426 S 44th St Unit 2 – SOLD

At last—the first boutique condo conversion in the Penn Alexander catchment area. These large homes provide the gracious scale and original details that are the hallmark of the neighborhood’s Victorian houses, while offering all the right updates, including all-new kitchens, bathrooms, HVAC and the ease of maintenance associated with condo living. No aluminum-and-stucco boxes here;... Continue Reading →

426 S 44th St Unit 1 – SOLD

At last—the first boutique condo conversion in the Penn Alexander catchment area. These large homes provide the gracious scale and original details that are the hallmark of the neighborhood’s Victorian houses, while offering all the right updates, including all-new kitchens, bathrooms, HVAC and the ease of maintenance associated with condo living. No aluminum-and-stucco boxes here;... Continue Reading →

4621 Pine St G405 – SOLD

This bright, beautiful Garden Court condo offers the space of a house with the convenience of single-floor living in an amenity-rich elevator building. With original hardwood floors and crown molding throughout, three exposures, generous room sizes and plenty of storage, this lovely unit is ideal for both first-time buyers and those transitioning from a single-family... Continue Reading →

4200 Pine St #402 – SOLD

This pristine, beautifully appointed home with deeded parking is in the historic Trumbauer mansion, a 5-year-old condo conversion in the heart of University City, close to HUP and UPenn medical schools, and in the Penn Alexander catchment. Featuring high-end finishes, gorgeous Brazilian cherry floors throughout, video intercom entry system, laundry with Bosch frontloaders and a... Continue Reading →

4621 Pine St G510 – SOLD

The epitome of modern elegance, this fabulous condo offers all the space and comfort of a house without the hassle. With gleaming oak floors and beautiful original details throughout, this sun-drenched 5th-floor unit is in pristine condition. Enter into the foyer; to the right is a den with south-facing bay window, and to the left... Continue Reading →

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