Average Price in Sweet Briar: $647,450 County Average: $495,496
Average Taxes in Sweet Briar: $7,257 County Average: $8,271
Average Cost Per Sqr Ft in Sweet Briar: $185 County Average: $191
Average Walkscore in Sweet Briar: 27 County Average: 48
Average Year Built in Sweet Briar: 1997 County Average: 1955
Average Days on Website in Sweet Briar: 40 County Average: 95
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Country living at it's finest. nestled back on 4.5 acres is an 9 year young custom built 4550 sq ft home...
this absolutely stunning home, in the desirable Sweet Briar community and award winning garnet valley school district, will wow you with every immaculate detail! curb appeal at it's finest, with paver walk-way, retention w...
Unexpected gem! this king of prussia bi-level with garage property is conveniently located minutes from world-class shopping and easy access for commuters, but nestled in a suburban montgomery county community with award winning school district...
Affordable, 2200 square foot custom home in the award winning garnet valley school district boasts of quality craftsmanship with much attention paid to detail...
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