Cedar Park

A fiercely unique slice of West Philadelphia with a rich history and a bright future, Cedar Park is known for its Queen Anne semi-detached houses or “twins”, which feature porch-fronts, bay windows, and prominent turrets and chimneys. Spanning the space between 46th and 52nd Streets to the east and west and sealed north and south by Larchwood Street and Kingsessing Avenue, the neighborhood, named for the modest green space at 50th and Baltimore, is primary residential, but the city’s restaurant, arts, and music scenes enjoy prominent footholds here.

Originally founded in the mid-19th century as a “streetcar suburb” of Center City, this area possesses an aesthetic originality and personalized energy that helps it stand out from nearby neighborhoods like Spruce Hill and University City.

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