Alas, One More Reason to Move to Conshohocken
As #8 on the top 10 suburbs in America list, there are a lot reasons to move to Conshohocken. (Our favorite reasons: yoga, craft beer, yoga at a brewery.) It’s no surprise, then, that this suburb, which has emerged as one of the most charming, accessible areas adjacent to Philadelphia, has rolled out yet another reason to convince city dwellers to move to Conshy.
Ready to find out? (Hint: it’s even better than beer and yoga.)
That reason, friends, is Parkview. A luxurious collection of 40 townhomes, Parkview toes the line between suburban convenience and urban vitality, thanks to a variety of luxe amenities and a prime location. Only a short walk from the townhomes, residents will find restaurants (Isabella, Spring Mill Cafe and Blackfish are location favorites!), shopping (King of Prussia Mall and standout local shops), entertainment and several health and fitness facilities.
Inside, townhomes are outfitted with top-of-the-line, well, everything. Interiors feature hardwood flooring throughout the first floor, oversized windows and doors, wall-to-wall carpeting within the bedrooms and spacious closets with built-in shelves. Kitchens include full overlay cabinets, granite countertops with matching backsplashes, energy-saving appliances and kitchen peninsulas. Bathrooms, meanwhile, also boast granite countertops, an oversized shower and double-bowl vanity. Lastly, but certainly not least, head to the massive roof deck with built in pergola for some seriously incredible views and better entertaining.
And it’s a boon for commuters, too. Each home includes parking for two cars, and the residences are close to nearly every major roadway — Route 202, PA Turnpike, Route 476, Route 309, Germantown Pike — and SEPTA Regional Rail stops Conshohocken Station and Spring Mill Station.
The development in Conshohocken is only going to continue to improve and expand, and Parkview might be just the step to prompt a move. For more information about purchasing a residence at Parkview, an Open House program property, click here.This is a paid partnership between Open House and Philadelphia Magazine's City/Studio