West Nantmeal Township

Chester County, Pennsylvania

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West Nantmeal municipal offices are located at 455 N Manor Road, Elverson PA 19520.
Phone: 610‑286‑9722.


Originally settled by Scotch-Irish immigrants who named the town Nantmeal, meaning sweet water. The history of the township is largely one of farming and agriculture.

There are two township resources listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

  1. Isabella Furnace Bollinger Dr, circa 1835; in operation from 1835 through 1894, this was one of the longest-running iron furnaces in Chester County, and one of latest-running in all of Pennsylvania.
  2. Pleasant Hill Plantation Little Conestoga Road, circa 1780; this pre-Revolutionary, Georgian style home was the birthplace of Pennsylvania's 33rd Governor, George H. Earle, Jr.

Nearby Towns: Caernarvon Twp • East Nantmeal Twp • Elverson Boro • Honey Brook Boro • Honey Brook Twp • New Morgan Boro • Wallace Twp • Warwick Twp • West Brandywine Twp •

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