We are located in the beautiful and historic neighborhood of Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia’s most northwestern area.
We do have a small parking lot behind the practice, however if you do choose to park on the avenue, please remember to “feed the meter”.
Learn more about the Chestnut Hill Community:
Discover more at Chestnut Hill Business Association to see what exciting things are happening locally.
Chestnut Hill Historical Society has vast collections; see how 8220 Germantown has looked in the past. Our building dates from 1744!
Morris Arboretum, along with the Wissahickon Creek and Forbidden Drive keep the woodlands and meadows nearby, as well as songbirds and wildlife.
Woodmere Art Museum and beautiful Chestnut Hill College are two more of our local treasures, one can understand why we feel so fortunate to be located here.
Mount Airy, neighborhood to our east, is equally as beautiful and historic. Celebrate learning at Allens Lane Art Center!
Visit Germantown Historical Society to learn how we were all “one”, once upon a time, and how this cobbled road that greats our curb, links us all. We all love our cobblestones (even if they are really called Belgium Block).
SEPTA bus routes 23 (the old trolley) and 77 run past our door. The L bus swings onto the avenue 3 blocks up and the 97 and 98 end at the “Top of the Hill”, as does Chestnut Hill West rail line, 4 blocks from us. Catch the 23 down the avenue, it runs about every 7 minutes.