Blue Bell, PA - Homes for Sale and Community Information

Home in Blue Bell PA
An upscale, suburban town just 21 miles north of Philadelphia, Blue Bell is one of the area’s most prestigious and desirable places to live. Acclaimed by Money Magazine as the 14th best place to live in the United States in 2005, Blue Bell offers a coveted real estate market. It has easy access to Philadelphia International Airport, top-ranked public schools and a quiet, bucolic setting. Those seeking upscale homes in the Philadelphia area should look no further than this coveted suburb.

Blue Bell homes are known for their opulence and prestige, offering coveted choices like luxury estate homes, single-family homes and spacious multifamily homes on quiet streets. Blue Bell PA real estate options offer outstanding value and low interest rates, making them great deals for home buyers. Blue Bell homes, with their prime location just outside of Philadelphia and idyllic setting, are perfect for commuters, retirees and families looking for a livable, convenient community.

HISTORY


Originally known as Pigeontown, Blue Bell has been settled since colonial times. After being renamed (after the Blue Bell Inn) in 1840, it became one of the region’s most prestigious communities, especially in the years after World War II. Today it is renowned for its opulent homes and prime real estate location, making it one of the Philadelphia area’s most desirable and upscale places to live.


Valley Forge National Historic ParkPARKS & RECREATION


The community is known for its quiet, bucolic setting in the Montgomery County countryside. It offers easy access to a wealth of nearby parks, trails and scenic protected areas, including the famed Valley Forge National Historical Park.
Serious players will want to check out Wentz Run Park, which has ball fields, walking trails, playgrounds and picnic areas.

ATTRACTIONS & EVENTS


In addition to close proximity to the wide array of attractions in Philadelphia, Blue Bell offers local attractions such as Valley Forge National Historical Park, the Montgomery Mall, the Plymouth Meeting Mall, the posh Meadowlands Country Club and a host of local parks, scenic trails and historic sites.

Local events include historical reenactments at Valley Forge National Historical Park, golf tournaments, concerts at the nearby Green Lane Park Amphitheater and much, many more throughout the year. If a special occasion warrants a trip into Philadelphia, locals can commute into from the SEPTA train station in Ambler.

BLUE BELL - PRESTIGIOUS COMMUNITY JUST MINUTES FROM PHILLY


Homes for sale in Blue Bell offer an enticing mix of prestige, location and value, making them among the most coveted in the area. Those interested in becoming a Blue Bell home buyer should Call RE/MAX Action Realtor® Diane Sarkisian, 215-358-1100. She has the latest information, and access to the best real estate deals. Diane can help put you in your Blue Bell dream home!







Diane Sarkisian
Diane Sarkisian
Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist