The Overbrook Farms Club is the country’s oldest home owners’ association, founded, along with the community for which it is named, in 1892. Since that date, the Club has worked to preserve and protect the historic fabric of the community and maintain the quality of life of its residents.

Overbrook Farms is a residential neighborhood in Philadelphia listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The neighborhood is located near the western border of the city, leading to Philadelphia ‘s famed Main Line. At present, there are 413 buildings in Overbrook Farms, which is bounded by 58th and 66th Streets and Woodbine and City Avenues, and bisected by Lancaster Avenue .

In 2003, the Overbrook Farms Club Board of Directors voted to submit application to the Philadelphia Historic Commission nominating Overbrook Farms for historic certification in Philadelphia.

Board Members 

Proposed Overbrook Farms Historic District Documents

 Nomination form | Map | Inventory