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302 DEVON COURT
302 Devon Court
Montgomeryville, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,475
2768 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
DESCRIPTION: Very well maintained 3 bedroom 2.
1 Unit Available
913 Susan Cir
913 Susan Circle
Montgomeryville, PA
4 Bedrooms
$2,400
2280 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 09:50 AM
Gorgeous 4BR/3.
Results within 1 mile of Montgomeryville
1 Unit Available
203 WARWICK WAY
203 Warwick Way
Montgomery County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,150
1988 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Don't miss this opportunity to rent in desirable Hampton Green community in North Wales. This 3 bedroom, 2.
1 Unit Available
3702 ELIZABETHS COURT
3702 Elizabeth's Court
Montgomery County, PA
2 Bedrooms
$1,550
1184 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Beautifully well maintained condo in the much desired Montgomery Place. This home features 2Br 1.5Ba, tastefully updated, immaculately-kept home offering low maintenance living and convenient amenities including a fitness center, clubhouse and pool.
1 Unit Available
1605 NAOMIS COURT
1605 Naomi's Court
Montgomery County, PA
2 Bedrooms
$1,750
1244 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 1605 NAOMIS COURT in Montgomery County. View photos, descriptions and more!
Results within 5 miles of Montgomeryville
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15 Units Available
The New Willowyck Apartment Homes
1 Marlbrook Lane
Lansdale, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,481
979 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,759
1303 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Welcome to the NEW Willowyck Apartment Homes. Our majestic tree-lined community offers newly renovated 1, 2 and 3-bedroom apartments and ranch-style homes.
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4 Units Available
Madison Lansdale Station
325 Madison St
Lansdale, PA
Studio
$1,450
637 sqft
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,918
1071 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
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15 Units Available
Montgomery Manor
2701 Elroy Road
Hatfield, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,345
719 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,585
1033 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:48 PM
Near routes 309 and 202, this community offers convenient access to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Residents have access to a community pool and resident clubhouse. Units feature fully equipped kitchens with breakfast bar and maple cabinets.
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5 Units Available
Crossings at Stanbridge
38 Jenkins Ave
Lansdale, PA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,017
608 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,354
835 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:47 PM
Newly renovated Landsdale mid-rise close to highways 202 and 309 and within walking distance to public transportation. Amenities and features include a new gym, hardwood floors, storage facilities and on-site laundry.
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7 Units Available
Forge Gate Apartments
1141 Snyder Rd
Lansdale, PA
1 Bedroom
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2 Bedrooms
$1,385
1021 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:47 PM
Stylish apartments with extra storage and garbage disposal. Fully furnished. Ample onsite amenities, including a sparkling pool, dog park, and courtyard. Close to the Pennsylvania Turnpike. Near Pennbrook Middle School.
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1 Unit Available
Heritage Pointe
414 Dover Drive
Chalfont, PA
1 Bedroom
$2,025
1156 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:08 PM
Offering 32 pet-friendly apartments in one-, two-, and three-bedroom floorplans, this development offers a series of amenities including cathedral ceilings, finished basements, additional storage spaces, and more.
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1 Unit Available
Longford Apartments
352 Valleybrook Rd
Ambler, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,130
715 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 06:04 PM
Cozy homes with a patio/balcony, new appliances and air conditioning. 24-hour emergency maintenance available. Gather with friends in the courtyard. Close to Ambler rail station. By Cedarbrook Country Club and Loch Alsh Park.
