Bryn Mawr, PA (Delaware County)

Bryn Mawr is a community located in the heart of the Main Line, straddling Lancaster Avenue and the northwest-bound SEPTA rail. The area was named after a large manor built in 1704 by a Welsh tobacco farmer, who named it Bryn Mawr or "High Hill” in Welsh. The area is notable for its opulent and sprawling estates as well as the prestigious Bryn Mawr women’s college. Almost 100 percent of local residents are employed in high-paying, white collar jobs. About ten percent of these people telecommute or work from home. Over half of the community’s permanent residents also possess a four year degree or higher. An eclectic mix of exclusive upper income workers and college students, Bryn Mawr offers a quiet atmosphere enriched by local history and culture. The Bryn Mawr film institute screens independent and small-run films. The local restaurant scene includes various ethnic cuisines including Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Greek, as well as a vegan restaurant, several eateries and pubs. Bryn Mawr also offers excellent healthcare. Many specialist doctor’s offices and pharmacies are located within the vicinity, and the Bryn Mawr hospital offers high-standard treatment and emergency services. If you are looking to buy or sell a home, we would love to be your Bryn Mawr real estate agent. Click the button above to browse our luxury Bryn Mawr real estate listings.

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Updated: 1st October, 2018 1:16 PM.