Berks County, Pennsylvania was originally settled by Swedes in 1701, followed by Germans, English, Welch, and French. Most of the county's eastern section was settled by people from the Philadelphia area. In 1752, Berks County was incorporated from parts of Lancaster, Chester, and Philadelphia Counties. According to the 2013 Census data, Berks County has a population of approximately 413,531.
Berks County is home to Kutztown University and the Sovereign Performing Arts Center. It’s tourist attractions include the Reading Railroad Heritage Museum, the Daniel Boone Homestead, the Appalachian Trail, the VF Outlet Center, and the Berks County Wine Trail.
According to Zillow's County Market Overview, the average home price in Berks County, Pennsylvania is $157,400. Homesale Realty is proud to bring you Berks County, Pennsylvania homes for sale!
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