The homes of Chestnut Hill have always charmed, but recently the housing market here has really been hitting it out of the park. Take this 3-bedroom, 2-bath carriage house that sits tucked into the edge of Fairmount Park.
The Hollowood Estate is located on three acres and features three 19th-century homes that have been restored. It's so picturesque and charming we almost expect a fairytale to unfold right before our eyes.
Remember this Chestnut Hill stunner? It caught our eye back in May when it first listed with a $2.15 million price tag. After undergoing two price cuts in less than a week, it’s now on the market for $1,850,000.
Since the warm weather is here for awhile, we looked for rentals that embraced the outdoors in some way. Is one person's loft with an outdoor balcony another person's townhouse with a pocket garden? Let's find out! Today's price: $1,800/month.
If you're looking to getaway to the European countryside, you don't have to look very far. This stunner of a stone home in Chestnut Hill sits on more than two acres and looks over the Morris Arboretum and White Marsh Valley.
Philly architect Robert McGoodwin left his mark on Chestnut Hill throughout the 1900s, designing homes for prominent families. So it comes as no surprise that his personal residence is just as impressive, and now on the market for $1,195,000.
One week after chopping $250,000 off its asking price, the iconic Vanna Venturi house in Chestnut Hill is now contingent. According to multiple real estate listings sites, an offer on the the Robert Venturi-designed home has been made.
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The stunning stone home sits on 1.3 acres just on the edge of Morris Arboretum. The interiors have been impressively renovated with modern finishes, though we'd love to camp out in the sunny "conservatory."