This article is brought to you by the car accident lawyers from Rosemont. We encourage residents and visitors to learn more about the historical values of the features in the neighborhood.
Rosemont is a neighborhood on the Pennsylvania Main Line. Located in the CDP of Bryn Mawr, It is served by the Norristown High Speed Line and Paoli/Tjprmdale Line of SEPTA Regional Rail. The main road operating in the area are Lincoln Highway, Conestoga Road, County Line Road and Montgomery Avenue. Families with children living in the Radnor Township part of the neighborhood are zoned for the Radnor Township School District. Those living in the Lower Merion Township section are zoned for the Lower Merion School District.
Rosemont College is a Catholic liberal arts college founded by the Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus in 1921. Originally established as a women's college, it became co-educational in the fall of 2009. The private school has been accredited by the Middle States Commission on High Education (MSCHE), is part of the Southeastern Pennsylvania Consortium for Higher Education (SEPCHE), and is affiliated with the Roman Catholic Society of the Holy Child Jesus. It offers the Undergraduate College, School of Graduate Studies and School of Professional Studies, among many other study abroad programs, accelerated BA and MA programs, the Cornelian Scholars program, an accurate medical program, nursing programs, individualized majors, and internships.
The Joseph Sinnott Mansion is a historic home in Rosemont. Part of the Ashbridge estate, the 40-acre property was purchased by Whiskey distiller Joseph F. Sinnott in 1889. In 1889 and 1891, the two-and-a-half, 32-roomed stone building was built. Designed by architect Samuel Huckel Jr., it is of the Renaissance Revival and Châteauesque architectural style. The property was acquired by the Sisters of Holy Child Jesus in 1921 for $250,000. In 1927, it was sold to Rosemont College for $1. Also known as Rathllia, which means "home of the chieftain on the highest hill," the home now serves as the main building for Rosemont College. On August 29, 1980, it was added to the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP).
While not attending classes at one of the schools and local colleges or working, students, families and friends can enjoy the nature and recreational parks that the neighborhood of Rosement has to offer. Located in the Lower Merion Township part of the neighborhood are Ashbrifge Memorial Park and Austin Memorial Park. The Radnor Township portion has Emlen Tunnell Park, Clem Macrone Park and Unkefer Park. Amenities provided at these parks range from sports fields and courts to playgrounds and open areas. They're open every day from sunrise to sunset.
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