Tacony is a historic Philadelphia neighborhood located 8 miles
Northeast of Central
Philadelphia along the banks of the Delaware River. With nearly 30,000 residents, Tacony is
primarily a residential neighborhood with diverse real estate types. From our historic Victorian
homes to our early-20th-century, modest brick rowhouses or more modern post-war rowhouses,
we have a home for every family’s needs.
Tacony and it's real estate
is rich in amenities and growing! Tacony has ample parks and
open space, a growing commercial corridor, and
rich community institutions. Among many highlights is our historic Carnegie library, which
has undergone a three-year renovation and expansion to make our great neighborhood library
an even more valuable resource for area residents. Tacony offers phenomenal value for home buyers with a wide variety of housing stock offering space, gardens, driveways, and more. Homes are also selling at or above their asking prices. Every month, about two dozen homes in our neighborhood are sold with a median price of $207,500. On average, homes in Tacony sell after just two weeks or less on the market. So, if you or someone you know is looking to buy or sell in Tacony, now is the perfect time! Talk to your realtor about the community of Tacony and the valuable real estate located in Tacony or find your perfect home in Tacony on your favorite real estate listing site or try ZILLOW and REALTOR.COM Our local businesses are growing stronger
and in number every year, providing residents with delicious hoagies, expert computer
help, highly skilled dental care, and everything in between.
We are located along the Delaware River and boast many beautiful remnants of our historic
industrial heyday. We are also conveniently located close to
Center City Philadelphia, with great access to Interstate 95, the SEPTA Trenton Line (which
makes stops at all three downtown stations), and the Tacony-Palmyra bridge, which connects
the City of Philadelphia to Burlington, County New Jersey.
Disston Park is located between Keystone Street and the long-standing railroad. The park was originally designed by Henry Disston, the owner of Disston Saw Works and the developer of the Disston company town that helped to establish the beautiful real estate of Tacony. >> LEARN MORE about living near Vogt Park/Disston Park
Picture yourself living here. Talk to your realtor about THE VALUE of the beautiful community of Tacony or find your perfect home in Tacony on your favorite real estate listing site or try Zillow and Realtor.com