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21 Units Available
The Point at Pennbrook Station
100 Reading Cir
Lansdale, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,533
804 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,578
1182 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 05:31 PM
Located a stone's throw away from Pennbrook Station, offering convenient access to Philadelphia's city center. Apartments feature hardwood floors, granite counters and roomy walk-in closets.
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18 Units Available
Hunt Club
10 Hunt Club Trl
North Wales, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,406
739 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,587
941 sqft
3 Bedrooms
$1,981
1101 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:01 PM
Located just off Route 63 and a half mile from English Village Shopping Center, The Hunt Club offers spacious apartment homes in North Wales, PA.
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13 Units Available
Silk Factory Lofts
200 S Line St
Lansdale, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,397
729 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,726
1114 sqft
3 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 05:01 PM
Located in the heart of Lansdale, Pennsylvania, Silk Factory Lofts offer an irresistible lifestyle set in a historic landmark building. Our open loft-style apartments feature oversized windows, high ceilings and modern kitchens.
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10 Units Available
The Addison
700 Lower State Rd
North Wales, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,283
750 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,467
972 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 02:23 PM
The Addison is perfectly situated in Horsham Township and is adjacent to the well-known Shoppes at English Village.
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58 Units Available
Hatfield Village
2058 Maple Ave
Hatfield, PA
Studio
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1 Bedroom
$1,000
625 sqft
2 Bedrooms
$1,250
850 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 10:37 AM
Residents have access to an onsite gym, pool, and tennis court. Units offer a full range of appliances and a private patio or balcony. Moments from the dining and shopping along Broad Street.
1 Unit Available
405 Haywood Road
405 Haywood Road
Ambler, PA
3 Bedrooms
$2,250
1404 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 06:43 PM
Make this charming 3 bedroom 1.
1 Unit Available
321 SWARTLEY ROAD
321 Swartley Road
Bucks County, PA
4 Bedrooms
$3,500
4408 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Enter the double doors to a stunning vaulted ceiling and living room with hardwood staircase. Kitchen is fully loaded and roomy for large gatherings. Soaring great room surrounded by walls of windows and doors to picturesque back yard.
1 Unit Available
1001 TOWAMENCIN AVENUE
1001 Towamencin Ave
Montgomery County, PA
1 Bedroom
$1,698
758 sqft
2 Bedrooms
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Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
This is a third floor apartment in a building with elevator service.
1 Unit Available
857 JACKSON STREET
857 Jackson Street
Montgomery County, PA
2 Bedrooms
$1,695
1333 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
This two bedroom two and a half bath townhome has newer carpets and is neutrally painted.
1 Unit Available
431 NORMA ROAD
431 Norma Road
Montgomery County, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,950
1044 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Welcome to 431 Norma Road located in an amazing neighborhood of Ambler. Enjoy the yard and front porch during the late summer and fall days. In door there is a family room for entertaining with views of yard. Three bedrooms and 1.5 baths.
1 Unit Available
805 WEDGEWOOD DRIVE
805 Wedgewood Drive
Lansdale, PA
3 Bedrooms
$1,499
1492 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Find studio, 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments for rent at 805 WEDGEWOOD DRIVE in Lansdale. View photos, descriptions and more!
1 Unit Available
21 BRADFORD AVENUE
21 Bradford Ave
Bucks County, PA
5 Bedrooms
$2,800
2400 sqft
Last updated September 26 at 05:58 PM
Quality built Solid stone 2400 sq ft 5 BR 2 full bath Cape Colonial on 1 acre private lot near Bradford dam. Oak Hardwood floors throughout. Formal Living Room, Dining Room, Huge Eat in Kitchen, full basement with outside egress.
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City Guide

