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This house stands out from its neighbors because of the Anglicization its lower floors got around 1900 or so. It stands out even more on the inside.
The only site one needs for Rocky film locations is suitably named totalrocky.com, which confirms what one already knows about South Philly–nothing ever changes: Rocky […]
Readying Your Home for Sale on the Outside Holing up indoors stationed in front of the TV is a natural way to pass the cold, […]
Quakers aren’t much into cult-like leadership–more like building consensus, even if a single decision takes several years–but a renegade egotist is certainly welcome to buy […]
We realize that Mayor Nutter’s Actual Value Initiative (AVI) is terrifying to many, so we’ll try to calm things down with regular releases of information […]
Two bedrooms. Two levels. Central air. A private backyard. One-car garage. Washer-dryer. For $850 per month. In a neighborhood with pretty much no crime. So […]
Sometimes a home’s interior requires a potential buyer to use some imagination. This is especially true when the home’s seller has plastic slipcovers on the […]
SPOTLIGHT LISTING: Center City Carriage House for Sale John Wannamaker became a local (and very wealthy) icon thanks to his eponymous department store. He left […]
Property field reporter Gerry Senker says District 33 folks are yelling, “Bozo sucks!” The place is packed–no room in the balcony, even. Who says Philadelphians […]
It seemed like progress when the city finally changed the its antiquated zoning code after 50 years of ineptitude. But then, as with other forward-looking […]
This 4 bedroom, 7,000-square-foot home on Washington Square offers, according to its listing, “Upper East Side Lifestyle at Phila Prices!” But forget New York. This […]
Agent Frank L. DeFazio has been in the real estate business for seven years and focuses largely on Center City and the vicinity. We had […]
Office of Property Assessment, City of Philadelphia.
It was past vs. past: the 20th-century history of modernist architecture vs. the 19th-century history of the civil war. Austrian-American architect Richard Neutra designed a […]
Ah, Smiths. No, wait. Sorry. It’s *smiths. The Center City restaurant and bar on 19th Street between Market and Sansom touts its happy hours and […]