Niche.com has released its 2017 List of the Best Places to Live in America, and out of the more than 15,000 towns and neighborhoods in the United States, a Montgomery County locale came in ninth place.
According to the rankings – which account for crime, public schools, cost of living, job opportunities, and local amenities – Penn Wynne ranked No. 9.
With a population of 5,568, Penn Wynne’s median home value is $351,100, and the median household income is $104,653, almost twice the national average.
Furthermore, the schools in the Lower Merion School District are the cream of the crop.
In terms of the Best Suburbs to Live in Philadelphia, Penn Wynne trailed only Chesterbrook (Chester County), which ranked second nationally, while Ardmore rated fourth.
Click here to read more about Niche.com’s 2017 Best Places to Live in America.