All About North Wales, PA
Located in Montgomery County, the Borough of North Wales is at the heart of the larger community also known as North Wales. The borough has a small-town look and feel with a handful of quaint restaurants and shops within walking distance of long-established neighborhoods. Houses for sale in North Wales Borough tend to be older homes with often a classic historic feel to them.
The surrounding areas of North Wales primarily include sections of Upper Gwynedd and Montgomery Townships with some smaller sections of Lower Gwynedd and Horsham Townships. Houses for sale in these areas have a more modern, suburban vibe with neighborhoods that range from low maintenance condos to elegant luxury homes.
The Borough of North Wales is home to approximately 3,250 Pennsylvania residents. When you consider the 0.6 square miles of land area and the current population, the borough has an average population density of 5,417 people per square mile. In contrast, the larger community of North Wales is home to approximately 27,870 Pennsylvania residents. With 13.05 square miles of land area, greater North Wales has an average population density of 2,136 people per square mile.
The North Penn School District is the main public school system that serves families residing in North Wales. Elementary schools in the area include North Wales Elementary School, Gwyn-Nor Elementary School, and Montgomery Elementary School. Students in grades seven through nine attend Pennbrook Middle School. High school students attend North Penn High School. The percentage of residents with a high school diploma or higher is 95%. The percentage of residents with a bachelor’s degree or higher is 53%.
Located nearby in Upper Gwynedd Township, Parkside Place Park is a wonderful community park offering a “castle” playground, walking trails, tennis courts, basketball courts, a community pool, concession stand, picnic tables, and amphitheater.
Montgomery Township offers the highest concentration of shops and restaurants with the Montgomery Mall, English Village, and Montgomery Square.
Wondering about the weather in North Wales? You’ll get a taste of all four seasons when you call this area home. The average high temperature is 85 degrees in July. The average low temperature is 26 degrees in January. Be sure to carry your umbrella along with you in May, July, and September. The month with the smallest amount of precipitation is February.
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