Villanova

 

Population: 8,932
Median Age: 21.5
Median Household Income: $188,827
Avg. Commute Time: 22 min


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ALL ABOUT VILLANOVA

Villanova is an unincorporated community that straddles Lower Merion Township and Radnor Township, rich in both history and landmarks. The Old Gulph Road was once used as an Indian trail, and later used by local area residents to deliver goods and produce to Philadelphia. William Penn himself both designed and set the road’s milestones. The Appleford/Parsons-Banks Arboretum began in 1862 when William Penn granted 100-acres to James Moore. Today, the 22-acre facility is open to the public and showcases historic colonial furnishings and greenhouses as well as the lavish arboretum grounds.

The Stoneleigh Estate in Villanova was recently donated to Lower Merion Township and the 65 acre property is now open to the public as a beautiful natural garden and walking trail.

Considered one of the Main Line’s prime real estate regions, Villanova features some of the best schools and health care facilities in the area. While best known for Villanova University, this upscale community also offers a wealth of shopping, dining, and cultural activities.

Villanova offers a beautiful setting for luxurious homes, with large country executive estates as well as planned communities such as Harriton Farm in Lower Merion Township and Trianon in Radnor Township.

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