Ivyland Roofing, Siding, and Windows
The small borough of Ivyland is known for its fine collection of Victorian Buildings - with the majority of them on the National Register of Historic Places. Ivyland was named by its Quaker founder, Edwin Lacey, for the abundance of ivy grown across its 40 acres (later determined to be poison ivy). In recent years, Ivyland's small population doubled after the inclusion of "Ivyland Village" - a new community that borders the historical borough. Ivyland's "Historic District" includes 133 largely residential buildings (with the pictured "Temperance House Hotel" as a notable exception).
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