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5134 Cedar Ave

November 17, 2017

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This totally renovated right-size house is in an ideal Cedar Park location. For the homeowner who wants to unpack and enjoy their new house from Day 1, this is it. No picking out tile or worrying about paint colors; come home to all-new everything–including central air, hardwood floors and a full appliance package–and breathe easy […]

4811 Kingsessing Ave – SOLD

September 22, 2016

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This beautifully renovated, perfectly sized twin is on a quiet street just a few short blocks from Clark Park. From the tasteful finishes to the original details and functional layout, it feels like this one was built to suit. The living room is wide rather than long, making furniture setup a breeze—there’s a decorative fireplace, […]

1230 S 51st St – SOLD

September 15, 2016

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This renovated duplex is a perfect turnkey option for an investor looking to get in on the University City market, or equally suitable for an owner occupant who doesn’t need a sprawling Victorian—live in one unit while tenants help pay the mortgage. A total gut renovation, the property maintains its original charm alongside creature comforts […]

5025 Larchwood Ave – SOLD

August 9, 2016

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This beautifully renovated twin on one of the neighborhood’s most popular blocks checks off everything on the must-have list. Curb appeal, original details including refinished hardwood floors throughout, providing character and a cool, almost rustic vibe, on-trend kitchen and baths—this house has enough to draw in even the pickiest buyer. The main level is completely […]

5031 Locust St – SOLD

July 22, 2016

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You get just the right blend of old and new in this right-sized University City twin. The original oak floors with inlaid border, which are in amazing condition and run throughout the house, along with leaded glass windows, pretty turned staircase and bay windows showcase the classic features of the home. On the flip side […]

4731 Hazel Ave – SOLD

June 23, 2016

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This classic Victorian twin in a fantastic location somehow manages to be bright and breezy while still retaining much of its historic charm. Built c. 1900, the house features classic details like oak floors with decorative inlay, plaster crown molding, carved wood mantelpieces and handsome five-panel wood doors. But the brand-new kitchen, updated bathrooms and […]