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  • 909 Willow

    909 Willow

    An exciting new community is under way! Do not miss this opportunity to live in the great neighborhood of Wyndmoor, Montgomery County. 10 two bedroom condominiums are set above shops to create a walkable, friendly environment. This is a one-of-a-kind…

  • Wyndmoor


    Wyndmoor is a neighborhood in Springfield Township, Montgomery County. Bordering historic, vibrant Chestnut Hill, Wyndmoor is perfectly situated near a vast array of dining and shopping options, while being a close train or car ride to Center City. The homes here range…

  • Chestnut Hill

    Chestnut Hill

    Chestnut Hill is home to The Sivel Group and our office of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices, Fox & Roach Realtors. We love it! Chestnut Hill is a neighborhood in the Northwest section of Philadelphia and is one of the city’s most beautiful…

  • Glenside


    Glenside is located at about a 30-minute drive to downtown Philadelphia, 2 hours to New York City, 2 hours to the Pocono Mountains, and 1.5 hours to the Jersey shore. Glenside has easy access to many major US highways, such…

  • Wayne


    Wayne, PA is quintessential “All American,” town located in the heart of the Main Line.  Stroll the historic streets and you feel as though you stepped right into a Norman Rockwell Painting. Located on the Main Line in Delaware County, Wayne…

  • Villanova


    The center of the Pennsylvania Mainline is Villanova which sits in both Lower Merion Township, Montgomery County and Radnor Township, Delaware County. The town center contains the area’s post office, an office building, the Wilmington Trust Company‘s Pennsylvania headquarters, and several smaller shops. But, the most…

  • Ardmore


    Originally named “Athensville”, Ardmore is another Main Line town that outskirts Philadelphia and a suburb within Montgomery and Delaware County. It was renamed Ardmore in 1873 by the Pennsylvania Railroad and its motto is “The Main Street of the Main…

  • Merion Station

    Merion Station

    Merion Station is one of the towns that make up the Main Line and neighbor to the city of Philadelphia. Merion Station and locally named Merion and Merion Park share the same zip code. Locals commonly understand that Merion Station…

  • Bryn Mawr

    Bryn Mawr

    Bryn Mawr, rich with history, is the center point of the prominent Pennsylvania Main Line. Like many towns in Pennsylvania, Bryn Mawr was a part of the land charter given to William Penn by King Charles II. In 1683, Rowland…

  • Haverford


    Haverford is located on the Main Line about 10 miles west of Philadelphia situated in both Delaware and Montgomery Counties. Haverford College, a leading liberal arts undergraduate college known for its academic rigor, Honor Code, and beautiful arboretum campus can…

  • Haverford Reserve

    Haverford Reserve

    Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes. Brought to you by The Goldenberg Group and Guidi Homes, this community is the winner of 21 Design awards including Best Home Design & Best Community. Surrounded by 124 acres of woodlands and walking…

  • Springfield Township

    Springfield Township

    Springfield Township is a 6.16 square mile suburban community located along the Northwest border of the City of Philadelphia. Situated in the Southeastern part of Montgomery County, Springfield is surrounded by the Townships of Abington, Cheltenham, Upper Dublin and Whitemarsh,…

  • Flourtown


    Springfield Township was William Penn’s gift to his first wife, Gulielma Maria Springett Penn. “Gulielma Maria Penn’s Manor of Springfield” was first designated on a map in 1681 and this date is prominently displayed on the Township Seal. The first…

  • Erdenheim


    Erdenheim, which is German for “earthly home”, is a community in Springfield Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The primary commercial areas are located along the Bethlehem Pike. Erdenheim is home to the Chesney Downs development off of Bethlehem pike, one of…

  • Lower Gwynedd

    Lower Gwynedd

    Lower Gwynedd Township is a township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States. The township comprises four villages: Gwynedd, Gwynedd Valley, Penllyn, and Spring House. Gwynedd was founded in 1698 by Welsh Quakers. The township was then split into Lower Gwynedd and…

  • Lafayette Hill

    Lafayette Hill

    Lafayette Hill draws its name from the French General Marquis de Lafayette, who stayed there during the American Revolution. Known for its acres of rolling farmland, Lafayette Hill’s residencies and commercial offerings provide a true country-like setting with many parks…

  • Mount Airy

    Mount Airy

    Mount Airy is a neighborhood of Northwest Philadelphia in the state of Pennsylvania. The neighborhood has reasonable housing costs and safe streets.

  • Blue Bell

    Blue Bell

    Blue Bell is located in Whitpain Township in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Blue Bell was originally known as Pigeontown, after the large flocks of the now-extinct passenger pigeons that once gathered there. The town was renamed in 1840 after the historically…

  • Ambler


    Ambler is a borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, in the United States, approximately 16 miles north of Philadelphia. The borough was originally known as the Village of Wissahickon, named for the North Pennsylvania Railroad depot established there in the mid-1850s….

  • Fort Washington

    Fort Washington

    Fort Washington is a suburb of Philadelphia in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The primary center of business and industry in Upper Dublin Township is the Fort Washington Office Park. The park contains the offices of over 100 different companies, including Honeywell,…