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William Penn began his journey in London, so it’s no wonder that, much like that fabled city, Philadelphia has created a sense of community through creating distinctive neighborhoods. From the original two square miles stretching from the Delaware to the Schuylkill and between Vine (or 676) and South Streets to the sprawling 136 square miles the city currently covers, as the city has grown and changed so have her neighborhoods. Finding the perfect home has as much to do with where it is as what it has to offer. To that end, we’ve created these neighborhood guides to help you determine the perfect location for your new home. Every neighborhood has something wonderful to offer, and we’re excited to help you find it.


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