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Elkins Park

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Elkins Park is an unincorporated community in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, United States, a close-in suburb of Philadelphia. It is split between Cheltenham and Abington Townships in the suburbs of the city, which it borders along Cheltenham Avenue roughly from downtown. An affluent community, it is the home of Lynnewood Hall, a 110-room, derelict Gilded Age mansion.Points of interest Beth Sholom Synagogue, the only synagogue designed by Frank Lloyd Wright Elkins Estate, former family summer home of Pennsylvania Railroad Company magnate William L. Elkins. High School Park, an 11-acre park with four distinct ecosystems, was the original grounds of Cheltenham High School and became a township park in 1996 after the building burned down Lynnewood Hall, a 110-room, derelict Gilded Age mansion St. Paul's Episcopal Church, added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1982 Richard Wall House, a house listed on State and National Registers of Historic Places, had the distinction of being the oldest Pennsylvania house in continuous residence until rehabilitation work began
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