Apartments Near Gwynedd Mercy University
There are lots of great reasons to make your new home at Heritage House apartments:
- A quiet and relaxing community
- Access to desirable amenities
- Located in the highly-rated North Penn School District
- Proximity to lots of shopping centers, restaurants, attractions, major roadways, and public transportation options
In addition to all of those great perks, our apartments are also near Gwynedd Mercy University. If you’re a student, faculty member, or staff member who is looking for off-campus housing or a new home near this esteemed university, then Heritage House apartments are waiting for you to move in!
The Benefits of Heritage House Apartments
Located less than five miles from Gwynedd Mercy University, Heritage House apartments let commuting students and staff reach their destination in just 10 minutes!
Besides being incredibly close to campus, our affordable, comfortable and cat-friendly apartment community allows residents to enjoy plush wall-to-wall carpeting, roomy closets, clean and accommodating onsite laundry facilities, and private off-street parking. Best of all, each resident’s rent includes heat, hot water and trash services at no additional cost.
Living in our Lansdale, PA apartments not only provides a quick commute to GMercyU, but they’re also conveniently close to Jefferson Lansdale Hospital, the Montgomery Mall, Wegmans, and lots of great restaurants, and theaters, museums, and attractions. Plus, residents can easily travel to Philadelphia and its surrounding suburbs via major roadways (Lansdale Interchange of the Northeast Extension of the PA Turnpike and I-476) or public transportation (SEPTA’s Lansdale Train Station and the Lansdale/Doylestown Regional Rail Line).
Whether you’re a professor, administrator, staff member, or student who needs an affordable apartment and a quick commute to Gwynedd Mercy University, Heritage House checks both of those boxes – and so much more!
About Gwynedd Mercy University
Serving more than 2,000 students annually, Gwynedd Mercy University is ranked in the top 20 schools in the state for return on investment of education. Founded in 1948 by the Sisters of Mercy of Merion, Gwynedd Mercy University (or GMercyU for short) teaching principles are based on traditions of the Sisters of Mercy, an order founded by Catherine McAuley in Dublin.
One of the 16 Catholic colleges and universities that comprise the Conference for Mercy Higher Education, GMercyU offers degree programs for liberal arts, sciences, business and education and nursing and healthcare.