Narberth is a half square mile borough in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Narberth was incorporated in 1895. The borough is an enclave surrounded by Lower Merion Township. Narberth is considered part of the Main Line with a rail station serviced by Septa's R5. Narberth is known as a walking town, with many of its shopping and recreational facilities within a small distance from residents' homes. The borough is charming and locals boast "if you can't get it in Narberth, do you really need it?" Narberth students attend schools in Lower Merion Township.
Points of interest in Narberth include The Rees-Price House, built in 1803, the home of the Edward R. Price, who founded the town of Elm now known as Narberth. The Bert Bell historic marker honors Bert Bell, founder of the National Football League and local residents who aided in starting the league.
A strong civic association and community are credited with the success of Narberth's independent borough status.
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