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North Wales, PA. 

Walkable to SEPTA and located near many major highways and employers, North Wales Borough is a convenient, affordable municipality served by North Penn School District. The tiny borough spans just 0.6 square miles and is home to approximately 3200 residents.

North Wales Borough Quick Facts

North Wales traces its modern history to the early 1700s when it was settled by Welsh immigrants who named it after their homeland.

Many homes in North Wales are older, and were built during the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. At the time, the borough was a popular spot for “country homes” for wealthy families living in the city. In fact, many of these homes are still standing today!

When the North Wales Historic Preservation District was established in 2000, it became the first Historic District in the North Penn area. It currently serves to protect the beautiful architecture and historic homes in the area. 

While North Wales Borough’s limits are tiny, a number of surrounding townships use North Wales mailing address.

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North Wales Borough Quick Facts:

North Wales traces its modern history to the early 1700s when it was settled by Welsh immigrants who named it after their homeland. Many homes in North Wales are older, and were built during the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century. At the time, the borough was a popular spot for “country homes” for wealthy families living in the city. In fact, many of these homes are still standing today! 

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Parks & Recreation

Walnut Street Park, Weingartner Park, The Wee Walers Park, Ninth Street Park, The Fourth Street Park, Eighth Street Park, are just a few of the Parks in North Wales Borough.

Click the link below to see the parks located within the borough.