Waverly's residential, community, and religious buildings offer a glimpse into northern Pennsylvania's New England–influenced architecture from the 1820s through the 1930s that has been restored and preserved as an exclusive suburb. Perfectly tended stone walls suggest a “way life should be” ambience. The village offers, as well, several buildings associated with Waverly's connection to Pennsylvania's Underground Railroad before the Civil War.
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