Estately Real Estate Search analyzed 11 different data sets to arrive at its rankings of which actual cities most resemble the fictional Springfield portrayed on “The Simpsons.” The chart below shows the criteria as well as each state’s ranking in each category. As you’ll see, Pennsylvania does well not only with power plants, which we knew, but with businesses named “Moe’s,” which I would not personally have assumed.
Meet the Jewel Mae, a Springtown home fashioned after Italian villas. As can be seen from the photos, its earthy stucco façade, vine-covered garden pergola, and indoor claw foot bathtub (that overlooks part of the giardino) ensure it maintains an Italian aesthetic.
Other highlights include antique carved doors and rustic chandeliers hanging from fifteen foot beamed ceilings. Flooring is comprised of antique pine and heated limestone; arched and double windows have barn wood sills.
The Springfield Country Club in Delaware County has expanded its Tavola Bar & Grill with a 6,000 square foot outdoor area. The new area includes dining and lounge areas, a covered bar, misting system, and three fire pits. The expansion aims to make the Springfield Country Club and Tavola a wedding destination.
Check out more on the space at Philadelphia magazine’s Bridal Bulletin.