If you're looking for an apartment in a city that's big on charm and community spirit, you'll find it in Lansdale. Located in Montgomery County, Lansdale was named after Philip Lansdale Fox, the chief surveyor for the Northern Pennsylvania Railroad. The area, formerly an agricultural hub with rolling green hills and rich soil, has four distinct seasons, which means you can enjoy year-round activities from tennis to swimming to skiing.
Lansdale is a community that supports the arts. In fact, the recently completed Lansdale Center for the Performing Arts, located in the Mason's Temple in historic downtown, was designed to showcase and entertain the region. This fall, the center will be home to the renowned Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra. And no matter where you live, your apartment will be close to a city park. In addition to nine major parks and numerous smaller greenspaces that span 125 acres, the borough maintains two swimming pools, tennis courts and fitness trails.
When considering a Lansdale apartment, keep in mind that the borough hosts numerous local festivals and events. The town recently completed a new bandshell at Whites Road Park and hosts an outdoor concert series during the summer at the 33-acre tree-studded park. The town also hosts Music on Main Street, a lunchtime concert series downtown. Check out Weaver Field in Memorial Park to catch a game of Tiger's baseball and feel the thrill of America's favorite pastime. You can also get your fill of local flavor and custom at the annual History House Tour, where you can spend the day immersed in the architecture, decor and history of old Lansdale. Here you'll discover such gems as the Jenkins Homestead, a restored Federalist-style farmstead (and the oldest building in the area).
Discover the charm of Lansdale. You'll find a place where you can grow as well as a wealth of available apartments for rent. And, ApartmentGuide.com can help you along in your search with detailed neighborhood information, maps and listings of apartments for rent.