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Abington

A business-friendly and historic neighborhood with a healthy variety of recreation.

Welcome to Abington Township

A business-friendly and historic neighborhood with a healthy variety of recreation
 
 
Abington Township is a historic neighborhood in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. As one of the oldest townships in the country, this large town comprises several communities within its borders. It attracts many families and professionals, is very business-friendly, and contains a healthy variety of commercial and residential zones. The properties spread throughout its tree-lined streets are up-to-date and well-maintained.  
 
With great restaurants, seasonal events, community centers, and more, Abington Township is truly a neighborhood that has it all. It is home to Jefferson Abington Hospital and its prime location keeps commuters happy, with major cities like Philadelphia being just a half-hour drive away. Having continuously been named as one of the best places to live in Montgomery County, Abington Township is an excellent place to call home. 
 

What to Love

  • Recreational facilities and community events 
  • A historic neighborhood with a vibrant atmosphere 
  • Delicious restaurants and trendy eateries 
  • A fabulous shopping scene with high-end brands
  • Social centers and live entertainment 
 

Local Lifestyle

Life in Abington Township is fun and convenient. Residents have everything they need within the neighborhood without ever having to stray too far from home, and there are tons of places to attend for recreation and entertainment. A great balance between work and leisure exists, and the quality of life is high in the community. 
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Abington Township, Pennsylvania has a fabulous variety of unique venues and trendy establishments for residents and visitors to enjoy with family and friends. The restaurant scene is loaded with international cuisines and bold flavors served in various settings to accommodate any group. Bonnet Lane Family Restaurant is a staple among locals for its comfortable vibe and delicious comfort food. 
 
Senor Salsa is a great spot to enjoy a Mexican meal, while scrumptious Thai dishes can be found at South Sea Thai Kitchen. Residents also enjoy the classic menu at Vintage Bar and Grill, as well as getting pizza from Roman Delight
 
As far as shopping goes, Abington Township has an awesome selection of stores to choose from. There are a number of national department stores and pharmacies in the neighborhood for general items. There are also several conveniently located supermarkets for groceries nearby, such as Whole Foods Market
 
For most retail shopping, locals head to the magnificent Willow Grove Park Mall. With high-end stores like Bloomingdales and Macy’s in its enormous directory of stores, shoppers can easily find whatever they’re looking for. There are plenty of places to dine in the center, making it a great place to spend a day. 
 

Things to Do

There’s never a shortage of exciting things to do for residents and visitors of Abington Township. The neighborhood is often hosting events to bring the community together, such as the Roslyn Valley Memorial Day Parade, the Roslyn Fall Festival and Car Show, and the Local Boy and Girl Scouts Day. Bucks County is also just a quick drive away, which is often updating its calendar of events with fun festivities. 
 
The Abington Art Center is a staple among residents of all ages for its exhibitions and classes. For those in search of live entertainment, Keswick Theater puts on great shows. The community also has a number of parks and facilities that provide perfect places to unwind. 
 

Schools

Residents of Abington Township have a blend of public and private schools to choose from. Students attend the Abington School District, which is widely recognized across the state for its commitment to academic excellence. 
 
 
 
 

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