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  • c. 1850 – Blair, SC – $173,900


c. 1908 – Reading, PA – $114,500

405 Douglass St, Reading, PA 19601 - Sold*

Move right in to this well maintained Circa 1908 Queen Anne Townhouse located just three doors from the Park in the Historic District. Main floor features art tile foyer w/leaded glass door leading to a spacious living room w/natural woodwork, hardwood floors, & art glass windows. Adjoining dining room has working-pocket door & hardwood. The kitchen has a center work table, plus adjoining breakfast room & 1/2 bath. The upper floors feature master w/built in wardrobe & adjoining dressing/sitting room, plus four additional rooms all w/hardwood & a tiled full bath. There is also a 2nd level porch, perfect for relaxing.

5 Beds // 2 Baths // 2552 Sqft

08/08/2014 // 10 Comments

c. 1890 Italianate – Pittsburg, PA – $179,999

2210 Sarah St, Pittsburgh, PA 15203 - Sold*

Spectacular original character in this classic turn of the century home. It is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity for an owner occupant project. The following list is all original to the home: 4 marble/slate fireplaces w/ iron inserts and tile, french door entry, pine hardwood w/ detail trim built into the flooring perimeter, impressive staircase w/ carvings, transom windows, 1800's woodwork throughout, and more. Clawfoot tub stays. Large 20x19 courtyard

4 Beds // 1 Baths // 1796 Sqft

08/14/2013 // 6 Comments

1889 – Baltimore, MD – $780,000

1407 Eutaw Pl, Baltimore, MD 21217 - Sold*

Seldom available extremely well maintained turn-key property with great cash flow. Two-story owner's unit with incredible original period details throughout Terrific cash flow. Units are spacious, some updated, two car garage and roof top deck. Outside private garden. All units rented with long term tenants. Owner's unit available for immediate occupancy. Live free with additional income.

7093 Sqft

07/31/2013 // 7 Comments

1899 Romanesque – New York, NY – $3,999,999

318 W 115th St, New York, NY 10026 - Not For Sale*

Two Side by Side Townhouses 33' WideOwn a unique piece of true Harlem History - on a secluded tree lined block, steps to parks, shopping & Harlem's hottest restaurant/cafe scene.Two side by side town houses -now one parcel.13,399 square feet of residential space allowed. Use the exisiting plans for a 7 story, 7 unit condoor create you own nirvana. Area condos have closed as high as $1,600 a square foot. One block to Morningside Park with its waterfall, duck pond, ball fields, picnic area &children's play grounds. Central Park is to the south. Columbia University & St. Luke's Hospitalimmediately to the west at the top ofMorningside Park!Building #1 is the former residence of a famous Harlem resident.The Victorian gem hosts a melange of mahogany & oak.Original handcarved central staircase with wainscotting.Original fireplace mantels.Original pocket sliding doors.Original solid oak plank floors.Original window pocket shutters.Original entrance hall wall mirror.Building #2 has been gutted to the brick walls and rebeamedBest offer over$3,999,999CURRENT LAYOUTS: Building One Building Two open cellar cellar & 4 open floors 1st floor kitchen new beams and subflooring dining room, livingroom exposed brick walls 2nd floor double livingroom no electric, gas or water service. 3rd floor 2 bedrooms, bath double dressingrooms 4th floor 4 bedrooms, bath Transportation: B & C subway at corner 9 minutes to Columbus Circle 11 minutes to 42nd Street #3 Fifth Avenue bus at corner #10 Central Park West bus at corner ample on street parking garage parking on block .Subject to errors, omissions and prior sale.

6 Beds // 2.5 Baths // 3400 Sqft

07/24/2013 // 4 Comments

1901 – New York, NY – $3,900,000

64 W 87th St, New York, NY 10024 - Sold*

Bring your architect and make this park block Clarence True original the home you always dreamed of. Offering a spectacular limestone facade, beautiful original detail throughout, sun-flooded rooms, south-facing garden, and one of the most picturesque tree-lined townhouse blocks on the Upper Westside. The property is an original detail lover's fantasy come true. And if it is a bright house you are seeking - then this one will make you smile. Currently configured as three units - a one bedroom garden apartment, vacant owner's duplex, and top floor duplex - the possibilities are endless and the value is here. Very serious seller.

5 Beds // 5 Baths // 4698 Sqft

06/06/2013 // 8 Comments

1911 – Philadelphia, PA – $700,000

331 S 46th St, Philadelphia, PA 19143 - Sold*

Perhaps the Grandest, Brightest home in Penn Alexander CATCHMENT. 2-car PARKING. Featured in Historic Architecture in West Philadelphia, this spacious corner dwelling (c.1911) has many windows on its southern face, and an elegantly carved stairway, seen through pocket doors, a bathroom with original tiles and stained glass windows & a spectacular facade. 6 large bedrooms, 3 baths, spacious living room, huge family room, large library/office/playroom. And every room is so bright. Ideal for those who love natural light, original hardwood floors, high ceilings, detailed woodwork, and stained, leaded glass throughout. 2 fireplaces. Open, bright kitchen. Back patio (or 2 car parking-or easy street parking available). Spacious, comfortable front porch, perfect for hanging out, with steps down to a built-in lovers' bench and front & side garden. Prolific cherry tree for awesome pies. Just idyllic. Perfect location within blocks of Clark Park, Farmers' Market & amazing restaurants & coffee & gourmet shops

6 Beds // 3 Baths // 4076 Sqft

08/02/2012 // 4 Comments

1901 – Philadelphia, PA – $731,500

554 N 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19130 - Sold*

Built in 1901 and designed by esteemed architect Frank Rushmore Watson for a prominent local retailer, restored in 2005, this 3.5 story Flemish Renaissance townhome full of graceful beauty is a rare find in the Spring Garden Historic District, the crown jewel of a block lined with Italianate styled architecture. Dramatic fa~~ade of Roman brick, limestone trim and carved stone. Remarkable interior with many original details. Fine ornate woodwork, sturdy pocket doors, built-in storage and original parquet floors throughout. First floor parlor with half bath, coats of arms and heraldic shields; formal dining room with fireplace, modern kitchen. Five bedrooms, den, in-law suite, library/family room with fireplace and built-in bookcases. Four gas fireplaces. Insulated skylight illuminates the grand stairwell. Brick patio with flower garden. New windows, electric, dual-zone HVAC; alarm system. Close to Whole Foods, Art Museum, terrific restaurants and more! Seller will pay for 1 year of parking at nearby lot!

5 Beds // 3.5 Baths // 3350 Sqft

07/05/2012 // 5 Comments

1920 Townhouse – Montréal, Canada – $579,000

6878 Rue St-Denis, Rosemont-La Petite-Patrie, Montreal - Sold*

Probably the first house victorienne with being built in the sector of the Small Fatherland and surely the last with being renovated. Only one family lived there. The father who was contractor it built with his employees (1919 and 1920). All is D `origin. Floors, woodworks, doors are of oak with a grid. Of an astonishing richness! Solid!

4 Beds // 1 Baths // 0

05/09/2012 // 30 Comments