- Suburb of Philadelphia, PA
Tredyffrin Township Reviews
Rating 3.89 out of 5 27 reviews
Amazing schools, very family friendly and easy to be very active with Valley Forge park and many trails nearby. Easy access to shopping and great restaurants!
The schools in this township are superb! Additionally, there are many wonderful small businesses and family owned restaurants.
There’s a different breed of people living in this township. It’s not the kind of place where you want to get to know your neighbors or let into your homes and lives. Most neighbors don’t talk to one another and for good reasons. Neighbors seem more leary of one another than being friendly. All kinds of people from all over the country and the world flock into this township because of the schools. Therefore, you don’t know what kind of neighbor you’re getting. The people we’ve met here are really bad. We’ve lived in various places, but the people we’ve encountered in this township are by far the worst kind of human beings we’ve ever met.
A small town feel right outside of Philadelphia! Safe neighborhoods, parks and the best of the best restaurants. The schools are topped ranked in the country and although house prices are on the higher side, they are worth every penny! This township has it all!
Tredyffrin Township is a great place to live and educate your children. If you lose your job it may be tough to find something in the area depending on your expertise.
I love the area so much. It is so heart warming
Safe, good schools, excellent police force.
Growing up here has always been great
Drugs are the biggest issue.
The housing options are wonderful. Lots of good places for new families all the way up to large estates.
This community is an amazing place to raise a family. Beautiful, great access, great shopping, great restaurants, fabulous schools...exceptional in every way.
the police presence in this area is excellent. They are always visible and make the community feel very safe.
This is an amazing area to choose to live and grow a family. Excellent choice of schools from elementary on up. Top ranking HS in state and top 50 in country. Hard to beat.
Most people keep to themselves. Usually the "community" is your own school (except I go to a cyber school and it's state-wide so lots of people live on the opposite side of Pennsylvania, making it hard to have a community) rather than neighbors since I don't live in a neighborhood. My neighbors are nice, it's just we don't talk to them much. The one we share a driveway with is the only one we ever have much of a reason to talk to and it's mostly just because each year we have to figure out who's going to clear the snow or if someone has too many guests over, making it hard to pull in/out of our parking spots.
excellent schools and proximity to the city. taxes are relatively low
There's less money being spent on education so schools are getting worse.
There is no public transportation except for Septa and there are no sidewalks so if you don't have a car and can't drive, it's hard to go places