Plymouth Meeting / Whitemarsh

Colonial School District

Plymouth and Whitemarsh Townships, located in Eastern Montgomery County, are one of the hottest suburban Philadelphia areas.  Whitemarsh Township is dated back to as early as the 17th Century, only a year after Charles II of England granted William Penn his woods. This convenient and family-style community is supported by the Colonial School District(Plymouth-Whitemarsh High School), a Top-Rated Pennsylvania school district.  The warm, neighborly feel is very evident in the “center of town” at Miles Park, where baseball and softball is played every night in Spring and Summer, at the walking trails and sports fields at Victory Fields and even at our local Ale House where you will see your school friends and neighbors.  What makes these townships such a draw is their convenience to most major highways and local railways.  You are minutes to The Blue Route(476), The Schulylkill(76) and the Pennsylvania Turnpike.

Blue Bell / Ambler

Wissahickon School District

Whitpain and Lower Gwynedd Townships, located in Eastern Montgomery County, are one of the hottest and beautiful sections of suburban Philadelphia.  This beautiful community is supported by the Wissahickon School District, one of the top school districts in Pennsylvania.  Blue Bell was originally called Pigeontown because passenger pigeons had a high propensity to call the area home back in the 19th Century. Blue Bell has beautiful open spaces including Wentz Run and Prophecy Creek Parks and more.  The community is known for its beautiful neighborhoods(Blue Bell Country Club), golf courses(Blue Stone Golf Club), and delicious eateries(Blue Bell Inn, Panache, and more!).

The Boroughs

The Boroughs… Conshohocken, Phoenixville,  Ambler … and so many more!
The Philadelphia suburbs are full of “neighborhood” communities as well as full of old and historical Boroughs… some dating back hundreds of years.  In the Montgomery County area we have some of the greatest Boroughs, like Conshohocken, Phoenixville, Ambler, Lansdale, North Wales, Jenkintown, Bridgeport, Collegeville and more…. Do you get the idea???  Our infamous boroughs, many that are being actively Gentrified, are known for their historic significance, many hundreds of years old and with convenient trains to Philadelphia. These areas have new and innovative eateries, local shoppes, beautiful parks & playgrounds and some with  Pop-up beer gardens!!  These communities have welcomed many singles and young families, who are looking for that neighborhood living along with convenience to Center City.

The Main Line

The Main Line of the Philadelphia suburbs spans from Bala Cynwyd to Paoli and was named after the Pennsylvania Railroad line, Main Line.  This beautiful area sits just miles West from Center City Philadelphia and is home to award-winning school districts such as Radnor, Lower Merion and Tredyffrin School Districts. 

The area also has several fabulous hospitals like Lankenau Hospital,  several universities such as Villanova University, famous restaurants like White Dog Cafe , beautiful walking trails like the Radnor Trail, and so much more!