A charming collection of English Tudor manors, grand mansions and picture-perfect "cottages" set in rolling hills, Lower Merion’s first town was settled by Quakers in 1692. This sought-after community is served by some of America’s finest private schools, and the Lower Merion public schools are ranked among the best in the state. The free library offers personal service in a beautifully renovated historic building. And Gladwyne is just a short drive to Suburban Square in Ardmore, home to 370,000 sq ft of upscale shops, cafes, Trader Joes, and the very popular Farmer’s Market.
More than twenty mills once lined beautiful Mill Creek, producing lumber, paper, grain and cotton, until the devastating flood of 1894 changed Gladwyne's landscape forever. The famed Guard House Inn, rumored to have housed George Washington, is famous for its cuisine. Just twenty minutes away, Valley Forge National Park beckons with fly fishing, horseback riding, hiking and bicycling.
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