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Living in Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia is truly a city of neighborhoods each offering diverse choices for people of all ages with convenient access to jobs, cultural and historic venues, shopping, theater, nationally acclaimed restaurants and day-to-day living. So, if you’re considering a move, explore the “City of Brotherly Love” and come feel at home in Center City. A few areas to be considered are:

Society Hill - Beautifully renovated colonial townhomes and luxury high-rise buildings make up one of the premier neighborhoods in the country. This colonial area offers specialty shops, craft fairs, farmer’s markets, fine restaurants, theater and museums.

Queen Village - Settled by the Swedes in the 1600s, this popular, eclectic neighborhood boasts a variety of architecture, antique shops and our famous “Fabric Row”. The pulse of Queen Village is South Street, comparable to New York’s Greenwich Village.

Bella Vista- Located just west of Queen Village and south of Washington Square West, Bella Vista is in walking distance to the Center City business district, shopping and restaurants. The neighborhood’s essence is the Italian Market located along 9th Street, between Catharine Street and Washington Avenue. A true European open air market, it offers everything from fresh fish and vegetables to homemade pasta, exotic spices, and freshly baked breads. Some of the best restaurants in the city are located here. The architecture ranges from traditional brick row homes to modern warehouse loft conversions.

Rittenhouse Square- One of the city’s most stylish neighborhoods, with a Manhattan-esque feel. Rittenhouse Square park, located between 18th & 19th, Walnut & Locust Streets was designed by William Penn in 1682 and is one of the city’s most treasured parks. Surrounding the park are elegant high-rise apartment buildings and stately Victorian brownstone apartment buildings as well as blocks of gracious 19th century townhouses. Upscale shops and some of the city’s finest restaurants make this a most desirable destination.

Avenue of the Arts- Spanning from City Hall to the heart of South Philadelphia, this is Philadelphia’s premier cultural thoroughfare. The city’s major cultural and entertainment venues including the Kimmel Center, the Academy of Music, the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts as well as an array of the finest restaurants and dynamic new residential developments are located here.

Philadelphia Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 335 homes for sale in Philadelphia, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
50% Single Family, 18% Townhouse, 13% Multi Family, 8% Rental, 4% Land/lot, 1% Condo and 6% Other.

50% Single Family
18% Townhouse
19% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 335
Average Home Size 1,469 ft² / 136 m²
Price Range ($1,300 - $4,900,000)

Weather in Philadelphia

The average high temperatures in Philadelphia range from 40 in January to 87 in July

Average home income in Philadelphia

The average household income of a Philadelphia resident is $55,764 with an average home value of $166,613

Population of Philadelphia

Philadelphia has 1,541,895 residents.

Home ownership in Philadelphia

The average level of home ownership in Philadelphia is 51%.

Education breakdown of Philadelphia

Education levels of residents of Philadelphia include: highschool 35%, associate 5%, bachelor 13%, graduate 10%.

Households in Philadelphia

Philadelphia has 605,202 homes, built on average 68 years ago.

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You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 335 homes for sale in Philadelphia. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Townhouse, Multi Family, Rental, Land/lot, Condo and Other. The average list price of these property results is 258,116. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Philadelphia please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 335 homes for sale in Philadelphia, PA are represented by 6 member brokerages serving the Philadelphia area. Member brokerages representing the 335 homes include Long & Foster Real Estate Inc. , WEICHERT, REALTORS®, Plumer & Associates, Realtors, Howard Hanna Real Estate Services (PA-NY-WV-MD), Patterson-Schwartz Real Estate and Duffy Real Estate.