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Welcome to Upper Providence Township
Situated in western Montgomery County along the Chester County border, this large township is home to an award-winning school district, major employers, shopping and dining opportunities, and friendly residential communities. Suburban in nature, Upper Providence Township offers many newer homes located in subdivisions, as well as more affordable options. Upper Providence is home to over 21,000 people across 18.2 square miles.
Upper Providence Township Quick Facts
Upper Providence’s roots trace back to William Penn selling the land in 1701 to a number of local farmers and townspeople. Edward Lane was among the first people settlers in the township and purchased 2,500 acres. In 1725, however, these farmers petitioned to call the area “Providence,” which originally included both Upper and Lower Providence. The townships were divided in 1801, and the creation of the Boroughs of Collegeville and Trappe in 1896 led to the present-day township borders.

Upper Providence Township is served by Spring-Ford Area School District.

The township includes all or parts of the villages of Arcola, Mingo, Mont Clare, Yerkes, Oaks and Port Providence. The township primarily uses the mailing addresses of Collegeville, Phoenixville and Oaks.
What To Do In Upper Providence Township
There is no shortage of things to do in Upper Providence Township! The municipality is home to a large movie theater, trampoline park, a number of parks, and Arnold’s Family Fun Center. The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks is also located in Upper Providence Township.

Perhaps most notably, Upper Providence features a number of award-winning restaurants and shopping opportunities at the newer Providence Town Center. The outdoor shopping and dining mall offers a P.F. Chang’s, Margaritas Mexican Restaurant, DSW, Wegman’s, Ulta Beauty, Dick’s Sporting Goods, LA Fitness, Starbucks and more!
Upper Providence Township Real Estate
Homes in Upper Providence Township tend to be priced a bit above the Montgomery County average, however more affordable options are also available. The majority of homes in Upper Providence Township are single-family homes between $450,000-750,000. Many of these homes are large Colonials in quiet, private communities. Additionally, Upper Providence offers an abundance of new construction opportunities.

For something a bit more affordable, be sure to check out Upper Providence’s popular townhome communities. Mostly valued between $175,000 and $300,000, these established townhomes are typically move-in ready and offer 2-4 bedrooms.

If you’re on a budget but would prefer a single-family home, be sure to keep your eyes out for a more modest ranch home or Cape Cod under $200,000!