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5 Must-See Open Houses This Weekend

Would you believe that four of this week’s featured houses are old enough to make it onto the historic register?


Where to Live in the Philadelphia Area if You Love Walking to Great Restaurants


Living in Yardley: A Neighborhood Guide

Philly Real Estate Showdown:

Real Estate Showdown: A House in the Woods vs. a House by the Water

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Bunk beds and shelving for books in a children's bedroom (Source: Lonny)

Property’s Morning Obsession: Kids’ Rooms You’ll Want for Your Own

Lonny’s “How to Design a Kids Room Your Children Won’t Outgrow” is so enchanting, it’s enough to make you decide to have kids even if […]

For Rent: One of Philly’s Most Unusual Homes, G8’s 2400 Amber Street

It’s not just the facade that makes the contemporary home at 2400 Amber Street in Kensington stand out; it’s how the home was made. A […]

How to Prepare Your Home for an Open House

If you’re looking to sell you home, the term spring cleaning is going to take on a whole new meaning for you. A neat, orderly […]

The Tiny House Movement Gets the Ultimate Sendup

It hasn’t happened much in Philadelphia (though it has in Kennett Square), but in other parts of the country, throwing out all your junk and […]

Wilson Eyre Jr.’s Anglecot Unit Goes Back on the Market in Chestnut Hill

Did 19th-century architect Wilson Eyre Jr. ever imagine that this magnificent and innovative single-family residence he built in 1883 for linoleum magnate Charles Potter would […]


Attention Tourism Officials: Philadelphia Gets Important Feedback

Other feedback includes: “I live here a lot” and “1/10, would not live again.”

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Hottest Philadelphia City Neighborhoods: Let’s Start With Graduate Hospital

The April 2013 issue of Philadelphia Magazine should be hitting newsstands soon, and the cover story is about the hottest neighborhoods in our area. While […]

Property’s Morning Obsession: The Elegiac “In Residence” Series, Part One, By Nowness

Nowness.com is a website about culture, design, fashion, art–any number of topics the editors fancy. It won a Webby Award for Best Fashion Website and […]

Get Started on Your Own Garden

If the winter blues have left you dreaming of a beautiful flower garden or vegetable plot, now is the time to start planning and planting. […]

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Property Video: A Soothing Step-By-Step Guide to the First AVI Appeal

Did you receive a property assessment in the mail in mid-February? Did you look at it and think, “That’s ridiculous–this house isn’t worth $XXX,XXX” and […]

Old World Charm Meets Modern Conveniences in Society Hill

This home is a classic case of opposites attracting. Old World charm meets modern conveniences in Society Hill. The 1830s townhouse at 3rd & Spruce […]

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For Sale/Rent

Interior Design

Interior Design


The Old Tastykake Factory Looks Awful But At Least We’re Still Saying “Wooder”

The photos out of the old Tastykake factory are heartbreaking–so much so, it’s hard to imagine ever enjoying the clotted moisture of a Butterscotch Krimpet […]

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Which Is the Least Violent Neighborhood in Philadelphia County?

That would be West Mt. Airy, according to the what Technically Philly’s Juliana Reyes calls the Inquirer’s “beautiful” crime app. “In the last 30 days, […]

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Philly’s New Casinos, Plus the Apparently Related Crappy Basement of a Complete Stranger

There are six proposals for Philadelphia’s next casino, and you know wherever things ends up, people will complain. So let’s forestall the inevitable moaning and […]

The King Is Alive and Well and Living in South Philly

You might recall that Seattle real estate blogger Ryan Nickum was so impressed by Philadelphia’s number of basement bars, he started a Tumblr devoted to […]

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