The Weekly Farmers Market from May through October makes it easy to get the freshest local produce and goodies.
Lansdowne is a suburban Philadelphia community of historic churches, spectacular schools, turn-of-the-century Victorian homes, and several examples of work by the renowned architect Frank Furness. It offers the best of old and new, making it the perfect place to relax and enjoy living.
Housing is a diverse mix that includes modest apartments, luxury condominiums, and classic single-family, row, and twin homes on tree-lined streets. Home prices in Lansdowne range from $125,000 to $400,000, with residential rents ranging from $700 to $1,200.
Lansdowne’s character, community, and commitment to civic engagement are what set it apart. On weeknights, residents regularly volunteer to lend a hand in making Lansdowne a thriving community through one of its many neighborhood or community organizations. Weekends can be spent sight-seeing, shopping, taking in some of its many cultural opportunities, or enjoying open space in one of Lansdowne’s nine lush parks.
When it comes to everyday errands, those too are easy. Shopping is simple. The borough is home to numerous commercial corridors that feature grocery markets, health food stores, dry cleaners, and more. Just outside the borough, you’ll find a Giant Supermarket and the famous “Golden Mile” along Baltimore Pike, which offers major retailers of all shapes and sizes.
And if you can’t find what you’re looking for in Lansdowne, remember Philadelphia isn’t too far away. Served by SEPTA’s Elwyn Regional Rail Line, residents regularly make the trip into Philadelphia for work or whim.