Londonderry Township, Chester County, PA

Arcadia Land Company, in partnership with Cornerstone Communities, developed New Daleville, a traditional neighborhood development (TND) of 125 single-family homes and commercial space.

Surrounded by the horse farms and conservation lands of the famed King Farm, New Daleville is a charming walkable village inspired by the hamlets and villages of Chester County. With a 3.7 mile network of walking trails and sidewalks, and 52 acres of open space including pocket parks, a tot lot and picnic grove, New Daleville is a place where residents can leave behind their cars for exercise or convenience. New Daleville has strict architectural guidelines to promote classic regional styles and to preserve property values over time. Deep front porches, recessed garages, and a prohibition on “cookie cutter” house design ensure that New Daleville is among the most attractive new neighborhoods in Chester County.

New Daleville was the subject of Witold Rybczynski’s 2007 book Last Harvest: How a Cornfield Became New Daleville.

Developer: Daleville Associates, LP, a joint venture of Arcadia Land Company and Cornerstone Communities.

Builder: Ryan Homes

Status: Complete

Location: Northwest corner of the intersection of Routes 796 and 926.