Historical Treasure in Chestnut Hill

Spotlight Listing: Chestnut Hill

One of the benefits of living in Chestnut Hill is the abundance of architecturally unique, historical homes. Among the gems is Cheston House, an 1890 residence named to honor one of Chestnut Hill Hosptital’s doctors. The owners preserved many of the home’s distinctive features—leaded windows, gabled dormers, arched opened—which give the home a sense of character.  The house has also been updated with modern amenities, including a state-of-the-art kitchen, and boasts lovely gardens that were part of the 2006 Historical Society tour. This historical treasure in Chestnut Hill combines the best of both worlds.

102 W. Chestnut Hill Ave., Philadelphia
Price: $1,195,000
Bedrooms: 6
Bathrooms: 4 full, 1 half
MLS: 6183321

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  • http://twitter.com/igglesblog Derek / IgglesBlog

    The last point also screams mean regression.

    And I realize we’ve been saying that for weeks.

    • What Would Saracen Do?

      Man, I hope so. I don’t know if I can watch 10 more weeks of this kind of football.

  • defroe81

    i find my self saying all the time it just looks like they never practice that makes no sense to me…

  • barry_nic

    Well then why doesn’t Washburn give Graham more time? He is impressing me more and more. It’s not if you get knocked down, it’s if you get back up and how perform when you do. He set out to prove he wasn’t a bust, not with words, but with actions. He hasn’t been thumping his chest and say “Look at me!” he has just been quietly getting the job done on the field. I think and hope Bowles will let Washburn know the boss and not let him tell him what to do like he did w/Juan.

    • barry_nic

      LOL, I can’t type today. I hope Bowles will let Washburn know HE’s the boss, I think that Juan defered to his coaches too much and that’s what the defense looked at times to be disjointed between the Line, Linebackers, and secondary.

    • Reyco

      I’m betting it’s because he splits time with Babin and Washburn and Babin are tight from their time together in Tennesse.

  • Reyco

    I noticed how money those passes to jackson have been as well on the outside, especially when they line him up on the left. I think the only reason MM doesn’t run them more is that he likes to keep them in his pocket for 3rd and long in critical situations and doesn’t want corners jumping the route. Then again, he could become predictable calling it those situations as well. If I’m a coordinator, I’m rolling a linebacker out in zone under that route in every 3rd and 10-15 on jackson’s side.

  • Will

    Graham looks to be coming into his own! Good sign for the future.