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Luxury Philly Homes
Welcome to LuxuryPhillyHomes.com. If you value convenience, culture, wellness, and sustainability then the luxury homes and neighborhoods in and around Philadelphia most certainly have what you are looking for. Take a tour of this site, save your favorites or reach out to us with any questions.
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Luxury Home Categories

Luxury Condos

Whether you are looking to downsize or want easy access to work and play, condos offer a variety of lifestyle choices & living experiences from "loft-style" industrial buildings to full service, new construction properties.

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Luxury Townhomes

Many townhomes date to the early 19th century, feature rich details such as wood floors, mahogany doors, stained glass, marble or stone mantles and exquisite wood work and modern updates such as elevators, home gyms and wine cellars.

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Mansions & Estates

These expansive homes recall America's gilded age and offer lush gardens, indoor and outdoor pools, movie theaters, professional-grade gyms, wine cellars, elevators, multiple kitchens, tennis courts, guest houses – and more!

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Neighborhood Guides

Rittenhouse Square

Long-considered one of the most enviable neighborhoods in the city, Rittenhouse Square spans Market to South streets from the north to south and runs east to west from Broad Street to the Schuylkill R ...

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Society Hill

While mostly residential this sought-after community also includes a combinations of restaurants, historic attractions, and shops. It was home to many post-Revolutionary luminaries including Samuel Po ...

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Washington Square

When city founder William Penn designed the civic architecture, he establish Washington Square as a public green space. Today the tree-lined pathways serve as a memorial to Washington and soldiers of ...

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Old City

Next to Independence Mall, where the country’s Founding Fathers declared liberty, Old City still boasts charming cobblestone streets and plenty of 18th-century charm — along with an independent streak ...

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Queen Village

A homey, welcoming tangle of narrow blocks, attractive architecture and mature trees, the area began as a working-class suburb. It eventually folded into the city proper in the mid-1800s. This unique ...

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Northern Liberties

This former manufacturing district has attracted artists migrating north from Old City by the neighborhood's charm. The mix of residents and entrepreneurs led to a network of bars, restaurants, and bo ...

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Art Museum / Fairmount

Home to Philly's world-class museums the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Franklin Institute, and Rodin Museum, young families moves to this area to enjoy its proximity to beautiful green spaces and a thri ...

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Bella Vista

Bella Vista was the first Philly neighborhood settled by Italian immigrants, which informs much of what exists today. The 9th Street Italian Market is the oldest open-air market of its kind in America ...

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Fitler Square

Located southwest of Rittenhouse Square, this gem of a neighborhood is situated around the half-acre park known as Fitler Square between 23rd and 24th Street at Pine Street. The Fitler Square Neighborhood is an easy walk from the city's most lively commercial areas, yet remains thoroughly residential. The Square provides the site for annual seasonal events and activities. The buildings that surround Fitler Square rarely stand more than four stories tall, and the surrounding tree-lined streets form a continuation of the Square as an urban oasis of tall shade trees and well-tended gardens. Though rich in history and lively with commerce, it's the human charm of the Square and its neighborhood that seduces visitors and enchants residents. A blend of neighborliness and intimate community combined with a cosmopolitan urbanity, all set near the heart of a major American metropolis, Fitler Square provides an environment unmatched by any suburban development, and affords a rich, exciting diversity that elicits and sustains the passionate loyalty of its neighbors.

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Graduate Hospital

Though the large medical institution is no longer in operation, Graduate Hospital has developed its own solid reputation. South Street West is clean, well-lit, and pedestrian friendly thanks to vibran ...

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Center City

Center City is third only to Midtown Manhattan and Washington D.C. in the total number of downtown arts and cultural organizations per downtown resident, surpassing Chicago, San Francisco and Boston. The city’s rich historic fabric was recognized in 2015, when Philadelphia was named the first World Heritage City in the United States. Center City’s world-class attractions have turned the downtown into a major tourist destination and created a dynamic environment for residents of all ages to live, work and play. A nationally acclaimed restaurant scene attracts people from across the region. Downtown Philadelphia has also recently become a national retail destination, with Conde Nast Traveler naming Philadelphia the Number 2 best shopping city in the world. National retailers are joining a mix of unique boutiques downtown, creating a distinct walkable shopping experience.

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Main Line

The "Main Line" is another name for the western suburbs of Philadelphia along Lancaster Avenue (U.S. Route 30), extending from the city limits to, traditionally, Bryn Mawr and ultimately Paoli. The up ...

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