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Situated just 16 miles north of Philadelphia, Ambler is a charming town located in Montgomery County with history that dates back to the 18th century. Ambler was once known as a manufacturing hub, but has since reinvented itself as a quaint town that is rich in history, some of which can still be seen today through its Victorian houses and main streets that intersect through town.
Ambler is known for its small-town feel, tight-knit community and walkability, especially along its downtown area. Ambler’s Main Street area features a variety of different shops, restaurants and entertainment options making it easy for residents to stroll along and support their favorite local businesses. Enjoy a night out on the town at Dettera Restaurant & Wine Bar, Forest and Main Brewing Company, or Bridget’s Steakhouse! If you’d prefer to enjoy the outdoors, Ambler has multiple parks and trails that you can check out, such as Ambler Borough Park or Four Mills Nature Reserve.
The award-winning art scene in Ambler is another big draw, from performances by the Ambler Symphony Orchestra to shows at the renovated historic Ambler Theater, there are a variety of different arts and entertainment options to choose from.With its central location and close proximity to public transportation, Ambler offers the convenience of suburban living with an easy commute to Philadelphia and beyond.
If you are interested in looking at real estate in the Ambler PA area, please give us a call at 215-327-9097. We would love to help you find your dream home!Read More ▾
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