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On the Market: Modern New Construction Townhouse in Rittenhouse Square

Whatever else you might say about the townhouses at the Moderna at Rittenhouse townhouse community, the one thing you can’t say about them is that […]

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Just Listed: Historic Extended Trinity in Queen Village

Most people here, when asked what Colonial Philadelphia must have looked like, will probably point to some block or other in Society Hill. But truth […]

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Just Listed: Bi-Level Townhouse Duplex in Graduate Hospital

It took them a little while to build it, but once they did, Toll Brothers discovered with Naval Square that there were lots of people […]

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Just Listed in the Poconos: Tri-Level Contemporary in Bushkill

What makes A-frame houses so popular in mountain and woodland environments? For starters, they don’t require large lots to hold their interior volume. That makes […]

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Just Listed in the Poconos: Renovated Contemporary in Marshalls Creek

As I’ve said before here, I usually don’t feature houses with photos of empty rooms because people find it hard to decorate them with their […]

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On the Market: Delancey Street Townhouse in Rittenhouse Square

Elegance from bygone days meets modern conveniences and amenities in this well-maintained and thoughtfully updated Rittenhouse Square Delancey Street townhouse for sale. What’s been maintained […]

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Just Listed: Renovated Expanded Trinity in Fishtown

Before I go any further with today’s featured-house-for-sale article, I realize I must answer the question that you’re already asking now that you’ve seen the […]

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On the Market: New Construction Townhouse in Logan Square

If you live in certain city neighborhoods — Old City, for one; Northern Liberties, for another; Rittenhouse and Fitler squares, or maybe Pennsport or Graduate […]

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Just Listed in the Poconos: Contemporary Chalet in Pocono Lake

From time to time, we here at Philly Mag have marveled at how reasonably priced Poconos houses are. Where a house at the Jersey Shore […]

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Just Listed: Rustic Contemporary Rancher in New Hope

Close to the Delaware, close to New Hope, and close to perfect: This beautifully renovated mid-1970s rancher is at once totally modern and totally old-school […]

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On the Market: Adaptable Trinity in Northern Liberties

Trinities come in two basic versions: traditional and expanded. The traditional version may have its kitchen in the basement, or it may have one tacked […]

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On the Market in the Poconos: Cedar Contemporary in Hemlock Farms

Much like so many new modern townhouses in Philadelphia look alike, it becomes hard to tell Poconos houses apart from one another after a while. […]

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Just Listed: “Builder’s Special” in Hockessin

In The Marriage of Heaven and Hell, poet William Blake famously said, “The road of excess leads to the palace of wisdom.” At least one student of […]

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Just Listed: The Ritz-Carlton Residences’ $12 Million Penthouse

The off-price clothier Daffy’s, which specialized in Italian couture at shockingly low prices, advertised itself as offering “clothing bargains for millionaires.” What you see in […]

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Just Listed: Alley Trinity in Queen Village

Londoner Charles Dickens found Philadelphia’s rectilinear grid of streets enervating. Writing about his 1842 trip to the city in American Notes, he described it thusly: “It […]