Ask Christine and Joan today about Bryn Mawr real estate! Known as the center point of the prominent Main Line, Bryn Mawr is located 13 miles west of Philadelphia and is steeped in history and prestige.
In addition to its proximity to Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr is located on U.S. Route 30, and offers convenient access to I-476, also known as the “Blue Route” by Philadelphians. The town is a 20-mile drive to the Philadelphia International Airport.
Home to beautiful rolling green landscape and stately homes and estates, it is a sought after and desirable destination, not only for its cultural contributions, but for its history of providing solace and sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of center city.
The town is bustling with things to do for everyone…popular attractions include the Bryn Mawr Film Institute, offering a wide variety of independent, international and documentary films; the Lancaster County Farmer’s Market with its fresh produce and amazing hot meals to go; the Arboretum of Haverford College, and its beautiful collection of trees, and so much more.
Straddling Montgomery and Delaware counties, Bryn Mawr is home to two of the top rated school districts in Pennsylvania. Lower Merion and Radnor is here as well as a host of exceptional private schools like The Haverford School, Shipley and Agnes Irwin.
The town is also revered for its shopping, restaurants and walkability as well as the famous Film Institute. Despite its rich history, it has a unique mix of new and old and many families proud to call this lovely town home.
In addition to access to U.S. Route 30 and I-476, Bryn Mawr is also served by the Paoli/Thorndale Line of SEPTA’s Regional Rail system.