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Search for your next home in Ardmore below! The Ardmore real estate market is similar to its neighbors to the east, Wynnewood and Narberth, and dissimilar to its western neighbors, Haverford and Gladwyne. There are a large number of row homes and most of the single family homes are on quarter acre lots. There are some more expensive homes near the Merion Golf Club and in the section of the town that lies north of Montgomery Avenue. More about Ardmore Homes and Neighborhoods
These 2 neighborhoods are the higher end of the Ardmore real estate market. The Merion Golf neighborhood is south of Haverford Road on either side of Ardmore Avenue, bordering the golf club. Architecture is colonial and there are some homes in the $1 - $2M dollar range with lots of half an acre or more. The Suburban Square neighborhood is north of Montgomery Avenue, opposite the Suburban Square shopping area. There are large older homes in this area with lots of a half acre or more that can also be in the $1 - $2M dollar range.
This would be the section north of Haverford Road between Ardmore Ave and Wynnewood Road, bordered on the north by route 30. Most of the properties in this neighborhood are row houses or twins on small lots. They're in the $200 - $300k range.
Ardmore as described here is the area within the 19003 zip code. It is a census-designated place. Ardmore, like Bryn Mawr and Wayne, has a relatively large 'town' area on route 30. There are shops and restaurants, the Ardmore West shopping center, another small shopping center that includes a Super Fresh and other commercial establishments on either side of Lancaster Pike the length of the town. In addition, there is the Suburban Square shopping area that includes many well known stores including the Apple Store, Macy's, Williams Sonoma, the Gap, Banana Republic, and last but not least, the Ardmore Farmer's Market.
The Merion Golf Club, site of several US Opens including the one upcoming in 2013, is within the borders of Ardmore as is the Philadelphia Skating Club & Humane Society rink. PSC&HS is the oldest skating club in the country, has hosted the North American Figure Skating Championship and has been a training site of famous skaters such as Dick Button and Scott Hamilton. Other local landmarks include the Ardmore Post Office and Ardmore Public Library.
South Ardmore Park, partially in Ardmore and partially in Wynnewood, is a large park that includes multiple baseball fields, a basketball court, tennis courts, a playground and walking trails. There are additional recreation areas on Ardmore Avenue.
Residential Real Estate in Ardmore has a wider range of values than most Main Line towns from large expensive estates to modestly priced row houses.