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Penfield Station - Route 100 SEPTA High Speed Line

SEPTA High Speed LineWelcome to the Penfield Station on SEPTA's Route 100 High Speed Line connecting the 69th Street Terminal and the Norristown Transportation Center. 

Penfield Station is actually the third station west of the 69th Street Terminal in northeastern Delaware County.  Located on the eastern edge of Haverford Township, this station is a convenient stop for commuters generally from the Penfield section of Havertown and the Penn Wynne section of Montgomery County. 

This is one of the smaller stations on the line and has very limited parking.  It is an ideal local commuter station allowing the residents immediate access with minimal driving.  All rail stops are on a requested basis right at the platform.  The eastbound platform is adjacent to the small parking lot but it has plenty of space for dropping off or picking up passengers. 


The surrounding area is primarily residential single family homes with some twins mixed in.  The closest commercial is generally along Township Line Avenue just to the east of this residential section or toward Brookline and along Darby Rd to the south and west.  The average sale price for homes in Penfield for the last year was $366,000 and there is currently one active listing.  Just to the north in Penn Wynne Montgomery County, the average sale price for the last year was $328,000, but this reduced price reflects a much greater concentration of twins in the area. 

 As always, should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me anytime.

(Above information from TrendMLS System and believed correct but not guaranteed.)

Comment balloon 0 commentsDavid Henke • January 25 2009 10:27PM
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