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Overview of Broomall

Broomall, Pa., is in Marple Township and Delaware County, which is situated in the eastern region of the state. It is located roughly 13 miles west of Philadelphia, along Interstate 476. For more than 300 years, the area has developed from a small community of farmers to a vibrant town with approximately 10,700 residents. Families looking for Broomall apartments for rent will be happy to find this tight-knit community with close proximity to many attractions.

Living in Broomall, PA

The Broomall area was founded in 1683 by a group of Quakers from the Cheshire region of England. The town began as a large farming community and did not see much growth until after World War II. Marple Township evolved into a suburban community with the construction of roads, development of public transportation options and the invention of the automobile.

Broomall remains a quaint community to this day, but residents enjoy easy access to all the amenities of Marple Township and Delaware County. The neighborhood is home to Marple Township Building and Marple Township Library. The Marple Newton Recreation Department is instrumental in organizing activities for residents of all ages. It offers youth sports leagues, education programs, cultural programs and community trips. The town is located within five miles of four hospitals and within 10 miles of three Amtrak stations. There are several higher education institutions nearby, including Delaware County Community College and Villanova University.

Broomall Attractions & Special Events

Residents and visitors can look to the Delaware County Historical Society to learn more about Broomall and the county. The society offers glimpses into the area's rich past, and has preserved its history for more than 115 years. The building that houses the society was built in 1907 and was formerly a bank. It also houses a historical museum, which has several exhibits each year.

Residents living in Broomall apartments have a wide array of cultural activities and sports games to enjoy as the town is positioned near numerous local colleges and bustling Philadelphia. On almost any night, the locals can choose between museums, professional sporting events, theater performances and much more.

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