Huntingdon Valley is a residential neighborhood of detached, single family homes (and some, semi-attached, half-duplex homes) built primarily during the 1950s and 1960s. Median age is circa 1957. Median lot size is approximately 1/4 of an acre. Median lot size is approximately 2,000 sqft. Homes have 2 to 5 bedrooms and 1 to 4-1/2 baths; about three-quarters of the homes have full basements and garages.
The Huntingdon Valley neighborhood is generally bounded by Susquehanna Road, Huntingdon Pike (Route 232), Shady Lane, and the SEPTA rail line.
Ainslie Road • Anna Road • Brown Avenue • Claire Avenue • Felix Road • Heathcliffe Road • Henrietta Avenue • Irvin Road • Leona Avenue • Mankin Avenue • Margaretta Avenue • Mary Avenue • Old Ford Road • Reese Avenue • Robins Avenue • Rockledge Avenue • Roseland Avenue • Shady Lane • Sherman Avenue • Sioux Avenue • Standish Avenue • Susquehanna Road • Vansant Road • Wesley Avenue • Woodridge Avenue • Wynnfield Avenue