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    • 8 BARR RD BERWYN, PA 8 BARR RD, BERWYN, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $4,495,000 Price reduced from $4,695,000 (-$200,000)
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    • 1000 BRANDYWINE CREEK RD WEST BRANDYWINE, PA 1000 BRANDYWINE CREEK RD, WEST BRANDYWINE, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $3,475,000 
    • 2405 WHITE HORSE RD BERWYN, PA 2405 WHITE HORSE RD, BERWYN, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $3,350,000 
    • 15 WELWYN RD WAYNE, PA 15 WELWYN RD, WAYNE, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $2,695,000 
    • 114 MASONS WAY NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA 114 MASONS WAY, NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $2,650,000 
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    • 1329 SYCAMORE MILLS RD GLEN MILLS, PA 1329 SYCAMORE MILLS RD, GLEN MILLS, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $2,099,999 
    • 1329 SYCAMORE MILLS RD GLEN MILLS, PA 1329 SYCAMORE MILLS RD, GLEN MILLS, PA Lot/Land for sale. $2,099,999 
    • 11 WELWYN RD WAYNE, PA 11 WELWYN RD, WAYNE, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $2,099,000 
    • 45 DREAM VALLEY DR NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA 45 DREAM VALLEY DR, NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $1,899,000 
    • 1081 BARON DR BRYN MAWR, PA 1081 BARON DR, BRYN MAWR, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $1,849,000 
    • 141 BROOKE FARM RD WAYNE, PA 141 BROOKE FARM RD, WAYNE, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $1,770,500 Price reduced from $1,775,500 (-$5,000)
    • 4109 GOSHEN RD NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA 4109 GOSHEN RD, NEWTOWN SQUARE, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $1,699,900 
    • 2031 DIAMOND ROCK HILL RD #4 LOTS MALVERN, PA 2031 DIAMOND ROCK HILL RD #4 LOTS, MALVERN, PA Lot/Land for sale. $1,595,000 
    • 2031 DIAMOND ROCK HILL RD MALVERN, PA 2031 DIAMOND ROCK HILL RD, MALVERN, PA Single Family | Detached for sale. $1,595,000 
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    Here is a list of properties that we have sold. 

    1995 W MONTGOMERY AVE, VILLANOVA, PA Lot/Land sold.
    -- Bd / -- Ba
    Listing #: 6989229
    Represented: Seller
    7524 DORCAS ST, PHILADELPHIA, PA Single Family | Semi-Detached sold.
    Single Family | Semi-Detached
    3 Bd / 1/1 Ba
    1060 sqft,  1 Stories
    Listing #: 7123077
    Represented: Seller
    62 JAMES RD, BROOMALL, PA Single Family | Detached sold.
    Single Family | Detached
    3 Bd / 1/1 Ba
    1504 sqft,  1 Stories
    Listing #: 7015689
    Represented: Seller
    2047 SNYDER AVE, PHILADELPHIA, PA Condo/Townhome | Townhouse/Row sold.
    Condo/Townhome | Townhouse/Row
    4 Bd / 1/1 Ba
    1206 sqft,  2 Stories
    Listing #: 6911918
    Represented: Seller
    1785 FAIRVIEW RD, GLENMOORE, PA Single Family | Detached sold.
    Single Family | Detached
    1 Bd / 1/0 Ba
    2 Stories
    Listing #: 6967334
    Represented: Seller
  • Daily Real Estate Tips

    • 5 Health Tips for Your Feline Friend

      (Family Features)--It's always a good time to pay attention to your family's health and happiness, and that includes your feline friends, too. Regular exercise and wholesome nutritional choices can help ensure your cat is happy and healthy all year long.

      These five tips can help keep your cat purring for years to come.  

      1. Create a Space for Your Cat. As most cat owners know, cats have energy they need to exert throughout the day. Create a space specifically for your cat that includes a cat tree and toys, which allows them to climb around, expel extra energy or even take a catnap.

      2. Provide Healthy and Tasty Meals. Nutrition is a major player in the overall health and happiness of cats. They’re natural carnivores and need the proper amount of protein in their diets. Providing your cat a diet with high-quality, animal-sourced protein can help them maintain healthy vitality and fuel their carnivorous spirit.

