Home and Real Estate Editor
Sandy Smith is Philadelphia magazine’s Home and Real Estate editor. A Kansas City native, he has called Philly home for more than 35 years. He reports on houses for sale, condos for sale, apartments for rent, new construction, development and trends in the Greater Philadelphia real estate market.
Spacious and stylish, with a dash of extra personality that splits its bedroom in two.
Built in the 18th century but outfitted for living large in the 21st.
Here you can live like a Main Liner while enjoying outdoor life Poconos-style.
A “Pinterest-perfect” renovation has made this classic house better than new.
In the beginning, a Mission Revival garage and stable; now, a strikingly stylish contemporary residence.
Historic, pretty as a picture postcard, and perfect for exploring both the Poconos and small-town life.
It’s either a chance to relive your childhood memories of Shore summers or a chance to tear it down and build something bigger.
Attractive, well-maintained, centrally located and all of 163 years young.
It’s a big apartment building with equally big amenities. Including a bocce court and podcasting studios.
Rustic, yes — but domesticated as opposed to woodsy.
In 1896, it was a life-saving station. Today, it’s a life-affirming year-round compound.