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Hardwood Flooring Services in Gladwyne, PA

Gladwyne History

Gladwyne, PA, was known as Merion Square until 1891. It is part of a cluster of towns to the west of Philadelphia known as the Main Line. Early on the town preserved open space and to this day this has allowed it to retain its rural charm. Banker James Crosby Brown built a 185-acre estate in Gladwyne. The estate was later divided into lots of three to 17 acres. This, along with the preserved open space, set precedents in Gladwyne that have limited the sub-division and over-development that some other towns in the area have experienced.

When I-76 (the Schuylkill Expressway) was built in the 1960s it made Gladwyne even more desirable since it was close to the highway, and also close to King of Prussia, which was quickly becoming a business hub.

Gladwyne Today

Today Gladwyne is home to four churches and a synagogue. There are two schools, a fire company, parks, businesses, and retail shops. A few notable locations include the historic Guard House Inn and the Merion Cricket Club. Gladwyne is also close to the Philadelphia Country Club and is home to a private tennis club called The Courts.

Schools in Gladwyne include Gladwyne Elementary School and Gladwyne Montessori. Students attend middle school and high school in surrounding towns such as Penn Valley and Bryn Mawr. Gladwyne is also close to many private schools include Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy, Shipley School, Baldwin School, and more.

With a population of just over 4,000, Gladwyne has an average household income of $325,000. In 2018 Gladwyne was voted 6th richest zip code in the U.S.

Gladwyne Points of Interest

Gladwyne is home to many historical and natural places of interest.

  • The 1690 House is the oldest structure in Lower Merion Township.
  • The Bridlewild Trail extends 22 miles through the area and is available for residents and horses to enjoy.
  • Rolling Hill Park is 102 acres along Mill Creek that boasts historic ruins.
  • The Henry Foundation for Botanical Research, a botanical garden, is also in Gladwyne.

 Hudson Hardwood in Gladwyne

Many homes in Gladwyne date back to the 1800s and early 1900s. It is a wealthy area and customers expect nothing but the best. Because of this Hudson Hardwood’s team of expert craftsmen is often asked if we can bring old floors back to their original beauty to help preserve the character of the home.

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You can be sure Hudson Hardwood has a solution that will best fit your situation. We pride ourselves on being reliable and we complete projects with minimal disruption to clients’ everyday lives and schedules. We use dustless sanding and environmentally friendly products to give clients the best results possible while restoring their hardwood floors to their original splendor.

You can view other projects we’ve completed in the area and read what our customers have to say about their experience with Hudson Hardwood.

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