Montgomeryville
"It was just after dark when the truck started down / the hill that leads into Scranton Pennsylvania. / Carrying thirty thousand pounds of bananas. / Carrying thirty thousand pounds of bananas." -- "30,000 Pounds of Banana" by Harry Chapin
"It was just after dark when the truck started down / the hill that leads into Scranton Pennsylvania. / Carrying thirty thousand pounds of bananas. / Carrying thirty thousand pounds of bananas." -- "30,000 Pounds of Banana" by Harry Chapin

One of Philadelphia's top suburbs, Montgomeryville is a mix of commercial and residential buildings. Centered along the Route 309 corridor, it is busy, with lots of folks coming in and out of the area throughout the day. It is bustling during the day, one of the retail centers of the region, and quiet by night. Montgomeryville continues to grow, as people rediscover the suburbs and move out from the big cities.

Moving to Montgomeryville

Montgomeryville is easy to get to, with Routes 309, 202 and 463 all connecting in Montgomeryville. SEPTA also runs a handful of bus routes into, around, and out of town, as well as commuter rail service to nearby Lansdale and Doylestown. With the Pennsylvania Turnpike accessible in a number of spots nearby, this all make Montgomeryville a well-connected town. It's easy to get there, and easy to get around the region if that's where you live -- perfect for folks looking to work and play all over.

The main types of housing available in Montgomeryville are single detached homes and townhouses. There's a small percentage of apartment buildings, with few and far in between. If you opt for a house rather than an apartment, you'll have plenty of room since most homes have three to four bedrooms.

You'll need to start your search for an apartment for rent in Montgomeryville long before you need to move -- the vast majority of homes in the area are owner-occupied, and of the remaining renter-occupied units, there are rarely vacancies. This means you'll want to have your i's dotted and your t's crossed before you step foot in the first two-bedroom apartment you check out. Have up to three months rent set aside for your security deposit, as well as a handful of recent pay stubs and a list of references, with all necessary information.

Moving to Montgomeryville
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Montgomeryville is easy to get to, with Routes 309, 202 and 463 all connecting in Montgomeryville. SEPTA also runs a handful of bus routes into, around, and out of town, as well as commuter rail service to nearby Lansdale and Doylestown. With the Pennsylvania Turnpike accessible in a number of spots nearby, this all make Montgomeryville a well-connected town. It's easy to get there, and easy to get around the region if that's where you live -- perfect for folks looking to work and play all over.

The main types of housing available in Montgomeryville are single detached homes and townhouses. There's a small percentage of apartment buildings, with few and far in between. If you opt for a house rather than an apartment, you'll have plenty of room since most homes have three to four bedrooms.

You'll need to start your search for an apartment for rent in Montgomeryville long before you need to move -- the vast majority of homes in the area are owner-occupied, and of the remaining renter-occupied units, there are rarely vacancies. This means you'll want to have your i's dotted and your t's crossed before you step foot in the first two-bedroom apartment you check out. Have up to three months rent set aside for your security deposit, as well as a handful of recent pay stubs and a list of references, with all necessary information.

Neighborhoods in Montgomeryville

In terms of neighborhoods, one neighborhood in Montgomeryville isn't much different from another. The biggest difference is between the north end and the south end.

North Montgomeryville: The north end tends to be older homes, single-family or townhouse complexes with the occasional apartment building or complex. If you are looking at one-bedroom apartments or two-bedroom apartments, this is where you'll want to look. The PineCrest Country Club and Spring Valley Park are in this neighborhood.

South Montgomeryville: The south end of Montgomeryville is almost exclusively single-family units. You might find rental homes in the south end, but they are rare. But the best part of living in this area is that the Montgomery Mall is here.

Neighborhoods in Montgomeryville
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In terms of neighborhoods, one neighborhood in Montgomeryville isn't much different from another. The biggest difference is between the north end and the south end.

North Montgomeryville: The north end tends to be older homes, single-family or townhouse complexes with the occasional apartment building or complex. If you are looking at one-bedroom apartments or two-bedroom apartments, this is where you'll want to look. The PineCrest Country Club and Spring Valley Park are in this neighborhood.

South Montgomeryville: The south end of Montgomeryville is almost exclusively single-family units. You might find rental homes in the south end, but they are rare. But the best part of living in this area is that the Montgomery Mall is here.

Living in Montgomeryville

Transportation

To begin with, you'll need a car to get around Montgomeryville. Walking is inconvenient at best, and can be downright dangerous given the high speeds and heavy traffic on some of the roads. You don't want to try to cross Route 309 or 202 at night on foot. As mentioned before, there is some public transportation, but nowhere near the level as most urban areas -- you don't want to have your schedule dependent on the SEPTA bus routes, as they don't always to keep to their expected schedule.

