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More Information About Lower Merion, PA
Lower Merion, a beautiful enclave in Pennsylvania’s Main Line area, is a Montgomery County township with nearly 58,000 residents. Settled by Welsh Quakers in the late 1600s, Lower Merion is mixture of historic buildings and modern conveniences set in a scenic wooded backdrop complete with gently rolling hills.
Lower Merion has the 12th highest median household income in the country for an area of its size, and it’s steeped in Pennsylvania history. The Mill Creek Historic District, the Seville Theatre and Green Hill Farms are all listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The whole township covers 23.9 square miles, and it encompasses: