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This week, we take a more or less random walk through five varied houses that went on the market in the last few days.
It’s 2039. Here’s How We Made All Our Neighborhoods Great Again.
A ThinkFest report from a well-housed Philadelphia in 2039.
On the Market: Century-Spanning Manor in Flourtown
Three centuries of American traditional domestic architecture (skipping the 20th) in one house.
Apartment Profile: Vantage
Is this student housing or a luxury apartment building? Yes.
Just Listed: Contemporary Colonial in Chestnut Hill
Past and present play very nice with each other in this modern classic.
Regency Colonial in Bryn Mawr
Totally traditional, yet totally modern too.
Just Listed: Simple Modern Rowhouse in South Kensington
The "workingman’s rowhouse," enlarged and updated according to modern design principles.
At the Shore: Summer Retreat House in Ventnor
Looking for a historic summer house? An order of Dominican nuns has a divine offer for you.
Living in Brewerytown: A Neighborhood Guide
The hammers are swinging and the saws buzzing in this historic North Philly neighborhood.
Just Listed: Hilltop Colonial in Uhlerstown
Now on the market: Rooms and a deck with a view in a classic Colonial farmhouse that’s younger than it looks.
For Rent: Live/Work Loft in Old City
However you choose to work where you live, you can live and work here.
High Modernist Condo in Rittenhouse
Industrial-loft chic meets Scandinavian cool.
Gilded French Manor in Villanova
On the outside, it’s very modest; inside, the builder went for Baroque.
Just Listed: Restored Rowhouse in Point Breeze
A successful rescue from both an aborted renovation and vinylcide.
Supersized Shore House in Dewey Beach
With room enough to sleep 20, you might consider going into the guest house business yourself.
Apartment Profile: The Harper
In putting together this luxury apartment building, Pearl Properties thought of everything, then added a few extras for dramatic effect.