Audubon, PA - Real Estate and Community Information

Audubon.jpgLocated in Montgomery County, Audubon is 25 miles north of Philadelphia. Originally established in the 1700's as Shannondale, the village was later renamed Audubon after the renowned artist, author and naturalist, John James Audubon, who resided in the area.

Now a suburb of Philadelphia, Audubon is home to many professionals and offers a variety of housing options for singles and families looking for either their first home or that dream home!  Choices range from historic gems and rowhomes, to large and newer single family residences.  

Audubon is also convenient for shopping and entertainment, being in close proximity to the King of Prussia Mall, outlet shopping and about 30 minutes away from all that Philadelphia has to offer.  Local attractions include John James Audubon's residence, The Mill Grove Mansion, Valley Forge National Historical Park and the Schuykill River and Perkiomen hiking and biking trails.

Give Bern a call at 215-654-6020 to begin your home search in the Audubon area! 
Bernadette Robinson
Bernadette Robinson
Realtor
910 Harvest Dr. Ste 100 Blue Bell PA 19422