The new owner of a Queen Village house figures out just how complicated it is to move into a Trinity rowhome.
This renovation has definitely gone through some iterations and changes since we started in January—and no project isn’t without its hiccups. Here are some of the biggest issues we’ve run into so far.
The new owner of a Trinity realizes that too many chefs in the kitchen can be a bad thing—especially working within 776 square feet.
In the next installment of Renovation Diary, Trinity owner RoseAnn Hill explains why she hired an architect and details the design plans for every floor.
As our Renovation Diary series begins, an out-of-towner dives into her latest home renovation project in Philly.
It was built just over a decade ago
From the tree-lined, cobblestone Quince Street to the English Village on St. James Place, there are plenty of lovely alleys hidden throughout Philadelphia.
The place has been completely redesigned by its owner, an interior decorator
From Center City to Northern Liberties
From a historic mansion to a new renovation
In University City, Northern Liberties, and Queen Village
There’s a lot to look at if you have the money
There’s a lot of variety
The interior is covered in brick and has undergone all new renovations, especially in the kitchen
From a spacious Mt. Airy twin to a cozy Fishtown rowhome.
There are more than enough options at this price point
It’s a two-bedroom place
It’s complete with a private patio
Here’s where you’ll find the mobile beer garden in Philly’s parks from May through October.
It came forward at a meeting on Tuesday
Colorful home with three stories and two beds
The latest of several recent Target locations in Philly
From Lower Merion to Queen Village
It features four beds and four and a half baths
Stark-white walls and chandeliers adorn this house
From Queen Village to Manayunk
The options stretch from Fairmount to South Philly
This final installment of Renovation Diaries on Curbed Philly is ready for its big reveal. See how the Philly rowhome shaped up, in before-after photos.
This home at 610 S. Front Street just hit the market, asking a cool $2,200,000 for a 4,800-square-foot home with four bedrooms.
a new report that breaks population growth down by zip code shows that the neighborhoods east of Broad Street are significantly outpacing the rest of Center City.
There’s a really wide range between more than a dozen neighborhoods, a sign of a healthy housing market, according to a new report.
From a midcentury modern by Richard Neutra to a classic West Philly Victorian, these 10 Philly homes were the most beautiful of 2017.
Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a dive into the options available for a certain price point in various Philly neighborhoods. Is one person’s townhouse another’s studio? Let’s find out!
Welcome back to Curbed Comparisons, a dive into the options available for a certain price point in various Philly neighborhoods. This week we’re looking at homes for sale asking around $400,000.
After undergoing a recent price chop, a charming Trinity in Queen Village is on the market for $399,000 and comes with a bunch of perks not often offered with these traditional Philly rowhomes.
A historic home hidden away in Queen Village that dates back to the mid-1700s is on the market, now asking $995,000 after recently undergoing a pricechop from $1.1 million.
There are more than a dozen parks in the works or proposed for Philly, from a park over I-95 to a tiny neighborhood parklet.
After undergoing a top-to-bottom makeover both inside and out, this Queen Village home is debuting its new look by hitting the market, asking just under $700,000.
A tastefully renovated home in Queen Village is big on everything, from its impressive square footage to its asking price.