Discover the Allure of Ardmore, the Main Street of the Main Line.
Founded by Welsh settlers in 1682, Ardmore thrived for over a century as an agricultural village. With the end of the Revolutionary War and the establishment of the turnpike connecting Philadelphia with Lancaster, it emerged as a commercial center.
Located in one of Pennsylvania’s original first class townships, Ardmore continues to distinguish and define itself. It is the most socio-economically diverse town on the Main Line, an attractive and accessible community that offers an amazing array of opportunities for residents, businesses, and visitors from throughout the region.
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