Philadelphia skyline

New Homes for Sale in Philadelphia, PA Area

Philadelphia is a metropolitan area located in Southeast Pennsylvania and is not only the largest city in Pennsylvania and the eighth-most populous city in the United States but also one of the oldest municipalities. Philly, as the locals call it, is known for its iconic history in relation to the revolutionary war and is home to both the Liberty Bell and the site where the Declaration of Independence was signed, Independence Hall. With its rich history, the Philly suburbs are filled with historic homes and quaint neighborhoods with all the advantages of being close to a major city. Toll Brothers offers a variety of new construction home options in the surrounding Philadelphia area, with lifetime warranties and luxury smart home features.

Head House Square in Philadelphia, PA
Ben Franklin bridge in in Philadelphia, PA

Neighborhoods & Communities in the Philadelphia, PA Area

The only thing more iconic than the city of Philadelphia itself are the suburbs. The Philly area is known for its classic neighborhoods surrounding the city. Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, just a mere 40 minutes from the center of Philadelphia, is known for its commercial and residential development as well as its easy access to major highways. Also known as Conshy, it offers the best of the city and the suburbs and is just a short drive from some of the best shopping in the area at the King of Prussia Mall.

Media is a well-known town just 30 minutes outside of Philadelphia in Delaware County that offers a mix of both urban and suburban feels. Media is known for being the first fair-trade city in the U.S., making Media's main street an ideal place to shop local retailers and restaurants. Plymouth Meeting is another short drive from the city and is known for its access to major commuter routes, which has enabled Plymouth Meeting to fuel retail as home to IKEA's U.S. headquarters. No matter where you decide to live around the city of brotherly love, Toll Brothers has plenty of new construction home options in the Philadelphia area and beyond. Search by your ideal area and find your perfect home today.

What to Expect Living in the Philadelphia, PA Area

When you build a new home in the Philadelphia area, you'll enjoy four distinct seasons with snowy winters and hot summers. The Philadelphia area is teeming with activities all year round, no matter the weather. Numerous museums and outdoor attractions like the Philadelphia Zoo or the iconic Rocky Steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art are just the tip of the iceberg. There are plenty of major highways around the Philly area that give you access into center city, including I-95, I-276, and I-476. Plus, if you ever need to skip rush hour, Philly has the SEPTA system which operates buses, trains, and trollies throughout the Philadelphia area, including the four Pennsylvania suburban counties of Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery, and some counties in New Jersey.

Philly is also home to 30th Street station, which gives access to the Northeast corridor and the Amtrak rail system. This makes travel to major east coast metropolitan areas like New York City, Washington, D.C., and Boston a breeze. The Philadelphia area is a modern-day city with a rich history, making it the perfect place to build your new construction home. Whether you're into the multitude of museums or a sports fan, Philadelphia has something to offer everyone.

Skyline of Philadelphia, PA
The Philadelphia skyline and Schuylkill River at night

Places and Activities in the Philadelphia Area

If shopping is your passion, then Philly is for you. With no tax on clothing, you'll be running into the shopping district every chance you get. The city of Philadelphia is great for shopping local, while also having major retailers in the Fashion District. Plus, there's plenty more shopping just minutes outside of the city. King of Prussia is the largest mall in America by retail square footage and has everything you could need, from high-quality restaurants to luxury brands and is just minutes away from many of our Toll Brothers communities.

If you're a sports fan, you're in luck, as Philadelphia is home to professional teams like the Eagles, Phillies, 76ers, and the Philadelphia Union. Lincoln Financial Field and the Wells Fargo Center are easily accessed via surrounding highways, and you can also get in on the fun at Xfinity Live and get a taste of some of the most passionate sports fans without a ticket to the big game. If history is more your style, you have plenty of options, with the Museum of the American Revolution and the Franklin Institute at your disposal. Not to mention, Philadelphia has preserved its old-world charm in places like Elfreth's Alley, and its revolutionary-era architecture can be found in quaint neighborhoods like Society Hill and Queens Village. One thing is for sure, with so much to do year-round you can't go wrong building a new construction home in the Philadelphia area!

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