riginally named Athensville in 1853, the village was renamed Ardmore in 1873 by the Pennsylvania Railroad. In 1791, Lancaster Pike was a busy narrow dirt road. Today, this same route is a busy commercial sector of Ardmore. In 1926, Suburban Square was developed. Today, Suburban Square is a favorite location for upscale shopping.
Ardmore is located within Lower Merion and Haverford Townships. Lower Merion Township and Haverford Township provide residents of Ardmore with outstanding public school systems and public services. Lower Merion High School and Lower Merion Administrative Offices are located in Ardmore.
Parks and Recreations facilities are located throughout the village. Ardmore is a beautiful residential community, easily accessible to Philadelphia. Beautiful homes and a strong local civic association make Ardmore a desired location on the Main Line.
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