Homes for rent in the Philadelphia area are always in high demand, and the city's enthusiastic residents make it easy to see the reasons. One of the East Coasts' top cities, Philly invites new residents to come and enjoy the rich history of the nation's former capital as well as the sports teams, museums, music venues and historic sites that are scattered there today.
Many people who are drawn in by these attractions wind up living outside the city limits, where the communities are more spacious, but no less vibrant. People who rent in Horsham, Pennsylvania, live a short drive from Philadelphia in a community that nicely supplements the city's urban excitement with serene views and local history.
Many Horsham rentals rest in the reaching sprawl of suburban land just outside Philadelphia. The coziness of the small town allows for an communal atmosphere that is friendly and comfortable. This detail helped the town reach the top 20 in a recent edition of Money Magazine, listing the best places to live in the U.S. By serving as a quiet retreat for commuting professionals, rentals in Horsham have helped to satisfy many new residents.
The two main landmarks that surround rentals in Horsham are the Naval Air Station, Joint Reserve Base in Willow Grove, and the scenic Graeme Park. The latter was built in 1722 as a summer home for colonial Pennsylvania's lieutenant governor, Sir William Keith, and the original structure and landscape has barely changed.
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