Real Estate in Narberth -- the Heart of the Main Line

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In Brief / Narberth Borough Services / Narberth Borough Fast Facts / Taxes /
Houses of Worship / Recreational Facilities / Narberth Athletic Association /
Points of Interest / Links to the Philadelphia Region

Narberth Borough's one-half square mile is a hot bed of Real Estate activity along the Main Line. Last year, almost 1,500 properties, including singles, twins, town houses and condominiums changed hands. Hundreds of homes in all price ranges sell every year.

The Village of Narberth In Brief:

Part of Narberth's charm comes from it's proximity to Philadelphia and the surrounding Lower Merion Township. Philadelphia City Hall is easily accessible by train, car or bus. Center City Philadelphia is 20 minutes away by the R-5 Paoli/Doylestown train, and the SEPTA train station is right in the center of downtown Narberth. SEPTA bus route 44 runs right through Narberth and on into Center City via Montgomery Avenue. By car, you can commute into Philadelphia through Fairmount Park or on the Schuylkill Expressway.

Incorporated as a Borough in 1895, Narberth is known as the Heart of the Main Line. The Amtrak railroad tracks divide the town into north and south sides. A convenient layout places shops, recreational facilities, houses of worship, the library and schools within easy walking distance of most homes.

Primarily a residential community, downtown shopping along Haverford Avenue is convenient to the train and bus; the Municipal and Fire Company building; as well as to the playground, Community Building and library.

The Borough has its own Police, Highway and Volunteer Fire Departments, as well as its own ambulance service, library and recreational facilities. In addition, Narberth cooperates with Lower Merion Township for additional services. For example, it is served by Lower Merion's outstanding school system.

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Narberth Borough Services:

Narberth Borough Hall is located at 100 Conway Avenue, Haverford, PA 19401-1554. Office hours are weekdays from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The phone number is 610-664-2840. The fax number is 610-664-0803, or you can e-mail the Borough at

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Narberth Borough Fast Facts:

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Houses of Worship:

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Recreational Facilities:

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Narberth Athletic Association (610-664-2840):

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Points of Interest:

Because of its unique location, many points of interest within the Borough and throughout Lower Merion Township are a short drive away or within easy walking distance of Narberth village.

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The Philadelphia Region:

Welcome to Philadelphia's Main Line
Life Along the Main Line
The Historic Sights of Philadelphia
The Greater Philadelphia Region
The Beauty and History of Montgomery County
Historic Brandywine River Valley
The Beauty of Bucks County
A Guide to Regional Art and Music
The Map Room
Fine Art Photography by John A. Benigno

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  John A. Benigno, ABR
Long & Foster Real Estate, Inc.
355A Lancaster Ave

Haverford, PA 19401-1554
Office Phone: 610-658-8900
Fax: 610-658-8901
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Long & Foster Real Estate - Narberth, PA

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