Lansdowne, located 6 miles west of Philadelphia in Pennsylvania's Delaware County, offers both the amenities of city living and the charm of a classic small town. Solidly built homes, many with comfortable front porches, dot its tree-lined streets. Within Lansdowne's 1.2 square miles is a diversity of housing, from modest single family homes to magnificently restored Victorian homes. Lansdowne boasts two neighborhoods on the National Register of Historic Places, the Henry Albertson Subdivision and the Lansdowne Park districts.
A borough of 11,000 residents, Lansdowne offers affordable housing, commercial opportunities for retail and service businesses, and access to outstanding public transportation. Lansdowne is ideally located with easy access to the Philadelphia International Airport, and Philadelphia's 30th Street Station situated along Amtrak's Northeast Corridor line offering easy commutes to New York and Washington D.C.
Lansdowne offers residents and the business community a surprising combination of sophisticated charm, culture, history and fun. Lansdowne remains a stable, welcoming community with a rich past, a vibrant present and an outstanding future.