Spotlight on Skippack, PA

Spotlight on Skippack, PA

Skippack Township in Montgomery County has much to offer and is a great place to buy a home! Located about ten minutes from the PA Turnpike’s Lansdale exit, the township is home to Skippack Village—a quaint, small town whose walkable main street, restaurants, and boutiques make it a popular destination.

Although Skippack Township has many newer homes, historic homes can also be found, and parts of the township have retained their rural feel. Homes in Skippack Township are in the Perkiomen Valley School District and have either a Collegeville, Schwenksville, or Harleysville mailing address.

During the last four months, the average price of a single home in Skippack Township was $516,962. During the same period, the average price for attached housing (townhomes, twins, and condos) was $296,656.

Skippack residents looking for outdoor recreation can enjoy picnicking, fishing, and hiking in Evansburg State Park, which runs through part of the township. For a scenic ride, cyclists can take the Skippack Trail northwest and connect to the Perkiomen Trail, then head north toward Green Lane or south toward Oaks and the Schuylkill River Trail. Skippack is also close to the Spring Mountain ski trails.

Skippack Pike (Route 73) runs through the center of Skippack Village. Skippack is also close to Routes 113, 29, and 363 and is within commuting distance to pharmaceutical offices in Lansdale and Collegeville, as well as to businesses in King of Prussia and Blue Bell.

Housing price data from BrightMLS as of May 6, 2021.

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