Eagleville, PA - Real Estate and Community Information

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Located in Southern Montgomery County in Lower Providence Township, Eagleville is only 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia.  Originally settled in the mid 1800's as a manufacturing community, Eagleville's population exploded in the 1950's as families moved from the suburbs. The rural landscape quickly changed into cul-de-sacs of single family homes and developments of townhomes.  Eagleville is still a growing suburb of Philadelphia and offers a wide range of housing opportunities.

5, Pennsylvania is a community with about 5,000 residents. It is located in Montgomery County, just north of Philadelphia.
The potential Eagleville home buyer will find a wide assortment of Eagleville PA real estate. Eagleville PA homes range from turn-of-the-century bungalows to modern all-brick, two-story residences. Young families will find homes for sale in Eagleville that are often modestly-priced ranches with well-kept yards. The architectural styles of Eagleville homes for sale will often reflect the heritage of the area. Eagleville homes of Georgian Colonial and Victorian designs are often on the market.

Eagleville real estate will also include elegant country estates for the discriminating home buyer. Some condominiums are also among the real estate in Eagleville that is for sale. Work with a knowledgeable local realtor to get a clear assessment of the Eagleville properties that are currently available.


Eagleville's location in Montgomery County puts it near the locations many historic events in the early history of our country. The experience of the Continental Army at Valley Forge is well-known. However, the engagement of Lafayette at Barren Hill is another significant event in our early history. This area, originally part of Philadelphia County, began to establish its own farming and industrial identity in the years immediately following the Revolutionary war

Parks and Recreation

Valley Forge National Historical Park is just south of Eagleville. This is the site where General Washington and the Continental Army spent the winter of 1777-78. Today, this 3,600-acre park offers scenic vistas and endless miles of hiking and biking trails. The original stone building that served as Washington's headquarters at Valley Forge has been meticulously restored. Families can enjoy interactive exhibits of Washington and his inner circle located in a restored 1913 train station.

Evansburg State ParkEagleville residents will find Evansburg State Park not far away, near Collegeville. This 3,500-acre facility offers enjoyment for fishermen and horseback riders alike. The trail winding along Skippack Creek is very popular among hikers. Over four dozen Revolutionary war structures are also found within the park boundaries.

Attractions and Events

Just south of the Eagleville is the King of Prussia Mall. This regional mall first opened in 1963, and it has since grown to the point that it is now the largest shopping mall on the East Coast. Over 400 stores are located at the mall, and eight department stores serve as anchors. Neiman Marcus and Nordstroms are two of the department stores found at the mall.

In September, the Scarecrow Festival is held at Peddlers Village. The children will long remember the pumpkin pie-eating contests, the pumpkin painting, and the scarecrow making workshops.

Nearby Wrightstown is the site of the Village Renaissance Faire, now and its 14th year. The September event at the Middletown Grange Fairgrounds attracts families from throughout the county.

Call Bern Robinson to Find Your Home in Eagleville

If you find that the small town charm of Eagleville would make a peaceful and cozy home town, you should call Keller Williams Realtor® Bern Robinson, 215-654-6020. She has over 15 years experience in Montgomery County, and can help you sort through your best options and find the perfect fit for your lifestyle and budget.
Bernadette Robinson
Bernadette Robinson
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