From the street, you might think you can predict what you'll find inside this 18th century Federal mansion: some crown moldings, a grand staircase, some marble, chandeliers, perhaps. But a glance inside this one-bedroom, two-bath condominium, asking $495,000 and renovated by ISA Interface Studio proves you can't tell a book, or a house, by its cover. Inside the brick Society Hill townhouse, the second floor unit (featured in the Inky in 2011) is a study in minimalism. The open plan living space features Schiffini cabinets, Bosch appliances, and a large bedroom with a juliet balcony, and clean lines and white walls abound.
· 521 Pine Street [Estately]