CLASSIC HOMETOWN OF HAVERTOWN
This lively residential community is an unincorporated suburb, just 9 miles west of the center of Philadelphia, offering suburban community living.
A VIBRANT BUSINESS DISTRICT
Main Street Havertown offers everything you want! Join the annual “Pub Crawl” or enjoy the wide variety of local independent restaurants and shops. Moreover the Oakmont Farmer’s Market is open every Wednesday — rain or shine.
Havertown has more than 30 outdoor parks and playing fields. In like manner, there are many recreational offerings. Enjoy skating at one of the best ice surfaces in the area at the local indoor ice skating rink, or visit the new YMCA. Therefore there is no shortage of things to do here!
TRADITIONAL TWIN HOMES AND A FRIENDLY TREE-LINED NEIGHBORHOOD
A highly sought-after destination for first-time home buyers, Havertown is perfect for those seeking community life.
Haverford School District offers one high school, one middle school, and five elementary schools. Alternatively, there are many private school options in this and the surrounding Main Line communities.
Founded by Welsh Quakers in 1681 on land purchased by William Penn, Havertown's rich history is evident all around. In fact this area is home to historic sites, landmarks, and a number of National Historic Places listings. As a result, Havertown's place in our country’s history is well preserved and appreciated.
Havertown is an ideal community for walkers! In addition, getting around by car is also a great option with plenty of street and lot parking available. Furthermore, enjoy easy access to Routes 3 & 1 and I-476. Bus service is available and the SEPTA 100-line high speed rail is nearby.Read More ▾
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Population by Age Level. Median Age 42.52. Households: 13,378.
In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $111,142)
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Public & Private Institutions Of Learning
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