, PA Society of Architects- Citation for Excellence in Design AIA Philadelphia. The Farmhouse houses a working artist studio with office/gallery and full bath, plus a one bed room two story apartment with full bath and Kitchen on a separate entrance. The studio, (28' x 20'), was built in 1990 for, well known, abstract artist Deborah Remington, a descendant of Western artist Frederic Remington. Ms. Remington purchased the property in 1989 as a creative retreat from her busy New York City co-op. Her distinctive form of illusion and abstraction was in transition during the years that she assumed summer residence at the Gaffney house and worked in the studio studio from 1989-2010. During this period the mechanistic, didactic flavor of her earlier work was replaced with looser, more expressionistic and organic qualities. The current owner, also an artist, has carefully updated both buildings with deep respect for Bohlinâs design as well as a respect for the simple Farmhouse design adding a front porch to the house. She updated baths in both buildings, new kitchen in the Gaffney house, insulated windows and new mechanicals in both structures.