Wyncote borderNorth Philadelphia in Cheltenham Township, Montgomery County. Wyncote is located 5 miles from Center City Philadelphia at the southeasternmost tip of Montgomery County. The Jenkintown-Wyncote SEPTA station is one of the busiest in the Philadelphia area.

Cheltenham Shopping Center, With over 60 stores, 7 restaurants and parking for 500 cars,is here as well.

Wyncote is bordered by the Cheltenham neighborhoods of Glenside, Elkins Park, La Mott, and Cedarbrook

It was made a historic district for its Architecture, Community Planning, and Development. The Wyncote Historic District has a number of restored Victorian-era homes. The All Hallows Church (constructed 1896–1897) was designed by a firm founded by Philadelphia architect Frank Furness

The Jenkintown-Wyncote station is one of the busiest in the SEPTA system.

Wyncote is served by SEPTA, through regional rail at the Jenkintown - Wyncote train station.  Wyncote is a 30-minute train ride from downtown Philadelphia. Wyncote is also served by SEPTA buses, in particular the 77 route, which connects Chestnut Hill to North Philadelphia.

Wyncote is also a convenient location driving-wise; about a 25-minute drive to downtown Philadelphia, 2 hours from New York City,  and 1.5 hours to the Jersey shore, just to name a few.

The following Public schools are in Wyncote; Wyncote Elementary School, Cedarbrook Middle School and Cheltenham High School.

Private schools are Ancillae Assumpta Academy, Wyncote Academy, Bishop McDevitt High School Reconstructionist Rabbinical College, the only seminary affiliated with Reconstructionist Judaism

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