826 S 51st St – SOLD

Not a detail was spared when this right-size home was totally renovated in 2011, and the property has been lovingly maintained since--the only thing left for the next owner is to upgrade your furniture to match the house. From the statement-piece stone mantel in the living room to the reclaimed wood breakfast bar, the pro-series... Continue Reading →

4731 Hazel Ave – SOLD

This classic Victorian twin in a fantastic location somehow manages to be bright and breezy while still retaining much of its historic charm. Built c. 1900, the house features classic details like oak floors with decorative inlay, plaster crown molding, carved wood mantelpieces and handsome five-panel wood doors. But the brand-new kitchen, updated bathrooms and... Continue Reading →

4815 Trinity St-SOLD

It’s been over two years since a home has come up for sale on this magical block—and this one’s not just any home. This lovingly renovated and meticulously restored Victorian twin seamlessly blends original details like unpainted woodwork, a tiled vestibule with leaded glass paneled interior door and mantels with inlaid tile with upgrades like... Continue Reading →

1011 S 48th St – SOLD

This classic Victorian twin on a pretty tree-lined block has rarely-found off-street parking. On paper, it might sound like your typical University City house, with original hardwood floors, pretty plaster and millwork, and more fireplaces than you can count, but this home is nothing short of enchanting. From the mosaic accents--the owners took a class... Continue Reading →

503 S 46th St – SOLD

This well-loved, tastefully updated home sits on one of the prettiest blocks in University City, recently featured on Philly Mag’s 25 most beautiful streets list. The Victorian twin in the Penn Alexander catchment area has all the classic details—leaded glass, coffered ceilings, crown molding, oak floors with inlay—combined with above-and-beyond upgrades, like solar panels (with... Continue Reading →

5806 Spruce St – SOLD

The best houses are the ones that have been lovingly cared for by their owners for a long time, and the pride of ownership of this Cobbs Creek gem goes all the way back to 1953. The beautifully maintained home combines its charming original details, like hardwood floors, doors and woodwork, with just the right... Continue Reading →

917 S 48th St – SOLD

Every neighborhood has its magical block—in Rittenhouse it’s Delancey St., in Fairmount it’s Green St., and in Cedar Park it’s got to be Windsor Ave. This striking home sits on the corner of Windsor and one of the prettiest stretches of 48th St, which, coupled with its being one of just a handful of properties... Continue Reading →

4629 Hazel Ave – SOLD

With room after large, sunny room of beautiful millwork and well-preserved circa 1910 details on an idyllic Penn Alexander catchment area block, this is the forever home you've been waiting for. Enter through the large vestibule into the living room with a gas fireplace, dramatic crown molding and leaded glass at every turn—from the oversize... Continue Reading →

4730 Kingsessing Ave – SOLD

A return to Europe for a new job is the only thing turning these happy homeowners into sellers. What a sweet setup: They renovated the first two floors of this former triplex into a spacious, open and lofty space for themselves, and the continuously occupied third floor has significantly subsidized the mortgage over the years—an... Continue Reading →

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