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The Weekend Report: Top Curbed Philly Posts of the Week

From a squee-worthy Tudor in Mt. Airy to a report on how to buy vacant land from The City for as little as a dollar, from riffing on the possibility of a living sidewalk running through Philly's dank subterranean passages to news of a whopping $1 million price cut for Lynnewood Hall, this week has been a week jam-packed with warehouse conversions, church conversions, a country manse, the Toll Brothers, Cecil Baker, and just a little Twee. It's been quite the week; here's a recap.


· How to buy a vacant side yard for as little as $1
· Bike paths in abandoned tunnels? Elementary my Dear Watson
· Just plain adorable Tudor in West Mt. Airy asks $498K
· Lynnewood Hall gets another $1M chop
· $289.9K for NoLibs conversion loft. Don't use ladder when drunk
· Live on your roof deck and swing life away for $439K
· 1896 manse seen on HGTV asks $2.575M
· Owners of award-winning Cecil Baker home sweeten deal
· 1923 Ardmore Baptist Church next in line for ReBuild
· 1 bedroom at 1352 Lofts asks a half a mil