Living in Merion Station, PA

Merion Station, Pennsylvania, is part of the famed “Main Line,” a collection of wealthy Philadelphia suburbs that were originally built along the Pennsylvania Railroad Main Line. Today, Merion Station offers a quiet, relaxing atmosphere filled with plenty of opportunities for family and outdoor activities. Residents enjoy the area’s many playgrounds, golf courses, swimming pools, and parks, all while living close to the heart of the city.

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Things to Do in Merion Station

In addition to the many parks and recreation options maintained by Lower Merion Township, residents can enjoy the outdoors at Merion Golf Club. Considered one of the best courses in the country, this course has served several times as a host to the U.S. Open. For nature lovers, a trip to Merion Botanical Park is a must. Visitors can learn about the different species of plant life via QR codes located on the specimens. The Barnes Arboretum is another favorite place to relax and enjoy the area’s natural beauty. Containing over 2,500 varieties of trees and plants, residents love strolling through arboretum and soaking in the peaceful setting.

In addition to the arboretum, the Barnes Foundation also houses a world-class art museum. Founded in 1922, the museum features collections from some of the best post-impressionist and early modern artists, including Renoir, Matisse, and Picasso; antiquities, including Native American ceramics and African sculptures, can also be found here. Merion Station itself is also home to historical treasures. One such attraction is a home on Merion Road that was recently discovered to have been the home of the von Trapp family of “The Sound of Music” fame.

Merion Botanical Park in Merion Station, PA

Merion Station, PA, Real Estate

Many residents flock toMerion Station to enjoy living near everything Philadelphia has to offer, while having the ample space and peace afforded by a suburb. Merion Station is home to many Tudor, Victorian and Mediterranean estates on large lots; large Colonials with airy sunrooms and detailed stone work can also be found in Merion Station. For those who prefer more compact living, Merion also has a number of condos for sale, including those in Yorklynne Manor, a Tudor-style complex.

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Transportation in Merion Station

When it comes to outdoor activities, Merion Station residents don’t stop at golf; they’re also big on walking and biking. To keep up with the demand, Lower Merion Township is constructing a series of pedestrian and bike paths that will link parks and the Schuylkill River with neighboring towns. Once completed, the pedestrian paths will cover 68 miles, while the bicycle paths will contain over 46 miles of bike routes. 

Commuting to Philadelphia is a breeze, with SEPTA often being the fastest mode of transportation. Commuters who choose to drive can make it into the city via either surface streets or I-76E. Similarly,Philadelphia International Airport is less than 10 miles away via Cobbs Creek Parkway.


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  • Golfers have the opportunity to play on a world famous course that has been host to several U.S. Opens.
  • The Merion Tribute House began as a community center shortly after World War I. Today it serves as a popular wedding and event venue.

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Merion Station Real Estate at a Glance

  • 11 Homes Sold*
  • 120 Avg. Days on Market*
  • $556,950 Median Price*

*over last 3 months

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