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  • With a population size just shy of 20,000 people, King of Prussia, part of the Upper Merion Township, is a medium-sized town located northwest of Philadelphia. The town was named after the King of Prussia Inn, which was an important resting place for travelers in the 1700s. Those who enjoy a change in seasons will appreciate the area's season high and low of 81 and 60 degrees in summer and 32 and 17 degrees in winter.

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Top 5 Reasons to Live in King of Prussia

  • One of the largest malls in the United States! The King of Prussia Mall, located just east of Valley Forge Historical Park, offers over 2,391,000 square feet of retail space and 400 stores, making it the largest shopping mall in the country. Some of the larger retailers at the mall include Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, Macy's and Bloomingdale's. The mall also features a number of high-end restaurants including Morton's The Steakhouse and Seasons 52.
  • Enjoy a day on the Schuylkill River! The majestic Schuylkill River, which borders the northern edge of King of Prussia, is a popular spot for rowing enthusiasts. Those who prefer to stay on land can enjoy a walk along the Schuylkill River Trail and take in the view of the beautiful river bank.
  • Easy access to major highways! King of Prussia is well connected to the broader Pennsylvania area due to its proximity to four major highways: the Schuylkill Expressway, Pennsylvania Turnpike, U.S. 422 and U.S. 202. This makes it possible to travel from King of Prussia to Philadelphia in under 30 minutes without traffic.
  • Rising property values! The median sales price of properties in King of Prussia have risen from a low of $143,000 dollars in 2000 to its current value of over $250,000. Many homes for sale can be found in the neighborhoods of Belmont Terrace and Abrahams. If you're more in the market for an apartment, check out Abrams Run Apartments on Bill Smith Boulevard or Kingswood Apartments on Lewis Road.
  • Variety of real estate options! Those looking to buy, rent or rent to own will find everything from studio apartments to multi-bedroom houses throughout the town's various neighborhoods, each of which is home to a variety of community organizations. Local organizations include the King of Prussia Soccer Club, Theatre Horizon, King of Prussia's Indians Football, and the Upper Merion Marlins Aquatic Club.