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Main Line Monday: An Owner Dares You in Wynnewood

The home search engine Zillow has a category of homes it calls “Make Me Move.” These homes are not currently listed for sale, but their […]


Main Line Monday: Great Heights in Wynnewood

This 1978 custom-built home can be described in three words: open space galore. Set against a secluded, wooded dream, this unique home in Wynnewood mimics […]


Main Line Monday: A Totally Cute Tudor in Wynnewood

A cottage in the woods? This Tudor home looks like one at first glance, but looks are deceiving, for this home provides plenty of room—and […]


Philly-Area Supermarket Wins Right to Sell Beer

The Giant Food Store at the Wynnewood Shopping Center has received initial approval to sell beer at an in-store 32-seat “eatery,” Mainline Media News reports. […]


William Penn Inn to be Restored as Three-Unit Luxury Condo Building

The new lease on life for the historic William Penn Inn in Wynnewood officially begins today, assuming the weather holds out, of course. A ribbon cutting […]


Main Line Monday: Loves Lane Tudor Nestled in a Storybook Neighborhood

Stay in the area long enough and you’ll begin to discover Philadelphia has more than its fair share of hidden treasures for its residents to call home. […]


Update: William Penn Inn in Wynnewood Plans Get Conditional Hearing

So what ever happened to the William Penn Inn in Wynnewood? Last we heard, it had been saved from the clasps of demolition thanks to an agreement […]


Homes with Names: “Sydbury House”, a Wynnewood Jewel by…Frank Furness?

If the interior details are less Furnessian than some of you scholars and dilettantes have come to expect from a home designed by the legendary architect, there […]


Developer of William Penn Inn in Wynnewood Strikes Deal with Preservationists

Unlike its similarly named sister structure in Montgomery County, which celebrated its 300th birthday last October, the William Penn Inn in Lower Merion was facing demolition and landed on […]


Almost Sold: $1.2M Hexagonal Home in Wynnewood

Designed by late Philadelphia architect Henry Magaziner (son of the famous Louis Magaziner), this five-bedroom home was put on the market in April at $1,395,000, […]


Morning Headlines: Wynnewood Is One of the Most Popular Suburbs for Renters

Last week we heard homeownership in the area had been slowing down, only to learn the next day that the apartment market in Center City […]


For Sale: Three Furness-Designed Properties

The “eccentricity of his architectural designs” may have appalled some of his contemporaries who clung to more traditional forms, but Philadelphia’s Victorian starchitect Frank Furness […]


Unique Hexagonal Home Designed By Henry J. Magaziner

In January of 2012 Hidden City profiled late Philadelphia architect Henry Jonas Magaziner, describing him as both a preservationist and advocate whose “inspirational presence” could […]


Lower Merion Historic English Village Home Has Koi Pond and Artist Studio

Architects are lucky in that they get to design their dream home. This particular Tudor house is located in Lower Merion’s English Village historical district, and […]


Sabrina’s Opens on the Main Line

Sabrina’s has opened another outpost of its popular cafe in Wynnewood. The Main Line location is located in the former home of Sam’s Grill in […]