Laurie Murphy

Lower Merion Township

· Population: 58,003

· Households: 23,868

· Media Housing Value: $282,600

· Median Family Income: $74,272

Located in the heart of the Main Line, Lower Merion Township is formed by some of the most attractive towns of that region. The Township is the closest suburban community to Philadelphia, and is characterized by fine homes and estates, historic churches and buildings, as well as exclusive shops and department stores.

The towns of Haverford, Bryn Mawr and Villanova, are best known for their excellent colleges and universities. Some of the nation’s most prestigious and historical institutions are located in this region, including Villanova University, Haverford College and Bryn Mawr College (more information on these universities is available at www.haverford.edu, www.villanova.edu, and www.BrynMawr.edu). These prestigious towns have many select neighborhoods, amongst some of the most exclusive within the United States. Each of these three towns, as well as the neighboring town of Gladwyne, is renowned for its beautiful estates; and prospective inhabitants can chose between very old, colonial homes or newer construction.

Towns of Lower Merion Township:

Ardmore

Merion

Bryn Mawr

Narbeth

Gladwyne

Wynnewood

Haverford

Villanova