Ardmore, PA (Montgomery County)
Ardmore is a census-designated place situated within Lower Merion Township and Haverford Township. The iconic Ardmore train station and historic beauty of the area has prompted Ardmore to be fondly dubbed "The Main Street of the Main Line.” With a healthy mix of demographics, Ardmore has a little bit of something for everyone. A plethora of community centers, clubs, bars, restaurants and museums ensures that adults of all ages will have plenty of options with their free time. For young families, Ardmore has a community park. The school districts are divided into the Lower Merion School District and the School District of Haverford Township. There are also ample locally-renowned private schools for those seeking a higher-quality education for their children. Despite being located so close to the city of Philadelphia, most homes in Ardmore also have spacious yards for play and relaxation. Ardmore also has many opportunities for young, active professionals. Specialty sports shops for skiing, biking, rock climbing and scuba diving are within the vicinity along with nearby hiking and bike trails. Local condominiums boast state-of-the art facilities and amenities, as do many of the classic apartment buildings. These features are the probably the reason that CNN’s Money Magazine once named Ardmore one of the Best Places for the Rich and Single, saying it is "where affluent, young professionals are abundant.” All of these diverse features make Ardmore appealing for families and people of all ages and walks of life. If you are looking to buy or sell a home, we would love to be your Ardmore real estate agent. Click the button above to browse our luxury Ardmore real estate listings.