The borough of Shillington, PA, covers one square mile of land in Berks County, just a few miles southwest of Reading and some 60 miles northwest of Philadelphia. Known as “The Town Beautiful,” Shillington today houses a population of roughly 5,300 people.
Shillington came to exist in 1860 as part of Cumru Township when the area had a thriving inn known as the Three Mile House, built a century earlier. A post office opened in Shillington in 1884, and the borough was officially incorporated in 1908. Shillington has long been known as the location of Angelica Farm, home to Pennsylvania’s First Governor, Thomas Mifflin, in the 1700s. In the 20th century, Shillington gained further notoriety as the childhood home of author John Updike.
Only the hands of highly experienced automotive professionals will deliver the right auto repairs to car and truck owners in the Shillington community. Lee Myles Auto Care & Transmissions proudly utilizes these very hands, serving as the one-stop destination for Shillington drivers to get comprehensive auto repairs on most foreign and domestic makes. No matter the extent of your vehicle’s needs, all of us are committed to “going the extra Myle” in auto repairs. We look forward to serving you at our convenient shop location in nearby Reading.