Torresdale PA is a community located in the Far Northeast section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania along the Delaware River. It is situated between the Holmesburg and Bensalem Township and is a known favorite location of the city's surveyor, Thomas Holme. It was originally considered a separate town but is now considered one of the best communities of the suburbs of Philadelphia. 


The community in Torresdale is friendly and industrious and they enjoy a wide variety of activities on a daily basis. Located close to the Frankford Avenue Bridge, this makes Torresdale a historic location. It is a popular tourist location for out-of-towners and many local residents also enjoy strolling by the historic parts of the community to take pictures and enjoy the view by the riverside.


Employment in Torresdale PA focuses on neighboring Philadelphia, but there are some smaller businesses within the immediate area which offer employment for community residents.


Education is important to the residents of Torresdale and this began long ago with their historic beginnings. The Holy Family University is located in the middle of the Torresdale area and is a point of interest to many, both locals and visitors.


Shopping is plentiful in the Torresdale area with plenty of retail establishments to browse, a local market downtown, and many specialty shops. Of course, residents can also take the short drive into Philadelphia for many more shopping options as well.


Real estate in the Torresdale area is plentiful and it is located close to several parks surrounding the area and is on the registry of Historic Places. Community life in Torresdale includes many popular annual events as well, including the Tugboat Festival and other events which draw crowds from all over the area.

Housing ranges from the simple to the modern and there is a wide variety of real estate to choose from in the Torresdale PA area. Many people enjoy the lifestyle of this affluent suburb of Philadelphia.


The real estate in the Torresdale PA area features such prominent former residences as: Virginia Kanauer, William J. Greene, Francis Anthony Drexel, and 1930's news commentator, Boake Carter.

The Torresdale area is rich in history and reflects the culture and past of the city of brotherly love. It offers a quieter location for residents to enjoy while still living close to the city of Philadelphia, for all of life's modern conveniences.