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Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Real Estate Information
The real estate market in Montgomery County has a wide variety of lifestyles. There is affordable housing in each community within the area, as well as modest living, country living, and luxury living.
The homes for sale in Montgomery County vary widely, because of the land available and how the communities have evolved here. There are vibrant small town communities here with more than 20,000 residents, like Norristown and Pottstown, but with so much surrounding land, there’s also plenty of country homes for sale in Montgomery County.
The country homes for sale here in Montgomery County can offer a generous, fenced in yard, as well as multiple acres of land. Affordable homes for $250,000 as well as multi million luxury estates with six or more bedrooms are listed here. Even many suburb styler neighborhoods can be found in the country, with private yards facing the vast landscape while having quiet residential roads and neighbors nearby.
One of the many great things about living in Montgomery County is if you live in the country, you'll be near a vibrant community with plenty to do. If you live inside these townships, munipiaties, or boroughs, the country is just a short trip away. Inside these neighborhoods are mostly single family detached homes for sale in several architectural styles, from Tudor, to colonial, to ranch, and many more. Condos and Townhouses are also popular options for home buyers in Montgomery County.
Explore the Area of Montgomery County
As are other counties in the area, like Bucks County, Montgomery County is made up of several municipalities, boroughs, townships, census designated places, and unincorporated communities. With close to 850,000 residents, Montgomery County is the third largest county in Pennsylvania.
Montgomery County, which covers about 490 square miles, has roughly 50 of these smaller communities that can range anywhere in size, from less than a thousand people, to more than 50,000.
Parts of Montgomery County fall into the Delaware Valley, a cultural and economic hub, and part of the metropolitan area of Philadelphia. Montgomery County is consistently ranked as one of the wealthiest counties in the country.
Other areas that surround Montgomery County, like the adjacent Bucks County, Philadelphia, or nearby states of New Jersey and New York, are easily accessed by the many highways in Montgomery County. The I-76, Penna Turnpike, and US 1 are just a few major roads that connect the people here to other areas. Small town living is easy out here.
There are plenty of employment opportunities all over Montgomery County, but knowing a major city like Philadelphia is so close to commute is even more reason to consider living here. There’s also the incredible schools in Montgomery County, and educational opportunities close by Philadelphia as well.
In the Montgomery County area, there’s over 30 major employers, 30 school districts, and 30 post secondary schools.
Browse Montgomery County Information
- East Greenville
- East Norriton
- Green Lane
- Lower Frederick
- Lower Gwynedd
- Lower Merion
- New Hanover
- North Wales
- Upper Dublin
- Upper Frederick
- Lower Moreland
- Lower Pottsgrove
- Lower Providence
- Lower Salford
- Upper Gwynedd
- Upper Hanover
- New Hanover
- Upper Merion
- Upper Moreland
- Upper Pottsgrove
- Upper Providence
- Upper Salford
- West Conshohocken
- West Norriton
- West Pottsgrove
Montgomery County School District Information
- Abington School District
- Boyertown School District
- Cheltenham School District
- Colonial School District
- Hatboro-Horsham School District
- Jenkintown School District
- Lower Merion School District
- Lower Moreland School District
- Methacton School District
- North Penn School District
- Perkiomen Valley School District
- Pottsgrove School District
- Pottstown School District
- Souderton Area School District
- Springfield Township School District
- Spring-Ford Area School District
- Upper Dublin School District
- Upper Merion Area School District
- Upper Moreland Township School District
- Upper Perkiomen School District
- Wissahickon School District