Activities

There is no shortage of things to do in Montgomeryville if you enjoy shopping or eating out. Route 309, which runs through the middle of the town, is lined with major national chain stores, and is a destination for people from around the region for services and shopping. At the bottom end of the strip is the Montgomery Mall, one of the largest retail centers in Pennsylvania. It's lacking in local artisans, although there are a handful of small, locally-owned shops that are mixed in, including garages and even Keystone Homebrew Supply for those who want to brew their own beverages at home.

Local Eats

The suburban sprawl is full of restaurants, with a lot of American chain restaurants taking up space. But luck for you, there are a few restaurants in town. There's Ooka Restaurant, which serves up a delicious clam miso soup, Bull Restaurant & Tavern, Gimaro Seafood & Steakhouse and Michael's Family Restaurant. If you want more Indian, Asian, and more, you'll have to look in the neighboring towns of Lansdale, North Wales, and Doylestown. So get adventurous and go visit Tex-Mex in North Wales, Nadia Thai or Umai Japanese in Lansdale. Afterwards, you can come back to Montgomeryville and catch a late movie at the 12-screen Frank Theaters, or below town at the 309 AMC Cinemas, on one of their nine screens.

Outdoors

Golfers will be happy with Montgomeryville and the surrounding area -- PineCrest Country Club is within the town's borders, while you've got Twin Woods to the North and Limekiln and more to the south. If you've got a different idea of shooting, check out Target World on the border with Chalfont, with their indoor pistol, rifle, and archery range. The only other options for outdoor play in Montgomeryville comes in the form of Spring Valley Park, which is great for playing sports but not for much else. As with everything else, if you're willing to head out of town, there are a number of parks in the area, including Peace Valley Park. This large park is part of the Bucks County Park System and contains Lake Galena, home to canoeing, boating, fishing, hiking, and more. In the winter, you can even go ice skating or cut a hole in the ice for some ice fishing.

Shopping

Unfortunately, that pretty much sums up what there is to do in Montgomeryville. However, the neighboring towns do have plenty of options in terms of local shopping, local restaurants, and activities. If you're looking for a farmer's market with local produce, the Lansdale Farmer's Market has you covered. Winery fan? Check out Boyd's Country Hollow Winery in North Wales, or head out to Chalfont's award-winning Peace Valley Winery. Lansdale is also home to two up-and-coming craft breweries in Prism and Round Guys, and hosts the Lansdale Beer Tasting Festival.

Montgomeryville is safe and quiet, with an incident rate of roughly 9 property or violent crimes per 10,000 residents -- low for the area and for the state. So let's check off the boxes: safe, pretty and clean, with all the amenities you need. What more could you want in a place to live?

Living in Montgomeryville
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Transportation

To begin with, you'll need a car to get around Montgomeryville. Walking is inconvenient at best, and can be downright dangerous given the high speeds and heavy traffic on some of the roads. You don't want to try to cross Route 309 or 202 at night on foot. As mentioned before, there is some public transportation, but nowhere near the level as most urban areas -- you don't want to have your schedule dependent on the SEPTA bus routes, as they don't always to keep to their expected schedule.

Activities

There is no shortage of things to do in Montgomeryville if you enjoy shopping or eating out. Route 309, which runs through the middle of the town, is lined with major national chain stores, and is a destination for people from around the region for services and shopping. At the bottom end of the strip is the Montgomery Mall, one of the largest retail centers in Pennsylvania. It's lacking in local artisans, although there are a handful of small, locally-owned shops that are mixed in, including garages and even Keystone Homebrew Supply for those who want to brew their own beverages at home.

Local Eats

The suburban sprawl is full of restaurants, with a lot of American chain restaurants taking up space. But luck for you, there are a few restaurants in town. There's Ooka Restaurant, which serves up a delicious clam miso soup, Bull Restaurant & Tavern, Gimaro Seafood & Steakhouse and Michael's Family Restaurant. If you want more Indian, Asian, and more, you'll have to look in the neighboring towns of Lansdale, North Wales, and Doylestown. So get adventurous and go visit Tex-Mex in North Wales, Nadia Thai or Umai Japanese in Lansdale. Afterwards, you can come back to Montgomeryville and catch a late movie at the 12-screen Frank Theaters, or below town at the 309 AMC Cinemas, on one of their nine screens.

