Radnor Township includes the towns of Rosemont, Villanova, St. David's, Radnor and Wayne. The land was once home to the Lenni Lenape Indians and was later settled by Welsh Quakers who named it Radnorshire, after their home in Wales. Quaker meetings are still held at Radnor Friends Meetinghouse, dating back to 1718.
Modern day Radnor Township is an affluent residential community. A state of the art township building was recently completed.
Radnor Township's beautiful rolling countryside includes many township playgrounds and parks that are recreational escapes for residents. The Willows, is a beautiful estate managed by the township park and recreation department.
Charming boutiques, department stores and national chains are located in Radnor. Radnor is an attractive location for many corporations.
Radnor's schools have a history of being recognized for their excellence in education. The Radnor Township School District has three elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. Today, the township is also known for private schools, and for being the home of Villanova University, Eastern University and Cabrini College.
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