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On the market: Six-bedroom Victorian in University City for $669,000

"The house and neighborhood are at the best they’ve been since I moved to Philly in 1986,” the seller says.

On the market: South Philly gem near Citizens Bank Park for $325,000

“We love sitting outside in the evenings, listening to the Phillies home run bell ding,” the owner said.

On the market: A Chester County house surrounded by countryside

The couple decided to build a house in Glenmoore, Chester County, because of its location. “We are close to all shopping and major highways, yet have the feeling of country,” Paula Cording said.

On the market: Chester County farm with lots of privacy for $926,000

The 4,026-square foot home called Wyllpen Farm features five bedrooms, three full baths, upstairs laundry, a detached garage and an in-ground pool and spa.

On the market in Queen Village: Two-bedroom ‘castle’ for $799,900

When she bought her Queen Village home 16 years ago, it was the character that spoke to her. “The beams, the tiles, the curved walls and arched windows,” she said. “The two-story living room with a skylight ceiling — you can see the stars at night.”

On the market: Wallingford home with Frank Furness library for $599,000

The home, called Lindenshade, was dated and needed work when the owners saw it in 2007, but "nothing could compare."

On the market: 129-year-old Colonial in South Jersey for $169,900

“The house was just the right size for what I needed, and for the size project I was looking for,” says the homeowner, who renovated the home, built in 1890.

On the market: Former home of well-known editor of Saturday Evening Post for $795,000

Editor George Horace Lorimer was the first owner of the house. “He was best friends with Norman Rockwell and other people of influence of his day,” the current owner said. “This makes me curious as to what kinds of conversations happened around his dining room table.”

On the market: 900-square-foot Fairmount charmer for $365,000

Fairmount is “a neighborhood that is hard to leave," the owner says. “One minute you are in a bustling city, next you just hear birds and running streams.”

On the market: Historic John Palmer house with garden oasis for $1.15 million

The 2,779-square-foot property was built in 1743 by bricklayer John Bankson Palmer. “This house was built the year Thomas Jefferson was born,” the owner said. “It’s so amazing.”