Outdoors

Golfers will be happy with Montgomeryville and the surrounding area -- PineCrest Country Club is within the town's borders, while you've got Twin Woods to the North and Limekiln and more to the south. If you've got a different idea of shooting, check out Target World on the border with Chalfont, with their indoor pistol, rifle, and archery range. The only other options for outdoor play in Montgomeryville comes in the form of Spring Valley Park, which is great for playing sports but not for much else. As with everything else, if you're willing to head out of town, there are a number of parks in the area, including Peace Valley Park. This large park is part of the Bucks County Park System and contains Lake Galena, home to canoeing, boating, fishing, hiking, and more. In the winter, you can even go ice skating or cut a hole in the ice for some ice fishing.

Shopping

Unfortunately, that pretty much sums up what there is to do in Montgomeryville. However, the neighboring towns do have plenty of options in terms of local shopping, local restaurants, and activities. If you're looking for a farmer's market with local produce, the Lansdale Farmer's Market has you covered. Winery fan? Check out Boyd's Country Hollow Winery in North Wales, or head out to Chalfont's award-winning Peace Valley Winery. Lansdale is also home to two up-and-coming craft breweries in Prism and Round Guys, and hosts the Lansdale Beer Tasting Festival.

Montgomeryville is safe and quiet, with an incident rate of roughly 9 property or violent crimes per 10,000 residents -- low for the area and for the state. So let's check off the boxes: safe, pretty and clean, with all the amenities you need. What more could you want in a place to live?

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Montgomeryville
"It was just after dark when the truck started down / the hill that leads into Scranton Pennsylvania. / Carrying thirty thousand pounds of bananas. / Carrying thirty thousand pounds of bananas." -- "30,000 Pounds of Banana" by Harry Chapin
"It was just after dark when the truck started down / the hill that leads into Scranton Pennsylvania. / Carrying thirty thousand pounds of bananas. / Carrying thirty thousand pounds of bananas." -- "30,000 Pounds of Banana" by Harry Chapin

One of Philadelphia's top suburbs, Montgomeryville is a mix of commercial and residential buildings. Centered along the Route 309 corridor, it is busy, with lots of folks coming in and out of the area throughout the day. It is bustling during the day, one of the retail centers of the region, and quiet by night. Montgomeryville continues to grow, as people rediscover the suburbs and move out from the big cities.

Moving to Montgomeryville

Montgomeryville is easy to get to, with Routes 309, 202 and 463 all connecting in Montgomeryville. SEPTA also runs a handful of bus routes into, around, and out of town, as well as commuter rail service to nearby Lansdale and Doylestown. With the Pennsylvania Turnpike accessible in a number of spots nearby, this all make Montgomeryville a well-connected town. It's easy to get there, and easy to get around the region if that's where you live -- perfect for folks looking to work and play all over.

The main types of housing available in Montgomeryville are single detached homes and townhouses. There's a small percentage of apartment buildings, with few and far in between. If you opt for a house rather than an apartment, you'll have plenty of room since most homes have three to four bedrooms.

You'll need to start your search for an apartment for rent in Montgomeryville long before you need to move -- the vast majority of homes in the area are owner-occupied, and of the remaining renter-occupied units, there are rarely vacancies. This means you'll want to have your i's dotted and your t's crossed before you step foot in the first two-bedroom apartment you check out. Have up to three months rent set aside for your security deposit, as well as a handful of recent pay stubs and a list of references, with all necessary information.

Moving to Montgomeryville
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Montgomeryville is easy to get to, with Routes 309, 202 and 463 all connecting in Montgomeryville. SEPTA also runs a handful of bus routes into, around, and out of town, as well as commuter rail service to nearby Lansdale and Doylestown. With the Pennsylvania Turnpike accessible in a number of spots nearby, this all make Montgomeryville a well-connected town. It's easy to get there, and easy to get around the region if that's where you live -- perfect for folks looking to work and play all over.

