The median home value in Kennett Square, PA is $511,890.
the county median home value of $360,000.
The national median home value is $277,796.
The average price of homes sold in Kennett Square, PA is $511,890.
Approximately 53% of Kennett Square homes are owned,
compared to 43% rented, while
4% are vacant.
Kennett Square real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
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In March 2008, the current owners bought "Folly Hill Winery" and then proceeded to close the business in order to build a state-of-the-art winery and vineyard over the next 4 years. With the extensive expert assistance from internationally renowned consultants Lucy Morton viticulture consultant and John Levenberg winery/winemaker consultant, the world class winemaking property was conceived and built. The âRed Lion Vineyardâ initially had 4 acres that had been planted over 10 years prior with 50% Chardonnay and 50% Cabernet Sauvignon. After two years of significant efforts and cost, the tough decision was made in 2010 to replace all the Cabernet Sauvignon with 6 different clones of Chardonnay. Today, these vines produce award winning ânakedâ unoaked chardonnay, oaked reserve chardonnay, and MÃ©thode champenoise chardonnay. The current state-of-the-art winery was designed by John Levenberg in collaboration with Vinquip of South Africa, who had built major and boutique wineries in South Africa, Europe, South America and US, with blanketed temperature controlled stainless steel fermentation tanks, catwalk, and gravity flow piping to fill the French oak barrels below in the temperature-controlled barrel room. In addition, the design incorporated newly constructed crush pad, bottling room, wine laboratory, and sparkling wine âcaveâ. The winery currently produces on average 2500 cases per year but can produce up to 4000+ cases annually. The customer facing areas were designed with much thought and design. The external plantings were designed by Michael Petrie, a Philadelphia award winning garden designer. The two stunning artsy rustic tasting rooms were designed by artist founder Lele Galer. To accommodate the large number of patrons, two external decks were also built. This award-winning vineyard and winery have won over 150 awards, including prestigious international blind tasting competitions, such as Gold Medals in the San Francisco Chronical Competition. The winery currently has over 70 Wine Club members and many loyal customers from Chester County, Delaware County, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Maryland. There is an internationally acclaimed Airbnb separate 1 bedroom apartment on the property that has been written up in national and international magazines, built from a building that was formerly an icehouse and then a garage, overlooking the vineyard. In recognition of the historical significance of the property- a historical placard from the Chester County Historical Society marks the site for its importance leading up to the Battle of the Brandywine. In addition, the current owners discovered that British General Howe used the original house as an office following his victory at the Battle of the Brandywine and his Hessian troops camped at the current site of the Red Lion Vineyard. For many decades later the site was a hunting lodge and a famous regular visitor was Babe Ruth, in his journeys to and from Baltimore to New York city.
The Grist Mill know as Clifton Mills, south of Kennett Square, began in 1770 and remained in continuous operation until the 1930's. Presently being operated as Clifton Mills Antique Shop that consist of 4 floors and 7,740 square feet. Included in the square footage is a separate living area of 700 s.f. that consist of a kitchen, bedroom, sitting area, full bath and office. The antique business is not included in the sale of this property. The building has a flexible floor plan that is perfect for owner operator with the possible capability to lease other areas to separate tenants. Property next door (158 Old Kennett Road) is also available for sale on mls PACT 527418
Current rents would cover mortgage , taxes and insurance and still provide an income. House is rented and large garage is rented to a tire business. Want to have your business where you live? Always wanted a bed and breakfast? Or perfect opportunity for an investor who wants steady income. Can be used as a residence with a home occupation. Allowable uses by right: Residence w/ accessory use. Bed & breakfast, office building, day care facility, restaurant. Lovely home with large rooms can be used as residence or office building and possibly apartments. Very nice yard with paver patio. Property has been used for automobile and landscaping businesses for a long time. In the immediate vicinity of 3 shopping centers, Giant Food , 3 banks, Taco Bell, McDonald's, Dunkin', Advance Auto, Ollies, Sherwin Williams and more.
13,212 sf building includes multiple spaces. Space 1: Auto-related facility which features retail parts store space, garage and ample outdoor storage space. Space 2: General Retail space. Conveniently located with the borough of Kennett Square. Zoned C-2. Includes PA Parcel #03-03-0163 and #03-03-0162. Built in 1948. The Borough of Kennett Square draws visitor from all over, creating more opportunity for business owners. The town's population has an average household income more than $20,000 above the national average. There is assistance offered by Kennett Borough in all facets of opening a business here, such as ensuring compliance with any applicable building codes, offering businesses cooperative advertising and marketing opportunities. The Borough also provides business owners support and networking resources such as Southern Chester County Chamber of Commerce, the Historic Kennett Square organization, and the offices of the Borough of Kennett Square. Just a mile off the US-1 interchange.