Chestnut Hill is a neighborhood in the Northwest Philadelphia section of the United States city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is known for the high incomes of its residents and high real estate values, as well as its private schools.
From the mid-19th century through the mid-20th, the neighborhood served as both a "railroad suburb" and a "streetcar suburb" of Center City; although it was part of Philadelphia, it was a leafy outlying part functioning as a bedroom community. The neighborhood contains a wide variety of 19th and early 20th century residential buildings by many of the most prominent Philadelphia architects.
In 1985, the neighborhood was designated as the Chestnut Hill Historic District (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) with the National Register of Historic Places. Citing its natural resources, architectural character, and thoughtful planning, the American Planning Association has recognized it among its Great Places in America.
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|RATING*||SCHOOL NAME||GRADES||SCHOOL TYPE|
|N/A||Norwood-Fontbonne Academy||Preschool - 8th Grade||Catholic/Religious|
|N/A||Springside Chestnut Hill Academy||Preschool - 12th Grade||Private/Charter|
|N/A||The Crefeld School||7th Grade - 12th Grade||Private/Charter|
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