The main types of housing available in Montgomeryville are single detached homes and townhouses. There's a small percentage of apartment buildings, with few and far in between. If you opt for a house rather than an apartment, you'll have plenty of room since most homes have three to four bedrooms.

You'll need to start your search for an apartment for rent in Montgomeryville long before you need to move -- the vast majority of homes in the area are owner-occupied, and of the remaining renter-occupied units, there are rarely vacancies. This means you'll want to have your i's dotted and your t's crossed before you step foot in the first two-bedroom apartment you check out. Have up to three months rent set aside for your security deposit, as well as a handful of recent pay stubs and a list of references, with all necessary information.

Neighborhoods in Montgomeryville

In terms of neighborhoods, one neighborhood in Montgomeryville isn't much different from another. The biggest difference is between the north end and the south end.

North Montgomeryville: The north end tends to be older homes, single-family or townhouse complexes with the occasional apartment building or complex. If you are looking at one-bedroom apartments or two-bedroom apartments, this is where you'll want to look. The PineCrest Country Club and Spring Valley Park are in this neighborhood.

South Montgomeryville: The south end of Montgomeryville is almost exclusively single-family units. You might find rental homes in the south end, but they are rare. But the best part of living in this area is that the Montgomery Mall is here.

Neighborhoods in Montgomeryville
+

In terms of neighborhoods, one neighborhood in Montgomeryville isn't much different from another. The biggest difference is between the north end and the south end.

North Montgomeryville: The north end tends to be older homes, single-family or townhouse complexes with the occasional apartment building or complex. If you are looking at one-bedroom apartments or two-bedroom apartments, this is where you'll want to look. The PineCrest Country Club and Spring Valley Park are in this neighborhood.

South Montgomeryville: The south end of Montgomeryville is almost exclusively single-family units. You might find rental homes in the south end, but they are rare. But the best part of living in this area is that the Montgomery Mall is here.

Living in Montgomeryville

Transportation

To begin with, you'll need a car to get around Montgomeryville. Walking is inconvenient at best, and can be downright dangerous given the high speeds and heavy traffic on some of the roads. You don't want to try to cross Route 309 or 202 at night on foot. As mentioned before, there is some public transportation, but nowhere near the level as most urban areas -- you don't want to have your schedule dependent on the SEPTA bus routes, as they don't always to keep to their expected schedule.

Activities

There is no shortage of things to do in Montgomeryville if you enjoy shopping or eating out. Route 309, which runs through the middle of the town, is lined with major national chain stores, and is a destination for people from around the region for services and shopping. At the bottom end of the strip is the Montgomery Mall, one of the largest retail centers in Pennsylvania. It's lacking in local artisans, although there are a handful of small, locally-owned shops that are mixed in, including garages and even Keystone Homebrew Supply for those who want to brew their own beverages at home.

Local Eats

The suburban sprawl is full of restaurants, with a lot of American chain restaurants taking up space. But luck for you, there are a few restaurants in town. There's Ooka Restaurant, which serves up a delicious clam miso soup, Bull Restaurant & Tavern, Gimaro Seafood & Steakhouse and Michael's Family Restaurant. If you want more Indian, Asian, and more, you'll have to look in the neighboring towns of Lansdale, North Wales, and Doylestown. So get adventurous and go visit Tex-Mex in North Wales, Nadia Thai or Umai Japanese in Lansdale. Afterwards, you can come back to Montgomeryville and catch a late movie at the 12-screen Frank Theaters, or below town at the 309 AMC Cinemas, on one of their nine screens.

Outdoors

Golfers will be happy with Montgomeryville and the surrounding area -- PineCrest Country Club is within the town's borders, while you've got Twin Woods to the North and Limekiln and more to the south. If you've got a different idea of shooting, check out Target World on the border with Chalfont, with their indoor pistol, rifle, and archery range. The only other options for outdoor play in Montgomeryville comes in the form of Spring Valley Park, which is great for playing sports but not for much else. As with everything else, if you're willing to head out of town, there are a number of parks in the area, including Peace Valley Park. This large park is part of the Bucks County Park System and contains Lake Galena, home to canoeing, boating, fishing, hiking, and more. In the winter, you can even go ice skating or cut a hole in the ice for some ice fishing.