      3. Find the Perfect Toys. Cats are curious creatures and love being on the prowl. Make sure you have a variety of toys on-hand for your cat to play with, including laser pointers, stuffed mice and feather wands. These items will not only keep them busy, but they offer a great form of exercise to keep them active.

      4. Give Them Some Love. Spending quality time with your furry friend can be as easy as allowing them to curl up with you on the couch at the end of a long day. Show some love by treating them to a nightly brushing, which can help maintain coat health and shininess.

      5. Visit the Vet. One of the easiest and often overlooked tips for maintaining your feline friend's health is taking them to the veterinarian at least once a year rather than simply waiting for signs of illness. Scheduling yearly check-ups can help identify any problems that may go unnoticed.

      Source: Family Features,

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    • Mother's Day Gifts for Every Mom

      (Family Features)-- From every skinned-up knee when you were small to nearly every celebration throughout life, she’s always there. Mothers are consistently there cheering you on and supporting you. Mothers are strong, fearless and kind, and Mother's Day is your day to give back to them for all they've done and show them how much those moments mean to you.

      This year, make her day special by choosing a gift that’s not only functional, but also charming. Use this gift guide to help find a Mother's Day gift she can love and cherish for years to come.

      For Her Bookworm Side. Celebrate Mother's Day with the No. 1 New York Times' best-seller, "The Woman In The Window" by A.J. Finn, hailed as the next "The Girl on the Train." With more than 1 million copies sold worldwide, readers can enjoy this twisty, powerful novel of psychological suspense that’s soon to be a major motion picture from Fox 2000.

      Something Soft for Her. Give mom a warm and snuggly gift she can use all day, every day. No matter if she’s watching her favorite show or tucked in for a nice weekend nap, a soft and luscious blanket is the perfect companion. With various styles and sizes available, there's almost certain to be an option to fit your mom's lifestyle.

      Add to Her Style. Nearly every woman needs a good, solid purse to hold all her belongings and show off her personality, too. From makeup to money, the kids' snacks and her keys, a stylish purse can hold it all while also allowing her to express herself. For Mother's Day, give her something that not only helps her day after day, but gives her the satisfaction of style.

      For Her Inner Chef. For every mom that loves to cook, and every mom who doesn't, a pressure cooker can be the perfect gift. Throw your favorite ingredients, like spicy chicken or savory pork, into the pressure cooker and let it work its magic. Set the timer to the correct time, give it a few stirs throughout, and you're done. She can get creative with what to make and have dinner on the table quickly with minimal prep time.

      For Her to Relax. Almost nothing beats the few minutes moms get to relax during the day. This Mother's Day, give your mom something that can help her find her inner zen like a diffuser, which can help her escape to her own oasis. With quiet, portable options that feature adjustable lighting, this gift can leave a fresh garden mist in any room.

      Source: Family Features

      Published with permission from RISMedia.

    • Adult Summer Camps to Wake Your Inner Child

      Millions of kids head off to summer camp each year for a few weeks of fun and recreation. But why should we limit the experience to kids?

      Funny you should ask. Adult summer camps are becoming increasingly popular for adults who want to relive their own summer camp experiences, or who never got to attend in their youth, as well as for those who simply crave someplace where they can unwind, unplug and/or learn something new and exciting.

      Check out your favorites from among these, or check your church, temple or human resources office for more ideas:

      Camp Grounded. Located in Anderson Valley, Calif., this old-fashioned fun spot for adults features talent shows, archery, dance classes, the opportunity to learn survival skills, stargazing and more of the activities you loved as a kid.

      CIA Boot Camp. No, it’ not the CIA. It’s the Culinary Institute of America, which offers camp settings in California, Texas and New York to teach you basic culinary skills and beyond.

      Wanderlust festivals. Available in several locations nationwide, these camps provide yoga instruction with some of the most talented yoga instructors around the country. You will also enjoy inspiring motivational talks during the day, and chakra-spinning musical events in the evening.

      Adult band camp. Located in Interlochen, Mich., this musical camp lets you work together with other adult musicians as you practice and perfect a piece to perform at Michigan’s Corson Auditorium.

      Ace camps. Follow your inner interests at these retreats located all over the world that allow you to go on sightseeing adventures, learn different cultures, and pick up a few skills along the way. Learn to master the art of food styling or food photography, or become an authentic artist, as just a few examples.

