See Which Philadelphia Neighborhood Made List of Most Envied Suburban Lifestyles in America

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The intersection of Highland and Germantown Avenues in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia.
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The intersection of Highland and Germantown Avenue in the Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia. Chestnut Hill finds its place on the list of 175 suburbs with the most envied lifestyles across the nation, as ranked by 3,000 Americans.

Before the pandemic, most people considered metropolitan areas like New York City, San Francisco, and Miami as the perfect places to live, writes Thomas Curry for the Moving Feedback.

However, the flexibility in work arrangements that became prominent during the pandemic has put the spotlight on suburban lifestyles that offer the best urban and rural settings.

Moving Feedback wanted to determine which suburbs across America have the most appeal, so the publication ran an online panel survey of 3,000 adults in the USA.

In Philadelphia, the only neighborhood that has made the list of 175 suburbs with the most envied lifestyles across the nation is Chestnut Hill, which ranked at No. 107.

Chestnut Hill is a charming neighborhood in the northwestern part of Philadelphia known for its historic homes and beautiful gardens. It boasts several parks and hiking trails. It is also home to many boutique shops and art galleries, as well as restaurants.

Chestnut Hill is one of five Pennsylvania suburbs to make the list. Fox Chapel (No. 62), Hershey (No. 72), Manheim Township (No. 131), and Sewickley (No. 152) also made the list.

Read more about the most envied lifestyles in the Moving Feedback.

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In July, GMA visited Chestnut Hill in their series recognizing America’s iconic main streets.

Editor’s Note: This post about Chestnut Hill first appeared on PHILADELPHIA Today in September of 2023.

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