Bowling Green is a neighborhood in Media, Nether Providence Township, Pennsylvania. All of the houses in Bowling Green are single homes with a bit of land for each property. This neighborhood was built right next to the SEPTA's 101 Trolley Line that goes to the end of the line on State Street in Media and the other way to the Springfield Mall and to connections for Philadelphia and beyond. Riding the trolley to work is a mode of transportation which some prefer if they work in Center City. SEPTA's R3 Train Line has a stop in Wallingford which is a short distance away.
This neighborhood is conveniently located near Route 1 which provides easy access to major highways such as The Blue Route 476 which leads to I-95. The airport is approximately 10 miles away and Center City Philadelphia is just a few more miles north of the airport.
Bowling Green is in Media which is the County Seat of Delaware County. As such, Media is a thriving town and offers a variety of activities throughout the year which makes living here convenient to attend events that can help build a strong community feeling.
Local shopping centers are in walking distance and many others are close by.
Bowling Green is in the award wining Wallingford-Swarthmore School District.
The streets in Bowling Green are Luckie Lane, Mulberry Lane, Quaint Road, Surrey Road, Truepenny Road, Twyckenham Road and Winding Lane. The houses that line these streets range from stately houses that were built starting in the 1920's, to one story ranch houses built in more recent times. All have a decent bit of land for those who enjoy a landscaped yard or a place for children to play. It is a well established neighborhood with mature trees.
If you are looking to live in a neighborhood where there is room to move consider Bowling Green.
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