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5 Lovely Homes Around Philly That Just Got Pricechops

Maybe the smaller price tags will help them find buyers

Everyone likes to read about a beautiful home that's for sale. Even better? When a bunch of them chop a chunk off their asking prices. We've featured the following homes on Curbed before, but all of them just got a price cut.


Curbed readers fell for this West Mt. Airy home when we first wrote about it in March when it listed for $579,000. It just chopped a mere $15,000 off the price tag, bringing it down to $564,000. The 4-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home clocks in at 3,063 square feet, and is a mix of old and new.
[7003 Lincoln Drive]

This elegant Mansard-style home in Wenonah, New Jersey hit the market in January with an asking price of just $500,000. Now, its price tag is $425,000. It's stunning, and there are plenty of original details including a Mercer-tiled fireplace, plantation shutters, and pocket doors. Yes, it's in Jersey, but it's about 30 minutes from Center City, give or take.
[1 S. Clinton Street, Wenonah]


This Rittenhouse Square contemporary home has actually undergone a number of pricechops since it listed in November for $1.2 million. Now, it's below the $1 million belt at $975,000. The current owners have renovated the home from top to bottom.
[1925 Delancey Place]

This one's for the history buffs: This cozy 18th-century farmhouse was first owned by an army buddy of George Washington. It listed in January for $959,900 and is now down to $889,000. In addition to the 3-bedroom, 2-bath home, there's a 2-bedroom, 1-bath carriage house on the site.
[172 Golfview Drive, Ivyland]


Over in Society Hill, this Federal-style townhouse just listed in March for $1.2 million. Today, it's down just a bit to $1,190,000. It was built in 1816 and still features original shutters, pine floors, and wood-burning fireplaces.
[272 S. 3rd Street]