Erdenheim and Flourtown

 

History
Erdenheim is a community in Springfield Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. The primary commercial areas are located along the Bethlehem Pike. Erdenheim was laid out in 1892. It used to be known as “Heydricksdale” and simply “Wheelpump” after a local inn, but was changed to “Erdenheim” which is German for “earthly home”.

Flourtown is also in  Springfield Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. An ample flow of water found in Wissahickon Creek and its tributaries supported at least three local mills. It was from this industry that Flourtown took its name. (From Wikipedia)

Boundaries
Erdenheim is bordered by Whitemarsh, Flourtown, Wyndmoor and Philadelphia. Flourtown is adjacent to the neighborhoods of Erdenheim, Oreland, Whitemarsh and Chestnut Hill.

Zip Codes:  19038 & 19031

What To See / Do

Schools

Public Transportation

  • SEPTA Bus Transportation is available in the neighborhood

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