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Villanova In-Home Care Services

 

 

 

Located in two townships in two different counties, the esteemed Villanova, Pennsylvania is neither incorporated, nor is it a census-designated area. Collected data is based on the 19085 zip code.

 

Sitting in both Lower Merion Township in Montgomery County and Radnor Township in Delaware County, Villanova is a prime location along the elite Philadelphia Main Line. It is situated along Lancaster Pike, close to Spring Mill.

 

Just a few miles west of the city, the location is easily accessible by train, along the Paoli/Thorndale Line of SEPTA's Regional Rail. It is also served by the Norristown High-Speed Line.

 

History

 

The land where Villanova was established originally belonged to the Lenni Lenape Indians but was settled by Quakers from Radnorshire between 1663-1665. The group was seeking religious freedom and purchased the land from William Penn, who had acquired it through a grant from the Crown. The official founding of Radnor Township occurred in 1682 when it was deemed Penn's Green Country.

 

During the Revolutionary War, it was significantly uninhabited and hosted a few battles between the British and the Continental Army. Eventually, in 1794, the first toll road in America was built through it and named it the Lancaster Turnpike, which today is known as Route 30.  

 

In 1842, Villanova University was founded in the area and dubbed St. Thomas of Villanova College.

 

Villanova is a wealthy area along the Main Line of Philadelphia, which originated as an extension of the Pennsylvania Railroad, connecting towns west of the city, and facilitating the commute of rich industrialists from their work in the city to their country homes, gentleman clubs, and summer residences.


 

Points of Interest

 

A posh suburb of the culturally rich city of Philadelphia, Villanova is home to many gorgeous locations. Along with high-end shopping experiences, Villanova offers access to picturesque gardens, arboretums, and other places of natural beauty. Some of the finest to visit are:

 

  • Appleford/Parson's Banks Arboretum - 24 acres of stunning landscape architecture, designed in part by Thomas Sears, grace the area around the Appleford Estate, a gorgeous venue for formal events. Open 365 days a year, the vast arboretum and bird sanctuary around the house offers a peaceful retreat for those looking to spend time in natural beauty.

 

  • Arboretum Villanova - This is the former name of a 222-acre arboretum on the campus of Villanova University, which is open to visitors year-round.

 

  • Stoneleigh -  A property of the notable Haas family for over 80 years, this extraordinary garden, which is a mix of history, ecology, horticulture, and an example of conservational values, is presently a natural land preserve that is open to all and worth a visit.


 

Places to Eat

 

  • Nova Mediterranean Grill - For quick counter service that will leave you vowing to come back for more, visit this casual Greek establishment.

 

  • Wingers - If you are looking for pub food and craft beer, this is the place to visit when in Villanova.

 


 

Who We Are and How We Can Help

 

Seniors who are used to the more exceptional things in life, also seek the best in their home care experience. Serving individuals with health and companionship needs, Comfort Keepers of King of Prussia provides the best there is to offer in the way of in-home care solutions.

 

For more information about our wide variety of in-home care services and stellar caregiving services that help you to remain connected to your beautiful and vibrant community, please fill out the contact form on our website, or call us at (484) 306-3083.

 

 

 

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Villanova Senior Caregivers

When I was under the care of Comfort Keepers, I truly enjoyed having my caregivers come every day and do some of my favorite activities. 

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