Gladwyne is a very affluent suburban community in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States along the historic Philadelphia Main Line. In 2011, Gladwyne was ranked the 7th richest ZIP code in the country in a study by Bloomberg BusinessWeek. The population was 4,050 at the 2000 census. As Gladwyne is neither an incorporated area nor a census-designated place, all data are for the ZIP code 19035, with which the community is coterminous.
Points of Interest
- 1690 House, the oldest standing structure in Lower Merion Township, incorporating remnants of a log cabin built by John Roberts for the Roberts Mill at the convergence of Mill Creek and Old Gulph Roads
- Bridlewild Trail, a set of trails extending 22 miles through the Henry, Rolling Hill, Idlewild Farms, Saunders Woods, and other preserved spaces. The trail is open to residents, horses, and leashed pets.
- Cedar Crest, mansion and estate of John T. Dorrance, Jr. Now called "Linden Hill."
- Henry Foundation for Botanical Research, a botanical garden
- Rolling Hill Park, a 102-acre park on Mill Creek, with historic mill building ruins, purchased from Walter Pew by the Lower Merion Township
- Idlewild Farm Complex, a 47-acre farm with buildings, donated to the Natural Lands Trust
- Saunders Woods, a farm with colonial house
- Woodmont, mansion and estate of Alan Wood, Jr., now a shrine to evangelist Father Divine
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Updated: 1st June, 2020 3:02 AM.