Philly isn’t often recognized for its Art Deco architecture. But that doesn’t mean it doesn’t have some stunning examples of the ornamental style.
What to look out for when traveling the city this weekend
Some homes were just born to stand out, including this Bauhaus-style home in Havertown that’s on the market for $524,900.
A new analysis finds that the housing market in Philadelphia’s suburbs decelerated in the third quarter and remains sluggish compared to city homes.
A midcentury modern in Media that dates back to 1955 has ties to a modernist architect has hit the market, asking $525,000.
After undergoing a careful restoration, a massive stone carriage house in Newtown Square is on the market for $2,599,900.
Many unsung heroes like Octavius Catto are laid to rest in this Collingdale cemetery just outside of Philly. The problem is finding out exactly where all of these notable citizens are buried.
The latest housing market report shows signs of a recovering suburban housing market. But we’ve seen this rise and fall before.
From astro turf to sunken sitting areas, looks like not much has changed since the home was built in 1969.
A new report finds that the housing market gap between Philly and suburban has never been greater.
The 3,597-square-foot home was designed by none other than Robert McElroy and hides away in the woods of Radnor Township.