Bryn Mawr, PA

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Bryn Mawr is a census-designated place on the border of Montgomery County and Delaware County, Pennsylvania, just west of Philadelphia, along Lancaster Avenue (US-30), and the home of Bryn Mawr College. Parts of Bryn Mawr are governed by the townships of Lower Merion, Radnor, and Haverford. As of the 2000 census, it had a population of 4,382. The town takes its name from Brynmawr, a market town in Wales. Until 1869 and the coming of the Pennsylvania Railroad, the town was known as Humphreysville. The town was renamed by railroad agent William H. Wilson after he acquired on behalf of the railroad the 283 acres that now comprise Bryn Mawr. To learn about Main Line Luxury Properties contact Mary Beth Hurtado at 610-608-3119 or Request Info.

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Bryn Mawr A picturesque enclave in Radnor Township, Delaware County, the community of Bryn Mawr is near the center of the Main Line area. With a population just over 4,300 and an incredible niche in early American history, Bryn Mawr is a wonderful place to live.
Home to Bryn Mawr College, this community offers quick and easy access to nearby Villanova University, Rosemont College and Haverford College, as well as the city of Philadelphia.
Homes for Sale in Bryn Mawr
Bryn Mawr has been a go-to neighborhood of the Philadelphia area for two centuries, and it’s no surprise that this exclusive, tightly knit community is a local favorite. We have a variety of spacious luxury homes on large lots, as well as cozy condominiums and townhomes that have remarkably convenient locations. There are several styles of homes for sale in Bryn Mawr, which makes it one of the most spectacular places to live in all of Pennsylvania.
The average home price in Bryn Mawr is about $645,000, although there are homes available in the low $200s and reach upward of several million. On average, buyers can expect to spend around $220 per square foot.
Bryn Mawr Schools
Bryn Mawr is spread over three school districts: the Lower Marion School District, the Radnor Township School District and the School District of Haverford Township.
Bryn Mawr Elementary Schools

  • Radnor
  • Ithan
  • Coopertown
  • Gladwyne

Bryn Mawr Middle Schools

  • Radnor
  • Welsh Valley
  • Haverford

Bryn Mawr High Schools

  • Radnor
  • Harriton
  • Haverford

Shopping and Dining in Bryn Mawr
There are dozens of fantastic—and critically acclaimed—restaurants in Bryn Mawr. New American Sola and the casual Vgë Café offer ultra-healthy vegetarian options, while it’s easy to find more classic fare at Samurai Japanese Restaurant, Tango and Ekta. There’s no shortage of delectable cuisine in this town.
Rosemont Square is a local shopping mecca, but there are shops lining Highway 30 that carry absolutely everything you’ll ever need. From Eastern Mountain Sports and the Bryn Mawr Running Company to Skirt and Showcase Comics and Games, the shopping you need is moments from your front door when you live in Bryn Mawr.
Entertainment in Bryn Mawr
The Harriton House, which draws locals and tourists each day, is a fantastic glimpse into history. The Bryn Mawr Film Institute shows Indie films and a variety of other full-length features, but if you’re looking for the latest-and-greatest blockbusters, you’ll find them in nearby Wayne, Narberth and Conshohocken. There are actually more than a dozen first-run movie theaters within a 15-mile radius of Bryn Mawr.
Outdoor entertainment is big in Bryn Mawr. There are gorgeous parks and beautiful plazas filled with walkable space. With five golf clubs within a short drive, including the Llanerch Country Club and the Radnor Valley Country Club, this is the perfect place for golfers to live.
Residents generally travel to Philadelphia for nightclubs, museums and other entertainment venues.
Parks and Recreation in Bryn Mawr
The Lower Merion Township Parks and Recreation serves the Bryn Mawr area with several local facilities, including an off-leash dog area where your four-legged family members can burn off their extra energy.
The Department’s popular twilight concert series takes place at the Bryn Mawr Community Center Gazebo during the summer months, but the miles of biking, hiking and walking trails are open year-round for all Bryn Mawr residents.
Bryn Mawr Commute Times
The center of Philadelphia is 11 miles from the center of Bryn Mawr, and commuters have several options to get to and from the City of Brotherly Love. Interstate 76 is generally faster than US-30, though US-30-Lancaster Avenue is more direct. The Paoli-Thorndale line through the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is a simple, direct way to get anywhere in Philadelphia or the surrounding towns.

Distances from Bryn Mawr to nearby cities:
  • Haverford: 2 miles
  • Wayne: 3.4 miles
  • Gladwyne: 3.4 miles
  • Narberth: 3.7 miles
  • Havertown: 4.3 miles
  • King of Prussia: 7.6 miles
  • Norristown: 8.4 miles
  • Camden, New Jersey: 18.4 miles

Let’s Talk About Your Home in Bryn Mawr
When you’re ready to explore everything that Bryn Mawr has to offer, including Bryn Mawr real estate listings, call us at 610-608-3119 or contact us online. We live and work in Main Line, and we’ll use our extensive experience and insider knowledge to help you find the perfect place to call home in Bryn Mawr. To learn about Main Line Luxury Properties contact Mary Beth Hurtado at 610-608-3119 or Request Info.

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