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1624 Locust Street,

Philadelphia, PA 19103




Welcome to East Falls

Affluent families and commuting professionals with active lifestyles.

A neighborhood in the Northwest section of Philadelphia on the east or left bank side of the now submerged Schuylkill River cataracts, the 'Falls of the Schuylkill' that became submerged as the Schuylkill Canal and Fairmount Water Works projects were completed in 1822. The East Falls community is located adjacent to Germantown, Roxborough, & Allegheny-West. Adjacent to Wissahickon Valley Park.


Similar to West Mt. Airy and Chestnut Hill East Falls boast an upscale, historic neighborhood in northwest Philadelphia. The charm or the old Tudor and Colonials keep up the property values. Along with new properties being built by the river it’s bring a new group of young professionals that can afford the upscale living of these new developments.


What to Expect

East Falls is enjoying a renaissance with new homes being build by the river.

Located on the banks of the Schyukill River and adjacent to Fairmount Park, East Falls provides year-round access to walking, jogging, and cycling trails most notably Kelly Drive & Falls Bridge. Median list price for is $599,900 with the market action index hovering around 40. This is an increase over last month's market action index of 37. Inventory has held steady


The Lifestyle

Shop on Germantown Avenue or lose yourself in greenery.

East Falls represents a diverse and energetic Philadelphia neighborhood.  Enjoy the food Franklins, In Riva, LeBus. The corner stores, like Majors a staple with hoagies rivaling any other in the city. Arts like East Falls glass works and cafes play host to civic leaders, entrepreneurs, educators and artisans.


You'll Fall In Love With

You can’t get any closer to downtown!

As close as you can get to the downtown, immediate access to Kelly Dr. your Center City commute is a breeze. Great new gastropubs and family dinning seem to change out yearly here. But, what always remains is the close access to the city and the river where locals and neighbors from all around they meet to exercise, walk, and hangout on the way to Philly’s historic Schuylkill.