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Overview of Wynnewood

Wynnewood is a relatively small unincorporated community in southeastern Pennsylvania, approximately seven miles northwest of Philadelphia and eight miles southeast of Wayne. The neighborhood is in Montgomery County and is part of the Lower Merion Township. Wynnewood apartments for rent are excellent options for joining the population of nearly 14,000 residents.

Residents have easy access to major nearby roads, including Interstate 476 and 76, which line each side of the town. Philadelphia International Airport is also nearby, roughly 12 miles south of town.

Living in Wynnewood, PA

According to the Wynnewood Civic Association, Wynnewood is difficult to define geographically due to the fact that the post office, election board, and the civic association all use different boundaries. The neighborhood received its name after Dr. Thomas Wynne.

The Wynnewood Civic Association, one of many civic organizations that are involved in keeping Wynnewood an attractive place to live, describes the Wynnewood neighborhood as "a very special place," with streets that are lined with mature trees, a scenic viewshed, and wooded enclaves. Residents can take advantage of quiet living with many amenities to enjoy, including pedestrian-friendly shopping areas, a thriving business district, paved sidewalks, and easy access to public transportation.

Today, Wynnewood is primarily a well-developed residential community, with a clearly-defined commercial segment.

Wynnewood Attractions and Special Events

There are numerous attractions and things to do for people living in Wynnewood apartments to take advantage of. There are numerous area landmarks that have been preserved to this day, including the Owen House, which is also known as Penn Cottage. The house is made from stone and was built on 442 acres of land that were purchased by Robert Owen in 1695. The house historically served as a court due to its large size.

Residents can also head to Shortridge Park for prime outdoor recreation. The park is part of the Lower Merion Park system and sits alongside Indian Creek.

To find your next rental apartment or house in Wynnewood, take a look at our listings on Rent.com®.