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Historic Arts & Crafts Charmer Hides Tiny Library, Many Nooks

The two-bedroom, three-bath condo in this Arts and Crafts mansion boasts a place on both the National and Philadelphia Registers of Historical Places. The Anglecot, also known as The Potter House, was built in the late 19th century by Wilson Eyre and the 1,500 square-foot curvaceous condo is asking $525,000 plus around $475 in monthly HOA dues. The undisputed centerpiece of the pad is its wood-burning fireplace with built in clock and curved bench, called an Anglecot (the more you know!). The unit also features Venetian handblown glass windows, coffered ceilings, a petite library, Travertine tiles, and two decks: garden deck right off the kitchen, and a high deck allegedly perfect for sundowners.

Explore the multifarious abode on Curbed Philly. >>