Cherokee is located in the historic neighborhood of Chestnut Hill. Designed by notable Philadelphia architect, Oscar Stonorov and built in two phases during 1954 and 1958, Cherokee is a defining work of mid-century modern architecture. Complete with meticulously planned landscaping and sculpture gardens, Cherokee has a charming and unique character, complementary to its Chestnut Hill location. Entrance to Fairmount Park onsite Less than a mile from the St. Martins train station, Chestnut Hill Academy and the Philadelphia Cricket Club One mile from the shops and restaurants of Germantown Avenue in the heart of Chestnut Hill.
Farmers market, Iron Hill Brewery, Starbucks, Boutique shops and Restaurants
Large Dogs Allowed
Laundry: In Unit
Online Maintenance Portal
Other Sports Court
Small Dogs Allowed
View Type: Park
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Wissahickon Skating Club, a public skating rink that's been open since 1956, offering figure-skating lessons, hockey, a pro shop, camps and clinics, is a 5-minute walk.
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