Chestnut Hill is a neighborhood in Northwest Philadelphia. It is bounded by Germantown Avenue to the southwest, Rex Avenue to the northwest, Mermaid Lane to the northeast, and Willow Grove Avenue to the southeast. Chestnut Hill is known for its cobblestone streets and Victorian-style buildings. The Chestnut Hill Historic District, which includes parts of the neighborhood, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Chestnut Hill is home to several shops and restaurants as well as several parks, including Chestnut Hill Park and Mount Airy Park. The Chestnut Hill West train line runs through the neighborhood and is a historic landmark. Chestnut Hill is one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Philadelphia. Chestnut Hill is also home to a number of schools, including Chestnut Hill College and Springside Chestnut Hill Academy.The Chestnut Hill West Line of the SEPTA regional rail system runs through the station, making it convenient for residents to commute into the city. In addition to its convenient location, Chestnut Hill offers residents a unique blend of urban and suburban living. If you are a like tennis, golf, swimming or cricket, the Philadelphia Cricket Club is great! Chestnut Hill is also home to one of the best youth hockey programs in Philadelphia at The Wissahickon Skating Club. It is the home former NHL Goalie Mike Richter. Check it out! There is a ton to love about Chestnut Hill and you know that from the people that live here. Most people who live in Chestnut Hill never leave. Almost everyone is a long time home owner in Chestnut Hill. We see this here more than anywhere else in Philadelphia. If you are interested in seeing a home in the area or learning more about Chestnut Hill contact Brett Rosenthal or a Realtor on the Revolve Philly Group at Compass by filling in the form below.