Located in Whitpain township, Blue Bell is one of the most highly sought-after Philadelphia suburbs thanks to its historic architecture and abundance of green space. Originally named Pigeontown after the large flocks of now-extinct passenger pigeons that used to reside there, the town was renamed Blue Bell in 1840 after the prominent blue bell that was constructed on the top of the White House Inn, now known as the Blue Bell Inn.
While the town has roots dating back to the beginning of this nation, this historically charming town is no longer living in the past. The downtown area is a booming restaurant scene with a variety of cuisines ranging from American to Asian and everything in between. If you’re looking to get closer to nature, you can find serenity in Camp Woods Preserve, or bring your furry friend to the dog park located in Centre Square Park. This town is served by the award-winning Wissahickon school district, one of the many reasons so many people are drawn to the area.
Bordered by I-476 on the West and I-276 on the South, this town is centrally located and provides easy access to Center City, which sits 18 miles SouthEast, and the surrounding suburbs. Blue Bell is the future home of a new Compass office!
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