This 1890 gem has been cut up into eight Airbnb rental apartments. If you want to live in it, you can save the income you earn on this house until the master lease runs out, then convert it into your own Frank Furness-designed mansion again.
This is Justin Waeffler, 10, a young professional.
Tony’s Barbershop, where the mayor of Baltimore Avenue once worked, is for sale. And Green Garden restaurant’s business is for rent. Times are a’ changin’ in Cedar Park, University City.
There are six casino proposals on the table. Unsurprisingly, Philadelphians have something to say about them—and they’ll get a chance next month.
Incredible interiors that are fun, pope-worthy, fabulous and slightly bizarre in a home for sale in Center City.
There’s little Bucks County does better than farmhouse estates. This classic 1820s example on 25 acres “sits high on a South facing hillside overlooking rolling meadows, a pond and picturesque countryside”—which is basically the eau de parfum de Bucks.
Each week Property features Household Haiku, a poem inspired by a home for sale or rent on the Greater Philadelphia market.
SPOTLIGHT LISTING The default setting in classic lit seems to be a stone estate perched above manicured gardens and a rolling green lawn. This Wayne […]
Winterthur, the famed du Pont estate in Delaware, has stiff competition from a gorgeous $6 million home just a mile away. Click below to see two images, one of Winterthur and one of the private home, and guess which one is the real thing. Then marvel at the amazing photos.
INSIDE EDITION If you’re having a hard time finding a place to store all of your bottles, you may have crossed the line from wine […]
Each morning we start the day with Property’s Morning Obsession—anything from staging to woodwork to the fragment of a building.
According to Town and Country, telling a private school how rich you are and how much you’ll donate if your child is admitted is a no-no. But private schools would prefer parents to be wealthy, of course, so they’ll find your home on Zillow.com.