Newtown Township, more commonly known today as Newtown Square, is the oldest township in Delaware County, Pennsylvania. While Newtown was mostly farmland until the mid-20th century, it has developed significantly since World War II. Over 100 historic homes and buildings remain along Newtown's four-lane highways, country roads, and neighborhoods. Newtown Square provides a glimpse at the township's changes from rolling countryside to continually growing suburb.
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Old Roadways and West Chester Pike
The Newtown Square Crossroads
National Register Historic Sites
Private Historic Homes
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