Homes for Sale & Local Guide
Radnor Township is the Best Place to Live in the Suburbs, according to Philadelphia Magazine. Of course, Radnor residents have known that since 1682, when the Township was officially founded. Since then, Radnor’s government has worked hard at maintaining the Township’s delightful mix of residential, rural, and business. From our horse farms, to our vibrant, small-town main street, Radnor is indeed a great place to live, work, and do business. Radnor Township School District has a tradition of excellence. Supported by a community that values education, the District is proud to deliver an exceptional educational program that strives to meet the needs of our students, their families, and the community. To learn about Main Line Luxury Properties contact Mary Beth Hurtado at 610-608-3119 or Request Info.
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More Information About Radnor, PA
Tucked in Radnor Township in Delaware County and overlapping into Tredyffrin township in Chester County, Radnor is a gorgeous, historic town in Pennsylvania’s Main Line area. This quaint community was founded in 1682, and it’s maintained its charm through the centuries; there are several spots in town listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
About 31,000 people live in Radnor, which is conveniently located near the junction of Highway 30 and I-476. Lincoln National, VWR and Janssen Biotech are the largest employers in the community, and many people who live here commute into Philadelphia for work.
Homes for Sale in Radnor, PA
There are a variety of homes for sale in Radnor that fall in the average price range, which is between $650,000 and $750,000. However, we also have homes that fall on both sides of that spectrum; many historic homes sell for $1 million or more.
Kids who live in Radnor are part of the Radnor Township School District. There are a handful of private schools in the area, as well, including Archbishop John Carroll High School and Valley Forge Military Academy and College.
Radnor Elementary Schools
The three elementary schools in Radnor feed into Radnor Middle School and then Radnor High School.
Although there are no colleges or universities within the community’s boundaries, we’re very close to Cabrini College, Eastern University, Bryn Mawr College and Rosemont College.
Dining and Shopping in Radnor
From 333 Belrose to Estia Taverna, there’s no shortage of fantastic restaurants in Radnor. Fleming’s Steakhouse, the Susanna Foo Gourmet Kitchen and the Glenmorgan Bar and Grill at the Radnor Hotel are some of the locals’ favorite hotspots. If you’re feeling more adventurous, you can travel to Philadelphia, where there’s cuisine from all over the world at four- and five-star restaurants.
Entertainment in Radnor
While Radnor has dozens of clubs for residents, including garden clubs, a historical society and several others, there are also plenty of things to do nearby. From golf at the Radnor Valley Country Club, Saint David’s Golf Club and the Overbrook Golf Club to movie theaters such as Reel Cinemas and the Bryn Mawr Film Institute, there’s always something to do.
Radnor Parks and Recreation
The Radnor Parks and Recreation Board, which is at the township level, maintains 25 parks and facilities within the township. There’s even a skate park, hiking trails and athletic fields that are open to all residents and guests.
Radnor Commute Times
The center of Radnor Township is just 19.6 miles outside of Philadelphia. It’s a convenient commute to several other areas as well.
- Bryn Mawr: 3.9 miles
- Upper Darby: 8.3 miles
- Gladwyne: 8.6 miles
- Bala Cynwyd: 11.9 miles
Let’s Talk About Your New Home in Radnor
To learn about Main Line Luxury Properties contact Mary Beth Hurtado at 610-608-3119 or Request Info.