These are quotes from some of our clients about Mount Airy:
Sense of community.
Young families enjoy music classes, co-operative pre-schools, soccer Saturdays, the Nesting House which is a great resource for second hand baby clothes, shoes, everyday gear for kids!
The newly renovated Lovett Library is a great place for kids and adults alike with community computers and furnished grounds that invite hanging out in warm weather with a great book!
Gorgeous homes on beautiful tree-lined streets—idyllic neighborhood feel.
Proximity to Center City, the Main Line and even Bucks County.
Diversity: families of all kinds, a culture and history of “welcome”!
I love to go out my back door and explore what seems to be the never-ending Wissahickon Valley. Every season brings new reflections and things for which to be grateful.
In walking distance are coffee and eats, books and groceries, and good friends.
City vibes and wonderful culture is a quick train ride away—commuting is so easy!
In Mount Airy, it doesn’t matter how old or young, what color hair you have or what gender pronoun you use. What does matter is that you are a part of a wonderful, diverse, caring community!
That’s Mount Airy in a nutshell. A community in northwest Philadelphia that has been cited as one of the ten most integrated communities in America with active community and business associations. Part of the old German Township since 1683, it began as an agricultural area. By the mid-19th century, population started to thrive and homes were built that rivaled in architectural design those of any other neighborhood. The 1890’s and the 1920’s building booms gave Mount Airy great Victorians, center hall colonials, and hundreds of row homes and twins. Today they represent a solid housing stock that turns over quickly when available. The recently established Quintessence Theater is a well-regarded highlight of the Friday and Saturday night scene along Germantown Avenue.
Population: 27,035 Public Transportation: Several bus routes including the historic #23 that takes one from one end of Philadelphia to the other and SEPTA’s commuter rail lines including Chestnut Hill West and Chestnut Hill East Schools: Henry, Houston and Emlen public elementary schools, Blair Christian Academy, Project Learn School Distance from Center City Philadelphia: Approximately 10.6 miles Distance from King of Prussia: Approximately 12.6 miles.