Gladwyne Real Estate

Gladwyne Luxury Estate Homes

A small, historic community on the Main Line, Gladwyne features private remote estate homes with easy access to Center City. You can customize your search by lifestyle amenities such as transportation and shopping as well as schools. The AI will rank homes by YOUR preferences, just like Netflix or Hulu!

Gladwyne History

Originally called Merion Square by its first Quaker settlers in 1682, Gladwyne was the first village created in what is now known as Lower Merion Township. Although some of the first structures were log cabins, stone houses and mills soon followed along Mill Creek. while some of these structures exist today and have been converted into homes or offices, others stand as symbols of Gladwyne's old mill history.

In 1830, new neighborhoods sprung along the newly constructed Philadelphia and Lancaster Railroads, now known as the Main Line.

Glaldwyne was slightly more distanced from the railroad than other Lower Merion towns such as Villanova and Bryn Mawr and has remained more of a village than a town. Gladwyne continues to attract those who prefer secluded, elite lifestyles.

While Gladwyne offers a quiet 'Billionnaire Village' lifestyle, it's also close to neighboring townships, and an easy commute to Center City Philly. The drive to Amtrak's 30th Street Station can be as quick as 15-20 minutes (off peak hours) or easily connected via Regional Rail.

Gladwyne - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Gladwyne: $4,595,500 / County Avg $788,200

583%

Avg Taxes in Gladwyne: $55,000 / County Avg $10,200

541%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Gladwyne: 8,236 / County Avg 2,799

294%

Avg Price per/sqft in Gladwyne:$558 / County Avg $282

198%

Avg Walkscore in Gladwyne: 3 / County Avg 38

8%

Avg Year Built in Gladwyne: 1940 / County Avg 1962

99%

Avg Days on Website in Gladwyne: 196 / County Avg 107

183%

Gladwyne Real Estate Market Health

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Areas in Gladwyne PA
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Neighborhoods in Gladwyne PA
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