Homes for Sale in Lansdale PA

Lansdale: The North Penn Region's Heart and Soul

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Life in Lansdale

A Proud and Historic Community with a Rich History, a Progressive Present and a Promising Future.

Lansdale Borough is a grand and bustling community located in north central Montgomery County, PA, 28 miles northwest of Philadelphia and is considered the center of the North Penn Valley.  The Lansdale area borders the Montgomery County, PA townships of Towamencin, Hatfield, Montgomery, and Upper Gwynedd.  Per the 2010 census, the population of Lansdale Borough was 16,269.  For over 150 years, the region has consisted of a concentrated industrial, commercial and residential base in Lansdale Borough while much of the surrounding townships have remained rural farmlands and woodlands with steadily increasing residential growth.

Brief History Around Lansdale

Early settlers in the Lansdale region were members of the Jenkins family, Welsh immigrants who first arrived in the 1720s.  At the height of its growth, the Jenkins homestead consisted of approximately 220 acres of land – quite a large tract in those days. The construction of the North Pennsylvania Railroad in the 1850s, linking Philadelphia with the Lehigh Valley, created rapid growth and expansion in Lansdale.  The ensuing employment opportunities generated by the railroad brought settlers, housing, and businesses to the area.  In 1872, Lansdale Borough was officially incorporated and named after Phillip Lansdale Fox, the chief surveyor of the North Penn Railroad.  At the time, new towns were generally named for the predominant landowning family in the area, in this case, “Jenkins”.  But as there was already a “Jenkintown” in Montgomery County, PA, the decision was made to name the new town after the chief surveyor.  There’s no clear explanation as to why the middle name “Lansdale” was chosen over the last name “Fox”.

By the early part of the 20th century, Lansdale had grown from a rural railroad junction to a diversified residential and commercial hub. Industries included agricultural implement works, a canning factory, a silk mill, brickyards, foundries, and manufacturers of cigars, shirts, stoves, glue, iron drain pipe, and rope.  In 1900, two trolley lines were established in town, providing an alternative to train transportation. The trolleys traveled to points the railroad could not reach and brought in more people to visit and do business in town.

The 1950s saw post World War II commercial revitalization and the 1970s saw a big shift in retail shopping from Lansdale Borough to the Montgomeryville area of Montgomery Township.  And since the early 2000s, the area, and especially downtown Lansdale, has seen a renaissance of sorts, which is still ongoing at this writing (December 2018).  Development of old properties and construction of new has put a fresh face on the old railroad town.

Much more of Lansdale’s rich and varied history can be found at the Lansdale Historical Society, 137 Jenkins Ave, Lansdale; telephone (215)855-1872; email [email protected].  If you’re a history buff, and even if you aren’t, check out the Historical Society’s website – some pretty cool stuff about how folks lived in bygone days.

Shopping Around Lansdale

There are numerous shopping, dining and entertainment options for Lansdale residents but the biggest and most obvious one is the Montgomeryville Mall and Montgomeryville shopping district located on Rt 309 – just a mile east of town.  Here you will find numerous restaurants, retail stores, specialty shops, and movie theatres.

But Lansdale Borough also attracts its own customers and visitors at it’s revitalized and very popular downtown commercial district, centered at Main Street (Rt 63) and Broad Streets.

And from May to November each year, Lansdale Borough holds a “First Friday” of the month celebration in its downtown district where stores, restaurants, businesses and volunteer community groups hold special events including street musicians and entertainers and some outdoor concerts.  More details can be found at

Schools Around Lansdale

Public school children in the Homes for Sale in Lansdale, PA area attend the North Penn School District.  Currently, the district consists of 13 elementary schools, three middle schools, one high school, and one credit recovery school.   In 2021, North Penn High School was once again named one of the top schools in the country by U.S. News & World Report (click here to read more).  High school aged parochial school children in the area attend Lansdale Catholic High School, which is located in Lansdale Borough.

