Glen Mills

History

Glen Mills is town located in Delaware County, Pennsylvania and is located just out side of the City of Philadelphia.  Glen Mills was originally a part of a land grant given to William Penn in 1681.  The name of the town comes from two paper mills that were built in the town.  During the late 1800s, these mills supplied the United States government with special paper used for printing bonds and notes.

The Community Today

Glen Mills, Pennsylvania is a quintessential American suburban community.  With its public schools, quaint downtown area and outdoor activities, Glen Mills is a desirable place to live and work.  Homes in Glen Mills come in a variety of styles for any budget.  Homebuyers can choose from a number of modern homes, apartments, condominiums and townhomes.

Transportation

Glen Mills is serviced by SEPTA public transportation system.  Passengers traveling to Philadelphia and the surrounding areas can access them by the Regional Rail.  Those wishing to use public transportation can take the train from the Glen Mills train station located at 130 Glen Mills Road.