Upper Uwchlan Township

Chester County, Pennsylvania

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Upper Uwchlan Township municipal offices are located at 140 Pottstown Pike, Chester Springs, PA 19425.
Phone: 610‑458‑9400.


The county was split-off from Uwchlan Township in 1828 and separately incorporated. The name Uwchlan is a Welsh term meaning "land above the Valley."

The township is home to four properties that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  1. Byers Historic District — an historic village that developed following the construction of a railroad station in 1871.
  2. Larkin Covered Bridge — a 60-ft. span over a branch of the Marsh Creek.
  3. James Wheelan House — mid-18th-century farmhouse
  4. West Vincent Highlands Historic District — contains examples of 18th, 19th, and 20th century vernacular, agriculture-related architecture

Nearby Towns: Caln Twp • East Brandywine Twp • East Caln Twp • East Nantmeal Twp • South Coventry Twp • Uwchlan Twp • Wallace Twp • Warwick Twp • West Caln Twp • West Pikeland Twp • West Vincent Twp • West Whiteland Twp •

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