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Upper Merion Township
Located in the heart of Montgomery County, Upper Merion Township is a popular township to live, work, dine and shop. Plus, the township is close to major arteries (Rt 202, 476, 76, and 276) and just minutes from Conshohocken, Philadelphia, and Plymouth Meeting -- perfect for commuters! It’s no surprise that approximately 28,000 people call Upper Merion Township home.
Upper Merion Township Quick Facts
Upper Merion derives its name from the County of Merioneth in North Wales. The township’s largest village, King of Prussia, was named from the King of Prussia Inn built in 1719. Today, the township is home to two places on the National Register of Historic Places: Hanging Rock and Poplar Lane.

Upper Merion Township includes the villages of King of Prussia, Gulph Mills, Swedeland, Swedesburg, and parts of Wayne. Most homes in the township use a King of Prussia mailing address, but others use Conshohocken or Wayne.

The township is served by the Upper Merion Area School District, which is known for its impressive scholarship opportunities for graduating seniors and a well-developed technology program. It’s “one-to-one” program ensures that every student is provided with a laptop for both school and home use.
What To Do In Upper Merion Township
It’s hard to mention Upper Merion Township without first mentioning King of Prussia Mall. Nestled in the center of the municipality, “KOP” Mall is the second largest mall in America, and home to some of the finest luxury shopping in the nation. Popular stores include Neiman Marcus, Louis Vuitton, Lululemon, Free People, Lilly Pulitzer, and Teavana.

After a long day of shopping, be sure to check out one of the area’s award-winning eateries! Popular spots include Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse, Maggiano’s, or The Cheesecake Factory.

Upper Merion Township is also home to the Valley Forge Casino Resort, which opened its doors in 2012. The luxury casino offers two hotels, a handful of restaurants, a spa, fitness center, and complimentary valet parking.
Real Estate in Upper Merion Township
The majority of homes for sale in Upper Merion are priced right around or a bit below the Montgomery County average. The most popular homes for sale are single-family homes between $200,000 and $400,000, although a variety of home styles and prices are available.

For a luxury home, consider the private communities toward Wayne and Radnor. These elegant homes are frequently priced over $1 million.

Looking for something a bit smaller and more affordable? Consider a budget-friendly townhome in King of Prussia for under $200,000, or a fixer-upper single-family home for under $175,000.

EveryHome is proud to have many Realtors serving Upper Merion Township. We would love to welcome you to the neighborhood!