Both beautiful and exclusive, Bryn Mawr is located in the Lower Merion Township. It is the heart of the Main Line — upscale suburbs bordering Philadelphia. It is also home of Bryn Mawr College, established in 1885.
One of the Seven Sister Colleges, a group of seven prestigious liberal arts colleges historically for women, Bryn Mawr was founded by Quakers in 1885.
13 miles northwest of Philadelphia, Bryn Mawr commuters have access to Amtrak and SEPTA (Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority), making their commute fast and easy.
Lower Marion was first settled in 1682 by Welsh Quakers, and several of the buildings date back to the 17th century. Today, nature parks take up 665 acres. In Bryn Mawr, there are two arboretums and the new Cynwyd Heritage Trail, as well.
With historical buildings, several parks, excellent schools, and events such as a farmer’s market and outdoor concert series, Bryn Mawr is a desirable apartment renting location.