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About George Woodward Co.

Community

Chestnut Hill is an urban village with the designation of Philadelphia’s Garden District while W. Mt. Airy is known for its elegant architecture, artist community, independent bookstores, cozy coffee shops and green space. Both communities border the Wissahickon Valley in the Fairmount Park System, with trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding.

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Architecturally-Rich Properties

Henry Howard Houston and Dr. George Woodward built many Arts & Crafts homes in Chestnut Hill and W. Mt. Airy. In 1921, Dr. George Woodward and his wife, Gertrude Woodward incorporated George Woodward, Inc. and went on to build over 400 more houses, including single homes, more twins, and a new experiment in home building – the quadruple house (four units under one roof).

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Top Notch Customer Service

George Woodward Co. brings over 100 years of expertise in property management services to our historic properties in Chestnut Hill and W. Mt. Airy. Our residential rental properties are all owned and maintained by George Woodward Co. and we have an excellent staff and maintenance crew and fully prepare each property for new tenants to be professionally cleaned and move-in ready.

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Available Properties

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13 East Springfield Ave

Bedrooms

Bedrooms

4

Bathrooms

Bathrooms

2

Area

Area

2000²

104 West Willow Grove Ave

Bedrooms

Bedrooms

3+

Bathrooms

Bathrooms

2

Area

Area

2000²

37 Benezet St

Bedrooms

Bedrooms

5

Bathrooms

Bathrooms

2

Area

Area

2000²

The Woodward Company story begins in the early 1900’s…

George Woodward had a vision and began building.

George Woodward had a vision and began building.

He is responsible for the innovative development of residential homes in the vibrant communities of Chestnut Hill and West Mount Airy.

Our History