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  • Established by the Quakers, West Chester was once known as Turk's Head, named after a nearby Inn. The borough is situated in Southeastern Pennsylvania and houses the broadly acclaimed QVC home shopping headquarters. Columnist Dave Barry, musician Matisyahu and stuntmen including Ryan Dunn, Bam Margera and the CKY Crew are among those that call West Chester home. The film Marley and Me and antic-laden television show Viva La Bam were filmed in town.

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Top 5 Reasons to Live In West Chester, PA

  • Budget-friendly homes full of value! Look for rent to own houses in the Birmingham and Seal community and you'll find large single-family abodes with median values of $542,850 and average monthly rental costs of $1,290, a bargain if you consider the worth of these properties. Proximity to Radley Run Country Club and the Brandywine Battlefield, which hosts re-enactments throughout the year, add to the areas allure.
  • Incredible Lunch Options! The area is home to phenomenal eats. Sandwiches served piping hot at Capriotti's are among the local favorites; make sure to try their signature Bobby, a thanksgiving inspired pick that's sure to please. Carlino's Specialty Foods is another delectable choice for the lunch hour. Fresh deli sandwiches, pasta, sides and a bakery case round out the perfect meal. For something aside from hoagies, try New Haven Style Pizza for a cold brew and homestyle fare to satisfy even the most ample hunger pangs.
  • Historic Facades! In Borough Center, you'll find single-family homes that were built before 1940. With median home values of $250,364, these antiquated properties add charm to the neighborhood and character to each block while affording proximity to the Iron Hill Brewery and Restaurant as well as Hoopes Park and West Chester Country Club.
  • Learn something new! Whether indulging in dance lessons at Valerie's Dance Studio, sipping regional wine at Kreutz Creek Winery, or slowly relaxing into down dog at Eat.Drink.Om Yoga Cafe, residents in West Chester have plenty of extracurricular activity to choose from.
  • Sustainable Fare! Eating locally-grown is a simple task living in the borough. Purchase produce, organic meat, flowers and baked goods at West Chester Growers Market each Saturday while the weather permits. Visit Highland Orchards and pick your own strawberries, peaches, pumpkins and apples. The orchard also boasts fresh apple cider and doughnuts for those crisp fall afternoons. Make a day of it and walk the grounds or try to traverse the hay bale maze.