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18th-century Society Hill home with postmodern touches asks $2M

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Design elements galore

Alcove Media, Via John Duffy, Duffy Real Estate

Behind the historic and colonial exterior of this Society Hill building sits a unique (and somewhat postmodern) home that just dropped on the market for $1,997,000.

The four-bed, three-bath home is located at 348 South 4th Street, and boasts a brick, colonial facade with great curb appeal (it is Society Hill, after all). Inside the town home a large kitchen sits front and center, outfitted with a restaurant-worthy stove.

Much of the draw of the place lies in the uniquely designed living room, which features a number of postmodern design elements, like a circular fireplace (that works), and an asymmetrical layout. Part of the space has ceilings that stretch up two floors, and a wooden spiral stair connects the room to the second story.

Alcove Media, Via John Duffy, Duffy Real Estate

Upstairs, the second and third floors feature bedrooms with the same dark hardwood floors and sleek white walls as the first floor. Outside, windows look over the private garden, with space enough to hold parties.