Sunday, April 20, 2014
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Town By Town

Visit Rose Valley and you've journeyed to a Delaware County borough so small, most people who pass through don't even know they've been there.
SKIPPACK TOWNSHIP This historic community is a blend of old and new, with a quaint village and a state park added for good measure. Alan J. Heavens' Town by Town in Sunday Business
Can we get away with calling Skippack "New Hope on the Perkiomen"? Maybe not, although residents, especially those who sell real estate, say the Montgomery County township is beginning to resemble that popular Bucks County destination.
Warminster may not be widely known as a garden spot, but the Bucks County town is, without question, an important spot for the nation's gardeners.
East Greenwich may have an abundance of new construction, yet there's a part of it along Kings Highway that's much older.
Once some folks move to Philadelphia's Mount Airy neighborhood, they seem to find it difficult to leave.
Based on buyers of the houses under construction at Toll Bros.' Liseter master-planned community, Brian Therrin is confident in saying that Newtown Township, Delaware County, is "an extension of the Main Line."
It's not surprising that Ambler has joined the growing list of Pennsylvania boroughs emerging from a postindustrial-era slumber.
If you're looking for a place that defines "smart growth," look no further than Chesterfield Township.
One in a continuing series spotlighting real estate markets in the region's communities. Of all the reemerging boroughs in the Philadelphia area, Phoenixville may be the coolest, and not just because the Colonial Theatre remains "healthfully air conditioned."
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