      Yellowstone Under Canvas. In West Yellowstone, Mont., you can settle into the  experience of the outdoors as you live in a tent. Embrace the fun of kayaking, fly-fishing, horseback riding and even zip-lining.

      Space camp. Located in Huntsville, Ala., this two-night adult space camp lets you role-play in space missions and train in actual astronaut simulators.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.

    • Engage at Every Age

      (Family Features)--You’re never too old (or young) to take part in activities that enrich your physical, mental and emotional well-being. No matter your age, there’s no better time than now to start.

      To help do just that, consider these tips from the Administration for Community Living:

      Be Well
      If you don't usually exercise, choose a low-impact activity that you can do a little at a time. Walk for 10 minutes in the morning, sign up for a tai chi class or learn gentle stretches, for example. Remember, it’s wise to consult a health care provider before beginning an exercise routine.

      Exercising is less of a chore when you do it with people you enjoy. Gather a group of friends or join a class. Some senior and community centers even offer free or low-cost options.

      Good nutrition is vital. Keep an honest record of what you eat. If you have a condition like diabetes, consult your doctor before changing your diet. Nutritionists can be excellent resources, whether you have special dietary needs or not.

      Eating healthy foods and staying active may reduce physical health risks, and you can also exercise your mind by reading, playing games, taking a class or simply being social.

      Reinvent Yourself
      Second or even third careers can be personally and financially rewarding. Determine whether you have the skills needed for something new. If not, seek out classes or training, and remember to ask whether financial assistance is available.

      Express yourself through the arts. Learn to paint or draw, dust off those dancing shoes, take an acting class or finally write that novel. As a bonus, studies show the arts can improve brain health.

      Keep expanding your knowledge by learning a new language or taking a computer class. Or, if you're more of an adventurous type, maybe you've always wanted to travel and discover other cultures.

      Give Back
      Consider using your experience to serve others.
      Volunteers meet a range of community needs, from mentoring at-risk youth and providing job training to helping families recover from disasters. Find opportunities by visiting local organizations or charities.

      Pick service activities that match your skills and interests. If you’re handy, assisting with a nonprofit housing organization may be most rewarding. If you enjoy working with kids, contact a local school to talk about ways you can help.

      If you want to help others more informally, consider helpful tasks like driving neighbors to appointments, babysitting for working parents or tutoring kids in your neighborhood. If you’re a member of a spiritual community or club, ask if there are outreach programs that need assistance.

      Increasing your well-being—physically, mentally and emotionally—can be made simpler by finding activities that fit your personality and interests. 

      Source: Administration for Community Living

      Published with permission from RISMedia.

    • Smart Party Ideas to Make the Most of Spring and Summer

      Gardens are beginning to bloom, as are myriad parks and botanical gardens around the country. Enjoy the color of spring and summer with parties your friends and family will remember.

      Afternoon garden party. Make this a casual lunch date for a few close friends, a chance to relax before the kids get home from school. Deck an outdoor table with flowers from your garden and colorful, perhaps disposable, tableware. Provide a simple main dish—a quiche baked from frozen or homemade, or sandwiches and a green salad, with seasonal fresh berries and whipped topping for dessert. Add iced tea or coffee and lively conversation to help welcome spring with panache.

      Family picnic. With theme parks, kid sports and obligations beckoning, the old-fashioned picnic seems to be fading from memory. Bring it back on a Sunday afternoon at a local park. Spread a blanket under a tree and anchor it with a picnic basket filled with traditional favorites: fried chicken or family-favorite sandwiches, hard boiled eggs, cut carrots and celery, fruit, cookies and lemonade. Bring the Frisbees and hula hoops and/or other play gear and some books and/or board games to inspire a welcome bit of quiet time.

      Ice cream float party. Provide the root beer and vanilla ice cream and let the your kids and a few friends put together their root beer floats. Add some badminton, horseshoes, or a lawn bowling set, and enjoy an afternoon of fun. If you have a swimming pool, make ice cream floats the highlight of a summer pool party.

      Wedding prep party. If you’re the mom of the bride or the maid of honor, bring the wedding party ladies together in your blooming backyard for an afternoon of wedding preparation. Make table décor and/or place cards, put wedding favors together, or create a tribute to the bride and groom with photos from childhood to the present. Most of all, create memories for yourselves on a sunny spring afternoon. Iced tea and cookies may be all that’s needed for this fun, chatter-filled gathering.

      Published with permission from RISMedia.