Eagleview

A real walkable community in Chester County, PA

Eagleview is a fantastic place to live because its one of the few modern walkable communities in Chester County.

Living here is a lifestyle experience as it combines luxury with convinces. Aside from the Towne Center, you’re also minutes away from the PA Turnpike (I-76) and shops such as Target, Starbucks, Giant, and more. You’re down the road from both Downingtown, and Exton- which as of this writing is expecting a brand new Whole Foods Market.

As a “Live Work Play” community, Eagleview also has plenty of office and industrial space right around the corner. Small business and entrepreneurs are attracted to the furnished office spaces available to rent as the community really does have it all.

In under an hour you can be in either Philadelphia or Lancaster, whether you want a great night out, or a relaxing weekend in the country- you can have it either way.

Only 15 mins away is West Chester, PA which features some of the best dining in Chester County.

The only downside is the waiting lists for available properties. Be sure to contact Select SMART Realty if you don’t see any listings below. Being experts in the area we often have access to deals before they hit the market.

About

Eagleview is a census-designated place (CDP) in Uwchlan TownshipChester CountyPennsylvaniaUnited States. The population was 1,644 at the 2010 census.[1] Conceptually, It was created as “… an old fashion town where you can work, live, shop, see your elders, and care for the young all in the same place.”[2] According to a Landsat imagery, the shopping center represents a medium density development that generated 400 square feet more living space per acre per the source than lower density developments also shown in the same imagery.[3] Stevens, in his book on a study of how to make communities safer in new urban developments uses it as an example, along with Weatherstone, as sample data for comparing amount of green space for every acreage of development.[4] The community was listed in volume 6 of the New Urban News as an example of this new type of housing development.[5]

The shopping district inside the census designated place of the same name contains a mixed use community of stores, restaurants, and residential units with “walkable streets” and green spaces according to the official website.

Building in Eagleview

Timelapse video of a building going up in Eagleview (Exton, PA)


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