Our Neighborhoods

Blue Bell

Blue Bell

One of the most affluent areas outside of Philly’s Main Line. Many historic places in the area bestow Blue Bell with a very rich appeal and a grand historic presence.

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Lansdale

Lansdale

A downtown that is growing with dining, distilling, and live music venues, while the surrounding area is full of history, adventure and the arts. The Farmers Market has fresh-everything. An event-centric town.

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Ambler

Ambler

The definition of a highly-desirable town. Covering less than one square mile. Diminutive in size. Amazingly complete, brimming with shops, restaurants, bars and special events that keep the streets bustling all year long.

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Chestnut Hill

Chestnut Hill

Leafy streets lined with stately mansions. Northwest Philly - Germantown Avenue is dotted with antique shops, art galleries cafes, restaurants and farmers' markets. Philly’s ‘garden district’.

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North Wales

North Wales

At the intersection of Up-And-Coming. “Main Street America” is dotted with shops, eateries, and more. Great small-town feel, with front porch neighborhoods…and back yard barbeques.

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Plymouth Meeting

Plymouth Meeting

Straddling Plymouth and Whitemarsh townships. Smack-dab in the heart of Montco. At the intersection of I476 and PA Turnpike. Minutes to Conshy, Philly and many more.

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Flourtown

Flourtown

Awesome little town all its own. Mom and Pop shops, restaurants and indoor Farmer’s Market. Adjacent to the neighborhoods of Glenside, Oreland, Whitemarsh, and Chestnut Hill.

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Glenside

Glenside

From the quaint walkable Village of Keswick with its iconic Keswick Theater, to hiking and biking along Wissahickon Creek, this bustling suburb is brimming with lots to do and see.

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Skippack

Skippack

Shop. Dine. Discover. A classic American small-town located in the heart of Montco. Offering a vibrant selection of boutique shopping, 5-star dining, classic car shows, wine festivals, and outdoor activities.

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Lower Gwynedd

Lower Gwynedd

This township is home to four villages: Gwynedd, Gwynedd Valley, Penllyn, and Spring House. Rich in history, with plenty of open space to kick-back and enjoy life.

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Worcester

Worcester

Walk, run, bike throughout the wide-open spaces – then grab an ice cream reward at Merrymead Farm. Or spend the day at Evansburg State Park or the Peter Wentz Farmstead. Sparse suburban vibe.

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Upper Dublin

Upper Dublin

Bordering a good chunk of Ambler Borough, and home to Fort Washington, Dresher, and Maple Glen. Fantastic park system. Catch the Oktoberfest, a car show, Ambler Arts Festival, parades, Dog Days.

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