Welcome To Ellis Preserve
With an eye on the future of apartment living, Madison Ellis Preserve creates a new sense of place for today’s resident. The unique character of the Ellis Preserve master-planned community is unlike any other development in suburban Philadelphia. Residents will enjoy immediate proximity to Newtown Square’s latest fitness, retail, and dining options, as well as the area’s newest Whole Foods.
This is a place where upscale living meets walkable convenience. This is a place where modern aesthetics harmonize with a rich history and lush environment. This is Madison Ellis Preserve Apartment Homes.
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- Fitness center with WellBeats on-demand programming
- Package concierge
- Pet spa
- Resident lounges
- Business center
- Bicycle storage and repair area
- Resort-style heated pool with in-water sun seating
- Putting green
- Outdoor yoga studio
- Outdoor kitchen with seating
- Grilling areas and seating
- Fire lounge
- Sun lounge
- Surface parking as well as secured garage parking
- Car charging stations
- Buildings and amenity areas are access-controlled
- Located in the Marple Newtown School District Features & Floor Plans
The community is situated within Ellis Preserve, a 218-acre, master-planned development located near the intersection of Newtown Road and West Chester Pike in the heart of Newtown Square, Pennsylvania.
Residents at Madison Ellis Preserve Apartments will enjoy all that this master-planned community offers including easy access to the Ellis Athletic Center, a 15-acre community green space, walking trails, and the shops and restaurants at Ellis Preserve Retail. The retail is anchored by a Whole Foods Market and includes a host of other convenient shopping and dining options.
Madison Ellis Preserve Apartments are just off Route 252 with easy access to I-476 and local employers, such as SAP America, Sunoco, Ameripath, Innocoll, Main Line Health, Morgan Stanley, and more. In addition, the community is perfectly located with easy access to the unique and inspired shops, restaurants, and conveniences of the Main Line.