A QUICK TRIP TO CENTER CITY FROM THE NARBERTH TRAIN STATION
The Narberth Train Station is only three stops away from 30th Street on the regional rail Paoli/Thorndale line. In addition, SEPTA bus service connects Narberth to Center City. Furthermore, residents can walk to nearly all of the stores, restaurants, and services in town! Finally, enjoy easy access to Route 1 (City Avenue), Mountgomery Avenue, I-76 and I-476.
While this charming historic Main Line neighborhood is largely residential, it also has a variety of small businesses. There are unique shopping and dining experiences in town for all ages and tastes.
Enjoy summer concerts in the local park. Take in a movie at the Narberth Theater. Or, pick up a hoagie from the local family grocer established in the 1950s. Certainly this friendly town is admired for its small-town environment and independent business district.
Narberth homes feature classic style and architecture. Thus this town attracts residents who value historic homes. No two homes look alike, and residents take pride in their unique character. There is a particular abundance of porches, fireplaces, and other cozy touches that make these homes special.
HIGHLY RATED PUBLIC AND PRIVATE SCHOOLS
Residents are served by the Lower Merion School District. In addition, there is a wealth of options for private school choices. Thankfully all schools in the area offer renowned educational excellence.Read More ▾
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Public & Private Institutions Of Learning
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