Your luxury retirement resort is waiting

Is The Hill at Whitemarsh a resort? It certainly feels that way from the active and elegant lifestyle you’ll enjoy here. This is a retirement community that fits the way you live, with a fully equipped Fitness and Aquatic Center and a range of wellness and cultural activities to nourish body and soul.

Spacious upscale maintenance-free homes in a
variety of styles

Wellness programs support an active and healthy lifestyle

Community life that is powered by shared activities, interests and charitable pursuits

Unlimited access to
Life Care Coverage

Cultural programs
on- and off-campus
with museums, theaters, libraries and arboretums

Our Story

The Hill’s story began in 1765, when a German immigrant purchased land near the Wissahickon Creek and named it “Erdenheim,” meaning “Earthly Home.” Over the years, Erdenheim Farm passed through a succession of owners, including the Dixon and McCausland families. In 2001, they sold a portion of the farm to The Hill at Whitemarsh.

A commitment to preservation

Today, Erdenheim Farm occupies 450 acres, including a beautifully manicured orchard and a large greenhouse. Its preservation is the product of an extraordinary collaboration among The Hill, The Whitemarsh Foundation, the Dixon and McCausland families, community organizations, governmental agencies and numerous area residents. Their efforts have succeeded in protecting the Farm from further development, maintaining its serene views, and continuing its agricultural activities. The farm is one of the last sanctuaries of pastoral life within the greater Philadelphia area and The Hill is fortunate to have it as its neighbor.

It’s where you want to be

Located just minutes from Center City Philadelphia as well as Chestnut Hill, The Main Line, Huntingdon Valley and Abington, The Hill’s gently rolling landscape and bucolic charm provide its residents with the perfect backdrop for luxurious resort-style retirement living.

The Hill at Whitemarsh