With a price tag of $1,575,000, this jaw-dropping 11-bedroom, 9.5-bath property just became the third most expensive property on the market in West Philly.
It's known to locals at the Gables, a Victorian bed and breakfast that's been in operation since the 1990s. But the grand 7,605-square-foot property's history starts long before that.
It was built in 1889 by architect Willis Hale, and has served a number of roles over the years, including a doctor's home, a Catholic boarding house for the elderly, and a residence for a group of Jesuits.
The exterior and interiors are equally stunning, from the wrap-around porch and garden to the chestnut and cherry woodwork in the first-floor parlors.
Whoever snatches up this property will have plenty of options, whether it remains as bed and breakfast or becomes a single-family home.
Again, the asking price of this home is $1,575,000.