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Attractive, affordable, and accessible, Ambler is located in Montgomery County.
Located in Burlington County, just 30 miles from Philadelphia, Bordentown City offers a classic, laid-back lifestyle.
With its stellar schools, historic character, and strong communities, there’s no mistaking the charm of Cheltenham.
Charming and convenient, few towns compare to Collingswood, New Jersey.
Germantown is a transit-oriented community with a diverse residential and commercial mix.
The quintessential college town, Gloucester County's Glassboro is a center for education and recreation.
Haddon Heights has it all — impressive homes, superb schools, thriving businesses, and more.
A quaint and vibrant downtown, historic homes, and access to the beautiful Brandywine Valley make Kennett Square classic.
Nestled halfway between Philadelphia and Baltimore, Oxford owes much of its identity to its location.
Located in Montgomery County, Lansdale's character, customs, and charm culminate to create an attractive, enduring community.
Located in Delaware County, Lansdowne is where you can live the good life.
A former milling town, Manayunk is a now a thriving cosmopolitan community.
Progressive and inclusive, Media’s residents proudly refer to it as “Everybody’s Hometown.”
Merchantville is a timeless community nestled between Philadelphia and Cherry Hill.
Just 12 miles from Philadelphia, Moorestown, New Jersey has been recognized by Money Magazine as “America’s Best Place to Live.”
A diverse and progressive community located in beautiful Bucks County, Pennsylvania.
Just 25 miles from Philadelphia, Phoenixville is emerging as one of our region’s premier residential and entertainment destinations.
On the border of Bucks and Montgomery Counties, Souderton and Telford combine to create one incredible community.
West Chester, in the beautiful Brandywine Valley, is the County Seat of Chester County.
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