trafford is a beautiful residential community located partly in Tredyffrin Township, Chester County and partly in Radnor Township, Delaware County. Students attend Easttown/ Tredyffrin Township and Radnor Township school districts.

The Old Eagle School is a notable historical location in Strafford. The school was established in 1788 as a genera meetinghouse for religious and educational purposes. Next to the Old Eagle School rests a graveyard that contains graves of local residents and soldiers who died at Valley Forge during the winter of 1777-1778.

Along Route 30 Main Line residents enjoy superb shopping. The Shops of Spread Eagle Village is an enclave of upscale boutiques located in the heart of Strafford.

The historic Strafford Station was constructed in the Eastlake or Stick architectural style popular from 1855 to 1877. Across from the Strafford Station is Cramond, built in 1886. The mansion was built for Daniel S. Newhall, a Pennsylvania Railroad Executive. The site was selected for its commanding view of Strafford Station.


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