The Narbrook Park Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2003. It is a neighborhood covering approximately 14 acres on Narbrook Park (name of street) off Windsor Avenue near Wynnewood Avenue. This planned, residential neighborhood contains 25 homes built from 1915 through 1938. The neighborhood is also known by some as Narberth Garden.
Supervising architect was D. Knickerbacke Boyd; Robert Anderson Pope, a student of Frederick Law Olmsted Jr., was involved in the planning.
Narbrook's open space core/center was meant to become Narberth Boro's only public park, but, instead the boro created a playground on additional land on the other side of Windsor Avenue, adjacent to the municipal building.
Interior square ft ranges from approximately 1,500 to more than 2,500 sq. ft. with a median of approximately 2,000 sq. ft. Median lot size is approximately one-fifth of an acre.