- Current Prices:$287,500 to $622,000
- Closed Prices:$170,000 to $840,000
- Median Sale Price:$370,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$229
- Association Fee Ranges:$185 to $1065.32/mo,$0
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1890 to 2020
- Sq. Ft.:800 to 4,200Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:1 to 7Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 6Bathrooms
Homes for Sale
Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.
Where to Live
Homes near Baltimore Avenue offer great access to the trolley as well as the street’s retailers, pharmacies, salons, churches, and grocery stores. Residents on the south end of the neighborhood will be closer to Kingsessing Rec Center, a popular park with basketball and tennis courts, a pool, baseball fields, and a library.
Homes in Cedar Park are fairly affordable considering the neighborhood’s pleasant atmosphere and proximity to Center City. Buyers can get quite a lot of space for a fraction of what sellers ask in other neighborhoods. If you have a large family, you can do well here. Renovated Victorians can require a larger budget, but even these beautiful homes are in reach for many.
Where to Eat
Cedar Park has an eclectic selection of restaurants. Vietnamese, Indian, Laotian, Mediterranean, Jamaican, and Ethiopean cuisine can all be enjoyed in the area. You’ll have your choices of cafes, delis, late-night comforts, small plates, and then some. Check out Dahlak for Eritrian specialties.
What You'll See
Cedar Park’s colorful, Victorian homes set it apart from other Philly neighborhoods. The tallest structures you’ll see in the area are the formidable spires rising from the local churches. Residents of this former streetcar suburb still take the trolley to jobs downtown and at the nearby University of Pennsylvania. A multicultural energy also defines Cedar Park, evidenced in the eclectic shops and restaurants along Baltimore Avenue.
Friday Night Fun
Kick off the weekend on Baltimore Avenue, where you can sample seasonal drafts at a brewpub or catch some live entertainment at Dahlak while enjoying wine and doro wat. Many of Cedar Park’s best restaurants have full bars to serve the area’s nightlife.
The Perfect Sunday
If brunch is your thing, Cedar Park Cafe has you covered with chicken and waffles and other comforting classics. Cedar Park’s namesake park, located at Baltimore Avenue and 50th Street, is a small yet pleasant greenspace with a nice playground. Just east of the neighborhood, Clark Park offers a lot more space and hosts free productions of Shakespeare, chess matches, and other events.
The trolley runs along Baltimore Avenue, providing rides to the University of Pennsylvania and Center City, while SEPTA buses traverse the numbered streets. Cedar Park is quite walkable and very bike-friendly, with several markets and shops in the area. Despite occasionally heavy traffic, drivers can reach major roadways fairly easily, and parking generally isn’t hard to find.
Colorful homes and buildings • Great parks • Quiet area.
Locals Don't Love
Few shopping options • Heavy traffic • Lack of nightlife.
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