Merion is community characterized by a deep sense of civic pride
and involvement. Over 18 business and civic associations provide
an opportunity for residents to participate in their community.
In addition, the Township maintains a "Community Resources
Leadership Bank" of citizens interested in serving on one of the
many appointed Township Boards or Commissions.
Located in the heart of the "Main Line," the Township is a first
ring suburban community bordering the City of Philadelphia. The
community is served by the Southeastern Pennsylvania
Transportation Authority (SEPTA) as well as Amtrak passenger
service. The nearest major airport, Philadelphia International,
is about 30 minutes by car, and can be accessed by SEPTA. Lower
Merion is the largest of the 62 municipalities located within
Montgomery County. According to the 1990 census, the Township
population is 58,003, with 23,868 households located within its
23.64 square miles. The Township has a median housing value of
$282,600 and a median family income of $84,378, the highest in
Excellent educational opportunities, two respected hospitals,
convenient shopping and dining establishments and a plenitude of
open space all within its borders, make Lower Merion Township
one of the most desirable communities in which to live and work.
To learn about Lower Merion Luxury Properties
contact Mary Beth Hurtado at 610-608-3119