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ArcelorMittal donates 2 buildings to Coatesville’s steel museum

COATESVILLE >> A dream more than 20 years in the making is becoming reality for operators of the National Iron & Steel Heritage Museum and the Lukens Historic District. The organization Monday announced it completed the acquisition of two historic mill buildings, which it received as a gift from ArcelorMittal, current owner of sprawling steel […]


Coatesville school district members help families in need during Thanksgiving

COATESVILLE >> Members from the Coatesville Area School District gave back to students and their families in need as a way of expressing their thankfulness for the students. Coatesville school board members, administrators and staff spent a portion of the day before Thanksgiving visiting school families as part of a new “Thanks-visiting” tradition. For the […]


Coatesville Real Estate

Number of Sales – ↑UP 8.9%, 2014- 497   2015-541

Sales Volume – ↑UP 13.2%, 2014- $95,285,301   2015- $107,897,559

Average Sales Price – ↑UP 4%, 2014- $191,721   2015- $199,441

Average Property Marketing Period – ↓DOWN 2%, 2014- 100 days   2015- 98 days


Coatesville Realtors

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Coatesville History

Coatesville’s location along the Brandywine River in the midst of the Chester Valley stimulated its growth and prosperity. The first settlement was an Indian village which had grown as a trading center and as a market for the fur trapping industry. Records indicate land holdings as early as 1714 by William Fleming, a native of Greenock, Scotland. Another early resident was Peter Bazillion, Indian fur trader and merchant, whose accomplishments were recognized with a market place on Oak Street by the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission.

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For current information about Coatesville, please visit the city’s website: Coatesville City.


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Coatesville Places of Interest

The National Iron and Steel Heritage Museum

Hibernia County Park

Stargazers Vineyard

Proletariat Brewing Company


Coatesville Parks and Recreation

Coatesville City Parks

  • Victor Abdala, Sr. Park Victor Abdala Sr Park is a 3.1 acre park that features softball and football fields and a playground.
  • Chester Ash Memorial Park Chester Ash Memorial Park is a 9.3 acre park that features a community pool, tennis and basketball courts, baseball field, roller hockey rink, playground and picnic area.
  • Friendship Garden Park Friendship Garden Park is a 1.76 acre park featuring a playground and picnic area.
  • Gateway Park Gateway Park is a 1.1 acre park featuring open space used for community events.
  • Jeanne Treadwell James Memorial Park Jeanne Treadwell James Memorial Park is a 1/2 acre park that features a basketball court, playground and picnic area.
  • Paul Palmer Park Paul Palmer park is a 1.1 acre park that features a community swimming pool, playground and picnic area.
  • Earl Q. Patton Park Earl Q Patton Park is a 3.2 acre park that features a softball field and playground.
  • Valley View Park Valley View Park is a 5 acre neighborhood park that features basketball courts, playground and picnic area.

Valley Township Parks

Caln Township Parks

East Fallowfield Park


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