A FRIENDLY COMMUNITY WITH SMALL-TOWN AMBIENCE
The lively Borough of Malvern is a small town nestled in the heart of Chester County's bucolic horse country. This area offers the best of both hometown and country living in the midst of this bustling Main Line community, where you can enjoy top-notch restaurants and fabulous local eateries — such as Buttery Bakery, Christopher’s, Alba, and General Wayne Inn. Take in an evening at People's Light and Theater, or stroll the quaint Borough streets.
PLENTY OF ACTIVITIES FOR ALL
Malvern boasts an abundance of beautiful parks, trails, tennis and basketball courts, horseback riding, swimming, the many offerings at the nearby Upper Main Line Y, or at ACAC Fitness gym in East Goshen — and much more!
CENTRALLY LOCATED ON THE MAIN LINE
Malvern is situated off Routes 202 and 30, which offer easy access to major highways and the train. The town is only a short drive to Valley Forge National Park, Main Line shopping and restaurants, the King of Prussia Mall, and a wealth of options that the surrounding Main Line communities have to offer. And, because the town of Malvern is not located on Lancaster Avenue, it’s a quieter community.
HIGHLY RATED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS
The Great Valley School District sets a standard of excellence in a community of prestigious private schools, accommodating approximately 4,000 students in four elementary schools (K-5), one middle school (6-8), and one high school (9-12). Malvern is also home to Immaculata University — whose legendary 1971 women’s basketball team was the subject of the 2009 feature film The Mighty Macs.Read More ▾
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Data compiled using 4th quarter 2022 data vs. same period from 2021
Population by Age Level. Median Age 43.04. Households: 1,517.
In Thousand of Dollars. (Median Income: $104,694)
Population by Education Level
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Public & Private Institutions Of Learning
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