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About Aston

Aston is a small town in southeastern Pennsylvania, located in Delaware County. The small-town atmosphere provides a safe and comfortable place to call home, attracting many families that enjoy the local parks, convenient amenities and community programs. Just half an hour from Philadelphia's city center, Aston is the ideal place to live if you want a quiet suburban lifestyle with easy access to big-city entertainment, jobs and amenities.

The History of Aston

Aston traces its roots to 1682, the year it officially became a municipality. In the early days, it hosted several grist- and saw-mills that formed the basis for its economy. Many of its early settlers came from Oxfordshire, England, and an English constable chose the town's name in honor of his home village.

Because Aston is one of the oldest townships in Pennsylvania, it has seen its fair share of important moments in history. The Seven Stars Inn, which stands at the Five Points intersection, hosted British General Cornwallis just a few days after the Battle of Brandywine.

Living in Aston

Aston receives high ratings for its overall quality of life, particularly when it comes to education, health care and local amenities. You're not far from Philadelphia, New York City and Washington, D.C., which means you can easily make a quick trip for entertainment, shopping and dining. It's easy enough to travel to the big cities to experience their culture or nightlife, then return to your Aston home for peace and quiet.

Aston also offers plenty of public green spaces. Whether you enjoy fishing, jogging, walking your dog or playing sports with your children, you'll find a number of local parks throughout town. Many public parks in this area host outdoor concerts and other events during the summer, bringing the community together and nurturing a sense of local pride. Town-managed programs like youth summer camps, sports leagues, and more make Aston an enjoyable place to live for children and adults alike.

Aston Schools

Students in Aston attend schools in Penn-Delco School District. You can also enroll your child in one of the private schools in the area, which include a Montessori campus and a Christian faith-based school.

If you're considering pursuing a college degree, you can attend classes at the conveniently-located Neumann University.

Resources for Moving to Aston

As you prepare for your move to Aston, the following resources will be helpful:

  • Utilities: The primary utilities providers in Aston and Greater Delaware County include the Chester Water Authority, Aqua Pennsylvania, DELCORA, South Jersey Energy and Constellation Energy.
  • Garbage and Recycling: Trash and recyclables are collected on a weekly basis, according to a set schedule that's determined by your street address.
  • Transportation: Aston has limited local bus service, but you can easily access connection points to reach larger cities in the area.

Aston Housing

As a cozy, desirable suburb in close proximity to the major city of Philadelphia, Aston hosts a housing market with surprisingly affordable prices. Although the median home price is above the national average, homes are not dramatically more expensive. There are also many homes to choose from, with many budget-friendly options listed alongside larger, more expensive properties.