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.

About Glenside

With over 300 years of history, which dates back to its founding in 1683, Glenside, PA is one of the most interesting small towns located just outside of Philadelphia. With the help of Richard Wall, a founder of Cheltenham Township, the area of Glenside quickly became a prominent figure in the political and social climate of the region. Now years later, Glenside still hosts the Independence Day parade, which is known to be one of the largest in the area and dates back to 1904. Modern day Glenside, which still boasts homes and buildings with the same original charm and character of the past, straddles both Cheltenham and Abington Townships and is known for its highly rated schools, local dining, and gorgeous outdoor spaces. Residents have the privilege of close proximity to public transportation in and around the city, as well as local

With over 300 years of history, which dates back to its founding in 1683, Glenside, PA is one of the most interesting small towns located just outside of Philadelphia. With the help of Richard Wall, a founder of Cheltenham Township, the area of Glenside quickly became a prominent figure in the political and social climate of the region. Now years later, Glenside still hosts the Independence Day parade, which is known to be one of the largest in the area and dates back to 1904.

Modern day Glenside, which still boasts homes and buildings with the same original charm and character of the past, straddles both Cheltenham and Abington Townships and is known for its highly rated schools, local dining, and gorgeous outdoor spaces. Residents have the privilege of close proximity to public transportation in and around the city, as well as local history to enjoy. On the list of Glenside historical sites is the Keswick Theater, which holds a spot on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Grey Towers Castle, which was designed by the well known architect Horace Trumbauer in 1893.

The Glenside Farmers Market is a local staple that runs from May to November and features locally grown produce, baked goods, art and much more. The local dining is also worth noting with favorites like Humpty Dumplings, Bernie's Restaurant and Keswick Tavern. With its history, gorgeous scenery, and opportunities to enjoy community events, Glenside is the perfect place to call home.

If you are interested in looking at real estate in the Glenside PA area, please give us a call at 215-327-9097. We would love to help you find your dream home!

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Population by Age Level. Median Age 36.16. Households: 3,133.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $85,863)

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Glenside Schools & Education

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