Homes for Sale in Merion, PA
Nestled against the northeastern border of Philadelphia, the beautiful community of Merion is a haven for people who want easy commuter access without the constant rush of city life. With just under 6,000 residents, this picturesque Main Line neighborhood is filled with historic landmarks and friendly, welcoming people.
Homes for Sale in Merion
The average home price in Merion is between $500,000 and $600,000, but there are homes available all over the spectrum. From historic homes with dignified, Victorian-era exteriors to modern condominiums with posh, luxurious styles, you’ll find the perfect home for sale in Merion.
Kids who live in Merion attend schools in the Lower Merion School District. However, there are also several private schools in the area.
The two elementary schools serving this area are Cynwyd and Merion. From there, children move on to Bala Cynwyd Middle School and Lower Merion High School.
Merion is close to Saint Joseph’s University, the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine and Drexel University College of Medicine, as well as a number of other distinguished institutions.
Dining and Shopping in Merion
There’s no shortage of delectable cuisine in and around Merion. From Citron and Rose to Hymie's Deli, which has been serving up delicious food for over 70 years, there’s something for everyone in this friendly community.
Many high-end boutiques and locally owned shops dot the streets. Several large shopping centers are just a short drive from Merion, including Bala Cynwyd, City Centre, and Wynnewood Shopping Centers. Because we’re so close to Philadelphia, it’s easy to head into the city on public transit (the SEPTA trains run directly from Merion into the city) to get your shopping fix.
Entertainment in Merion
The Narberth Community Theater, just a few moments outside Merion, is renowned all over the area for its spectacular live performances featuring local actors. We’re also near the Merion Golf Club, the Main Street Theatre 6 and all of the attractions Philadelphia has to offer, including the Please Touch Museum, the historic landmarks and so much more. Many Merion residents also travel to Philadelphia for its nightlife.
Parks and Recreation in Merion
The Lower Merion Parks and Recreation Department manages all of the public parks in this idyllic community, and they also run athletic programs for children and adults. From Little League to ice hockey, as well as classes in art, dance and more, there’s an activity for everyone on the Department’s calendar.
Commute Times from Merion
Commuting is generally simple for Merion residents. In addition to the SEPTA line that runs through the area, it’s close to the junction of Highways 1 and 30, as well as I-76.
From Merion to:
- Philadelphia (city center): 7.1 miles
- Springfield: 7.5 miles
- West Conshohocken: 7.9 miles
- Wayne: 8.2 miles
- Berwyn: 13.3 miles
- King of Prussia: 12.3 miles
- Cherry Hill, New Jersey: 15.4 miles
- Fort Washington: 19.5 miles
- Thorndale: 32.5 miles
Find the Perfect Home in Merion, PA
When you’re ready to explore Merion real estate with a professional, call us at 610-608-3119. You can also contact us online to tell us what you’re looking for; we’ll use our in-depth knowledge of the Main Line area to help you find it.
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