Newtown Square Real Estate (19073) And Community Information

Provided by the Kevin Toll Group

In 1681, William Penn planned the “first inland town west of Philadelphia” at the intersection of Goshen Road and Newtown Street Road. The Township was laid out around a center square, or “townstead” of approximately one square mile surrounded by farmland. Today, Newtown is considered a second class township with a land area of 10.11 square miles, and a population of about 17,000 individuals. Some farms and large estates remain, but for the most part, the Township was developed into a suburban community with old stone homes and structures dotting the landscape to serve as reminders of days gone by.

For all other Newtown Square questions contact me at or 610-609-1096.