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On the market: A Victorian house near the Penn campus for $880,000

The house, believed to date to the 1890s, retains most of its original features, including wood floors, carved arches and mantelpieces, and original leaded and stained glass windows.

On the market: A house ‘near everything’ in South Philly for $279,000

“It’s close to the stadiums, close to the Italian Market,” the owner says. “The shopping on Columbus Boulevard is great, and it’s walkable to Center City."

On the market: A Symphony House condo for $1,325,000

“I wanted to be in a location where I could park the car when I came home from work on Friday and walk everywhere," the owner says.

On the market: A low-maintenance condo in Northern Liberties for $314,999

The condo has 941 square feet of compact practicality, as well as new hardwood floors and mechanicals, including central air, and several years left on a tax abatement.

On the market: Historic riverfront home in South Jersey for $339,000

In addition to being historic, the house sits near the water. “You can go for miles out on Timber Creek or the Delaware River," the owner says. "There’s lots of wildlife.”

On the market: Three-story Georgian home in East Kensington for $550,000

“We gutted the whole house, but we kept all the cool architectural features,” the owner says. “The marble in the foyer, the staircase, the trim in the front (living) room, the banister.”

An Arts and Crafts home with the ‘wow’ factor in Wyncote

The Montgomery County house was in move-in condition, including central air conditioning, which allowed the new owners to concentrate their attention and checkbook on furnishings in keeping with the period.

A Greek revival rowhouse in Center City furnished by two generations of antique collectors

The collection started with Jack Murray's aunt Margaret, a shrewd shopper, and "when she was finished, I began," Murray says. "You don't know where to stop. There's a fine line between sanity and insanity."

House or museum? Decor showcases eclectic collection in Cherry Hill

Cynthia Guerra harvested items from flea markets, estate sales, and, in one case, the curbside a step ahead of the trash collectors to decorate her Cherry Hill home.