Housing Around Lansdale

Housing options in the Homes for Sale in Lansdale, PA area are extensive and varied – ranging from low-cost rental apartments and houses to purchase options from the low $100ks to higher end $500k, $600k, $700k homes.

Based on its sheer geographic size, Lansdale Borough and the surrounding townships and boroughs that make up the North Penn School district offer a plentiful stock of existing homes for sale.  But new construction communities have sprung up in the past few years, as well.  Consider Fortuna Crossing – a community of 41, 2 story townhomes and 18, 2 story twin homes just off Cowpath Rd in Hatfield Township.  Each home offers 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths and a 1 car garage.  Prices range from the $290ks to the mid $300ks.  There’s Gwynedd Walk – a community of luxury 2 story twin homes just off West Point Pk in Upper Gwynedd Township.  Prices range from the low $400ks to the upper $400ks.  Then there’s Penn Square, a uniquely urban-style community of 40, 2 story townhomes located one block off Main Street and in the heart of Lansdale’s bustling downtown commercial district.  Homes consist of 3 bedrooms and either 2.5 or 3.5 baths, plus 2 car garages.  Prices vary from the high $200ks to the mid $300ks.

Homes for Sale in Lansdale, PA area offers abundant senior housing options, too.  There’s Neshaminy Falls and Montgomery Walk in Montgomery Township; Hidden Meadow and Arbour Green in Hatfield Township; luxury homes at Reserve at Gwynedd in Upper Gwynedd Township; Walnut Meadows in Towamencin Township; and the new construction community – Village at Newbury, also in Towamencin Township.Get the facts on housing price trends in Lansdale

In Closing…

When it comes to commuting to work, the Lansdale area offers easy access to many commuter routes. There’s Rt 363 (Valley Forge Rd), Rt 309 (Bethlehem Pike), Rt 202 (Dekalb Pk), Rt 463 (Cowpath Rd), Rt 63 (Sumneytown Pike, aka Main St), and the PA Turnpike interchange at Lansdale (actually located in the village of Kulpsville, Towamencin Township.)  And a big attraction for area commuters is the train station located in the center of the Homes for Sale in Lansdale, PA area on Main St.  This commuter line connects Doylestown to Center City, Philadelphia with Lansdale as one of the stops along the way.

The Lansdale area is a proud and historic community with a rich history, a progressive present, and a promising future.  People like to live here.  People like to work here.  People like to play here.  Whether you want to rent or buy a home, housing is plentiful and affordable.

How is the housing market in Lansdale?

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Things to do in Lansdale

Lansdale offers a wide variety of events.  There’s something for everyone. Click here for up-to-date information on fun things to do in Lansdale.

Below is a list of unique and delicious restaurants in and around Lansdale

Pudges – 1555 Sumneytown Pike, Lansdale, PA 19446

A family owned restaurant Rated #1 by Tripadvisor for it Cheese Steaks and Hoagies.

Yantze Chinese – 2333 W. Main St. Lansdale PA 19446 215-351-7600

A long time favorite Chinese restaurant.   Well liked for it’s good food and great service.

Corropolese Bakery and Deli – 541 S. Broad St. Lansdale PA 19446 267-436-3192

Well loved for it’s tomato pie and fresh baked breads.

Yanni’s Gyro – 213 W. Main St. Lansdale PA 19446, 215-855-9100

Specializing in authentic home made Greek cuisine.  A favorite for Lansdale residents and visitors.

Stove and Tap – 329 W. Main St. Lansdale PA 19446, 215-393-8277

New restaurant in Lansdale offering an affordable menu of classic pub dishes.  A Lansdale favorite in the short time it’s been open.

Umai – 220 Pennbrook Pkwy., Lansdale PA 19446 215-855-5544

Japanese BYOB serving fresh quality sushi.   5 * reviews for it’s sushi and service.

Spice Kitchen – 1758 Allentown Rd. Lansdale PA 19446 215-853-3717

Popular Indian Restaurant.  If you like Indian food then you must try Spice Kitchen.