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Population: 32,225
Median Age: 40.0
Median Household Income: $108,373
Avg. Commute Time: 24.9 min

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Wayne was originally settled in the late 1600’s by Quakers and was primarily an agricultural area until the Pennsylvania Railroad brought further development. Wealthy Philadelphians came in search of beautiful vacation properties and settled in Wayne. The layout of the town was well planned and no expense was spared. Wayne became a extraordinary community and was highly desired by executives and families alike.

For over hundred years Wayne has been considered one of the best suburbs of Philadelphia to live and raise a family. Victorian and Colonial homes are abundant in Wayne, many with beautifully landscaped grounds. The public school system is one of the finest in the country and includes the districts of Radnor,Tredyffrin-Easttown, and Upper Merion. Wayne also has excellent private schools including the Devereaux School and the Valley Forge Military Academy, where a monument from the Battle of the Bulge is located. Wayne is a short distance from excellent golf courses, prestigious colleges, many beautiful parks, libraries, restaurants and entertainment. Within its limits are three train stations on the R5: Saint David’s, Wayne, and Eagle.

Wayne is also one of the most popular shopping areas of the Main Line region, with an iconic town center and Lancaster and North wayne Avenues. The centerpiece of the village is the Anthony Wayne1920s art-deco movie theatre, the historic Wayne Hotel, and the charming boutique shops and family restaurants, including Christopher’sTeresa’s Cafe, and the Great American Pub. The old-fashioned Wayne Post Office and the newly built Radnor Middle School are just a block south.

Wayne has a strong community that conserves its heritage. Organizations such as The Radnor Historical Society, the Main Line Community Orchestra, the Wayne Art Center and the League of Women Voters are supported in Wayne.

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