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Poll: Tiny WashWest, Crazy Callowhill or Spruce Hill Castle?

Welcome to Pick a Place. Here is the gist: We found three apartments in the $1,900/month range. You give them a look and then vote for the one you like best. This one is fun because, while they're all may be similar in price, they also range from 600 square feet all the way up to 1,100 square feet. Bust out your apartment hunting shoes, it's time to get pickin'!

Apartment 1: 314 N 12th St #907, Callowhill — $1,950
Offering unobstructed views of the Philadelphia skyline and polished hardwood floors that are over 100 years old, this expansive Callowhill apartment is unsurprisingly our most expensive on the list. Described as 'sexy' in the listing, this baby offers exposed brick and concrete, large windows and a custom designed bathroom.


Apartment 2: 400 S 45th St #1D, Spruce Hill — $1,900
Looking to lay your head in a 100 year old building near all of the amenities of West Philly? Then check out this three bed, two bath pad in Spruce Hill's newly renovated Sedgley Apartments. Featuring a large kitchen with granite counter tops and island, the main living area is open and spacious accented by dark hardwood floors. Three nicely sized bedrooms are a plus, so too is the amount of natural light that shines through thanks to an abundance of windows. Looking for more space that's a short ride to Center City? Sedgley might be you best bet.


Apartment 3: 1101 Locust St #7E, Washington Square West — $1,800
Finally, we're on the to smallest apartment of the bunch. This studio in Washington Square West is located within a short walk to everything — fabulous restaurants, Thomas Jefferson University, Washington Square. While you may compromise on space, it's 620 square feet and has a pullout Murphy Bed, you probably won't regret having this view. The building also has a doorman, fitness center and the unit comes fully furnished with a 'chef's kitchen.'


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