The zip code of Wayne covers 4 different towns. They are Wayne itself, St. Davids, Strafford, and Chesterbrook. Our real estate team is very familiar with Wayne. Working with a Realtor who understands the various neighborhoods within Wayne, as well as the pluses and minuses of the surrounding towns located along the Main Line, will make finding the right home for you along the Main Line so much easier. Reach out to our team today, we love working with home buyers.
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Getting to Center City
Commute to Center City – 25 minutes & 18.9 miles
Average Travel Time – 38 minutes
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Wayne Fun Facts
Pupils in the Radnor Township portion of Wayne attend schools in Radnor Township School District, while pupils in the Tredyffrin portion attend schools in Tredyffrin/Easttown School District. Those in the northeastern portion of the community in Upper Merion Township attend the Upper Merion Area School District. Our real estate team is very familiar with Wayne and we are here to answer any questions that you may have regarding the different townships within Wayne.
What The Residents Say
"Having grown up in Wayne and now raising a family here I can tell you all the things I love about this Mainline town. From walkable shops, restaurants and a movie theatre to pockets of public parks, amazing public schools and five-star township services there is not much Wayne residents don’t have access to. Wayne has changed over the years but it has kept true to its small town charm all the while adjusting to new trends, technology and amenities. The local hardware store, the Farmers Market and your favorite pizza shop are still available but Starbucks, Trader Joe’s and the King of Prussia Mall are right around the corner too! It is a beautiful, quiet, safe and friendly place to live and enjoy life".