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Chester County

Bucolic suburbs conveniently and centrally located with scenic backdrops

Welcome to Chester County

Chester County, colloquially known as “Chesco,” is a rustic treasure of a town center in the heart of Pennsylvania. This charming community is a visually stunning place lending itself to a serene aesthetic. Chester County comprises stretches of streets lined with towering trees and iconic bridges, lively squares, picturesque parks and gardens, and endless natural beauty. Humbly in touch with its historic past and one of the three original Pennsylvania counties created by William Penn, several significant sites — such as destinations linked to the Underground Railroad and the American Revolution — draw visitors from far and wide. Chester County is also home to several Pennsylvania academic institutions, including West Chester University of Pennsylvania and Lincoln University. There’s always something extraordinary to do, see, and experience in Chester County, whether it's the local beauty of a neighborhood garden, the gorgeous Colonial-style homes, or the breathtaking landscape across the area.

What to Love

  • Spacious homes and parks
  • Beautiful, breathtaking landscape
  • Slower, peaceful pace of life
  • Easy access to surrounding areas

People & Lifestyle

Partially situated atop the Main Line, Chester County is a convenient, central location ideal for the folks who often travel to surrounding areas or commute to work. An affordable and lovely place to live, Chester County attracts a variety of residents and ages, from retirees and families to young couples and working professionals. A primarily rural area, Chester County is fast-growing but still maintains its small-town spirit and groundedness. Many residents like to get outside at the parks with their loved ones or stroll through the famed Chester County gardens with their beloved pets. The area’s warmth, history, and contemporary shift make it a wonderful palace to grow up or live, no matter what chapter of life you're in.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Chester County has many cafes, restaurants, and shopping spots that make the area a fun and hospitable place. Worthington Town Center is a beautiful open-air shopping mall that meets every retail, dining, and entertainment need in one spot. The urban village features beautiful walkways, upscale stores, and gourmet plus fast-casual outdoor dining, making for a perfect day in the town. Limoncello is an excellent venue with patio seating and incredible Italian fare in an earthy dining room, amazing for family get-togethers. Talula’s Table is a famed gourmet cafe and restaurant serving farm-fresh plates by day and a swanky restaurant offering multicourse tastings by night. The rumors are true; it’s so popular (and tiny!) that you have to make reservations a year in advance! For a casual American meal, stop by Chadds Ford Tavern for some of the best pub grub in town.

Things to Do

There’s always something exciting to do in Chester County — especially if you’re looking forward to getting outside! Longwood Gardens has over 1,077 dazzling acres of botanical gardens, woodlands, and meadows with some of the best, most beautiful dancing fountains one could ever see. Hit the rolling hills of Marsh Creek State Park to experience the 535-acre Marsh Creek Lake atop 1,705 acres of parkland. During the summers, you can come down to the park to sail, kayak, and paddleboard. There’s plenty of ways Chester County brings the community together, especially when it comes to festivals. Kennett Square Mushroom Festival is a kitschy, one-of-a-kind two-day festival full of family activities, food, and fun. The Chester County Balloon Festival is a thrilling annual event. Take the family or a romantic partner up in the sky with a hot air balloon or hop in a helicopter for amazing, colorful views of Chester County.

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