These bathrooms in millon-dollar homes would have you letting off steam in a generously sized room from the cozy environs of a soaking tub or a frameless shower big enough to fix your living room sofa...
The necessity of raising their house after Hurricane Sandy to avoid future floods became a catalyst for these Margate homeowners to do the whole house makeover they had long dreamed about.
Since the start of 2018, mortgage rates have been inching up. Will that continue? If so, will it affect your ability to buy a home? The Inquirer and Daily News spoke to four economists about their predictions for the year.
A developer's proposal for a mixed-use, mixed-income project could be a model for bringing small groceries to Philadelphia's food deserts.
The owners have updated the landscaping and other outdoor features of the 10-acre farm in Bucks County. "In the summer we look forward to time on the front porch to see what wanders into our view," the owner said.
Here is what some of the most expensive properties in one of Pennsylvania's wealthiest counties look like.
Renters give Philadelphia high ratings for public transit, commute time, and recreation. The city got low ratings for safety, taxes and schools.
These three multi-million-dollar homes feature indoor pools so lovely that January will seem like a distant memory.
The "This Old House" host loves a good massage chair, if he can ever make it to one.
With more apartments and condos hitting the Philadelphia market, developers are competing to attract residents by providing dozens of amenities, including infinity pools, saunas, tanning beds and more. It leaves observers questioning: How much further can the market go?
Homeowners Ted Lewis and John Schmiechen have spent almost half their 15 years together renovating a corner rowhouse in South Philly into a fascinating blend of taste and technology.
Doing a home renovation yourself can save money and offer a feeling of accomplishment, but it's easy to get in over your head, experts say. Here are
things to consider before jumping in.
Carvana, a millennial-friendly used car company that sells via the web, is using its Philadelphia property to erect a brightly lit, stealth billboard that will disrupt the neighborhood.