Horsham PA Corporate Housing and Furnished Apartments
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The small to medium industries located here include companies like Toll Brothers, a J&J subsidiary, Centocor and Kraft Foods.
The residents here form the upper middle and middle class of the Pennsylvania citizenry based on the median income estimates and the median home value in the area. Median income is approximately $56,ooo per household.
Are you working in Philadelphia but looking for a more quiet temporary housing location? Horsham PA corporate housing is your answer. Let Almost Home set you up with a furnished apartment in Horsham that will be perfect for your needs.
First Time in Horsham, PA
Horsham, PA is a Philadelphia suburb that is mainly residential in nature with most businesses in the area that are designed to support the residential community locally and the Philadelphia community. There aren’t large corporations and industries located in Horsham except for a few small cottage industries and small to medium industries that serve the regional area. Most of the residents here gain employment from the Philadelphia area or the surrounding metropolitan area. Some even commute to cities further north including Newark, and New York City.
Climate Near Horsham PA Corporate Housing
Horsham enjoys four distinct seasons with mild springs averaging a high of 54°F in March to 74° in May. Summers get warm and muggy, with temperatures reaching a peak of 87° in July then falling to average highs of 78° in September to lows of 46° in October. The cooler months stretch between November and February where the lows are in the 30s.
The name for this town is taken from the town of Horsham in Sussex, England. The area was originally platted and surveyed by William Penn's surveyors and was drawn diagonally and in parallel lines projecting out from Delaware. The survey and plotting of the land was done to organize the area and created roads and transportation infrastructure.
The first purchase of land in the area happened in 1684 when the land was made available. A total of 17 square miles was designated to make up the town of Horsham. One of the first purchases was made by Samuel Carpenter. Carpenter was from Sussex, England and happened to be the Treasurer of Pennsylvania. He purchased 5,000 acres, subdivided it and sold tracts of land to the arriving Quakers. By 1717 the Quakers had, by popular vote, established a municipal township.
In 1926, Harold Pitcairn, an aviation enthusiast purchased land close by and built his airstrip and hangar. This was the hanger where he built the Mailwing, the aircraft that the US Postal Service used to carry overnight mail between New York and Atlanta.
Places to Eat in Horsham PA
Leave those pots and pans at home in your Horsham corporate apartment for a change, and get out and taste some of the restaurants which Almost Home recommends below.
- Cafe Lombardi's on Horsham Rd: Lombardi's is a true blue Italian restaurant offering authentic small-town Italian cooking. They are designed around the dinner crowd. Evenings get busy and reservations are advised for those in a hurry. There is no alcohol, but they allow patrons to BYOB. Try the Rigatoni Arcobaleno.
- Iron Abbey Gastro Pub on N Easton Rd: Iron Abbey is a Belgian brewery serving wines and spirits, in addition to the home brews. They have a full dining menu that is geared towards dinner, including appetizers that pair well with the home brews and desserts that are delicious. The beer list is extensive, from local brews, to microbrews. And even the commercial big names are all on the menu.
- Wing Lee Cuisine on Easton Rd: Wing Lees is a Chinese barbecue restaurant. They have all the usual Asian restaurant menu items, but they excel at the barbecue meats, from barbecue pork to duck that will go well with every rice dish.
- Na’Brasa Brazilian Steakhouse on N Easton Rd: The restaurant specializes in authentic Brazilian tastes and attracts diners Philadelphia and beyond. The food is a little pricy but the portions are large. The full bar is managed by expert bartenders.
- Bryn and Dane's on Private Rd: Bryn's is designed for the lunch crowd. They have fast service, so getting in, getting a table, and getting the meal is effortless.
Things to do in Horsham
Staying in Horsham PA corporate housing will furnish you with plenty to do, even without having to travel too far.
- Museum: The Wings of Freedom Museum located on Easton Rd is dedicated to preserving aviation history. They are a non-profit organization and have many volunteers to facilitate the exhibits. Most are from the Naval Air Station in Willow Grove.
- Theater: The Village Player of Hatboro is close to the Horsham area. It is a community theater that features unique interpretations of nationally acclaimed plays and musicals. They have evening shows and Sunday matinees. The plays are thoughtful and well acted, receiving citywide and national acclaim for a number of their productions.
- Golf: The Commonwealth National Golf Club is an Arnold Palmer design and has received a number of state and national awards. The course is over 7,000 yards from the back tees and has six sets of tees to accommodate various players. There are also practice facilities including a 5,800 square foot putting green and a 600 square foot indoor practice area. Break out of your Horsham PA furnished apartment and play a round of golf
- Parks: Kohler Park is open from dawn to dusk and permits pets on the grounds. No alcohol is permitted anywhere in the parks. There are six soccer fields and all the playgrounds have equipment. There are restrooms for users and a concession stand and clubhouse is available for visitors.
Surrounding Areas We Serve
We serve the entire Horsham area including Willowgrove, Bryn Athyn, Glenside, Jenkintown, Lower Makefield Township, and Bucks County.
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