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.

About Lansdale

Known as a booming and desirable borough of Montgomery County, Lansdale is just twenty-one miles north of Philadelphia. Surrounded by many historical attractions, delicious eateries and local businesses, there are endless possibilities awaiting you in this quaint town. One of Lansdale’s most popular attractions is The Edward Morgan Log House -- a historic property with deeds originating from the Commissioners of William Penn. Today, the Morgan Log House is a part of the National Register of Historic Places and regularly offers tours, workshops and programs. When residents aren’t embracing all of Lansdale’s everlasting history, there are endless restaurants and bars to enjoy downtown. Neighborhood favorites include Stove & Tap, El Tapatio, and Lansdale Tavern. Looking to enjoy the outdoors? Lansdale is conveniently located just 1

Known as a booming and desirable borough of Montgomery County, Lansdale is just twenty-one miles north of Philadelphia. Surrounded by many historical attractions, delicious eateries and local businesses, there are endless possibilities awaiting you in this quaint town.

One of Lansdale’s most popular attractions is The Edward Morgan Log House -- a historic property with deeds originating from the Commissioners of William Penn. Today, the Morgan Log House is a part of the National Register of Historic Places and regularly offers tours, workshops and programs.

When residents aren’t embracing all of Lansdale’s everlasting history, there are endless restaurants and bars to enjoy downtown. Neighborhood favorites include Stove & Tap, El Tapatio, and Lansdale Tavern. Looking to enjoy the outdoors? Lansdale is conveniently located just 12-minutes from Twin Woods and Mainland Golf Courses, and just 20-minutes from Evansburg State Park! Additionally, the newly expanded Septa train station provides easy accessibility to Center City-- perfect for commuters or those looking to enjoy a weekend getaway.

As part of Upper Gwynedd Township and the North Penn School District, Lansdale is surrounded by excellent public schools that continuously drive the area’s interest. From seasonal events and delicious eateries, to top-rated schools and commuter convenience, it’s no surprise that Lansdale remains a highly coveted town.

If you are interested in looking at real estate in the Lansdale 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 39.8. Households: 6,839.

In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $61,741)

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Lansdale Schools & Education

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