Shopping

Unfortunately, that pretty much sums up what there is to do in Montgomeryville. However, the neighboring towns do have plenty of options in terms of local shopping, local restaurants, and activities. If you're looking for a farmer's market with local produce, the Lansdale Farmer's Market has you covered. Winery fan? Check out Boyd's Country Hollow Winery in North Wales, or head out to Chalfont's award-winning Peace Valley Winery. Lansdale is also home to two up-and-coming craft breweries in Prism and Round Guys, and hosts the Lansdale Beer Tasting Festival.

Montgomeryville is safe and quiet, with an incident rate of roughly 9 property or violent crimes per 10,000 residents -- low for the area and for the state. So let's check off the boxes: safe, pretty and clean, with all the amenities you need. What more could you want in a place to live?

Living in Montgomeryville
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Transportation

To begin with, you'll need a car to get around Montgomeryville. Walking is inconvenient at best, and can be downright dangerous given the high speeds and heavy traffic on some of the roads. You don't want to try to cross Route 309 or 202 at night on foot. As mentioned before, there is some public transportation, but nowhere near the level as most urban areas -- you don't want to have your schedule dependent on the SEPTA bus routes, as they don't always to keep to their expected schedule.

Activities

There is no shortage of things to do in Montgomeryville if you enjoy shopping or eating out. Route 309, which runs through the middle of the town, is lined with major national chain stores, and is a destination for people from around the region for services and shopping. At the bottom end of the strip is the Montgomery Mall, one of the largest retail centers in Pennsylvania. It's lacking in local artisans, although there are a handful of small, locally-owned shops that are mixed in, including garages and even Keystone Homebrew Supply for those who want to brew their own beverages at home.

Local Eats

The suburban sprawl is full of restaurants, with a lot of American chain restaurants taking up space. But luck for you, there are a few restaurants in town. There's Ooka Restaurant, which serves up a delicious clam miso soup, Bull Restaurant & Tavern, Gimaro Seafood & Steakhouse and Michael's Family Restaurant. If you want more Indian, Asian, and more, you'll have to look in the neighboring towns of Lansdale, North Wales, and Doylestown. So get adventurous and go visit Tex-Mex in North Wales, Nadia Thai or Umai Japanese in Lansdale. Afterwards, you can come back to Montgomeryville and catch a late movie at the 12-screen Frank Theaters, or below town at the 309 AMC Cinemas, on one of their nine screens.

Outdoors

Golfers will be happy with Montgomeryville and the surrounding area -- PineCrest Country Club is within the town's borders, while you've got Twin Woods to the North and Limekiln and more to the south. If you've got a different idea of shooting, check out Target World on the border with Chalfont, with their indoor pistol, rifle, and archery range. The only other options for outdoor play in Montgomeryville comes in the form of Spring Valley Park, which is great for playing sports but not for much else. As with everything else, if you're willing to head out of town, there are a number of parks in the area, including Peace Valley Park. This large park is part of the Bucks County Park System and contains Lake Galena, home to canoeing, boating, fishing, hiking, and more. In the winter, you can even go ice skating or cut a hole in the ice for some ice fishing.

Shopping

Unfortunately, that pretty much sums up what there is to do in Montgomeryville. However, the neighboring towns do have plenty of options in terms of local shopping, local restaurants, and activities. If you're looking for a farmer's market with local produce, the Lansdale Farmer's Market has you covered. Winery fan? Check out Boyd's Country Hollow Winery in North Wales, or head out to Chalfont's award-winning Peace Valley Winery. Lansdale is also home to two up-and-coming craft breweries in Prism and Round Guys, and hosts the Lansdale Beer Tasting Festival.

Montgomeryville is safe and quiet, with an incident rate of roughly 9 property or violent crimes per 10,000 residents -- low for the area and for the state. So let's check off the boxes: safe, pretty and clean, with all the amenities you need. What more could you want in a place to live?