Originally known as the Village of Wissahickon, Ambler took its name in 1869, in honor of the area's local hero Mary Johnson Ambler. Today, the borough of Ambler maintains it's rich history, while embracing its small town charm. Ambler Borough and Downtown Ambler is a wonderful place to live and play. Downtown Ambler, is home to Ambler Theater, which was beautifully restored. The renovation of the original front section of the auditorium began March, 2007. It reopened October 5, 2007 with the film Into the Wild.
Visit Ambler Borough Information for local events and community information along with helpful information about the Wissahickon School District. Ambler Borough is great for those who love the ease of enjoying local eateries and pubs, and Ambler Station Septa Regional Rail.
Located less that 20 miles from Philadelphia, Ambler offers residents easy access to big city amenities. As Philadelphia was the first capital and cultural center in the nation, later being replaced by Washington, D.C. and NYC, it still maintains its interests in arts and culture. Currently, Philadelphia remains a large port and industrial center, as part of the economic corridor stretching from Boston to D.C.
Along with such access to "Philly," Ambler is a charming business center, full of curb appeal. Featuring award winning entertainment, shops and businesses, and plenty of dining options, Ambler's Main Street is one of the areas hot spots.
The downtown area is full of fitness studios, designers, architects, bakeries, florists, and shops. Check out my list of Top Picks Here!
Here is a list of other businesses you can expect to see downtown Ambler:
Ambler Main Street hosts many events throughout the year that you can look forward to. Here is a list of events to mark on your calendar:
Real estate is known to be some of the most expensive in the state of Pennsylvania. Of the current population of over 6,000 people, many people use the train to commute to their jobs in surrounding cities. The average listing price of a home in Ambler is $314,300. As Ambler is a historical town, you can find a variety of home styles and designs.
Looking to purchase a home in Ambler or a surrounding community? Contact Marion Freedman today! As an area expert, I educate and inform my clients on the changing market trends, to ensure best home buying decisions. If you are looking to sell your Ambler, PA home, my knowledge of the real estate market, along with my communication skills and experience working with a variety of homes, allows me to best help home buyers and sellers.
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