Welcome to The Historic Grange Estate located in Havertown, Pennsylvania. Our mission is to preserve the integrity of the 10 acre Grange Estate, including the complex of historic structures on the site. The Grange Estate reflects the history of the community since 1682. The preservation, restoration, conservation and promotion of the property are vital to an appreciation of our American and Haverford Township heritage.

Nestled on a hillside above Cobbs Creek, the Grange Estate is now composed of the mansion, first inhabited in the early 1700’s, and numerous outbuildings – including the carriage house, two springhouses, “necessary,” long barn, tenant house, charming ruins and other dependencies. Adjacent to the site is the converted dairy barn that is now St. James Church. Surrounding these structures are gardens and woodlands with historic and state champion trees.

We encourage you to explore this site, and then come explore the mansion and grounds and experience what is truly a hidden gem in the heart of Haverford Township.

143 Myrtle Avenue

Havertown, PA 19083