- Current Prices:$150,000 to $2,390,000
- Closed Prices:$130,000 to $1,400,000
- Median Sale Price:$340,000
- Average $ per sq ft:$309
- Association Fee Ranges:$0 to $1630/mo,$0,$175 to $525/quarter,$0 to $800
- Type:Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single Family Home
- Age:1847 to 2020
- Sq. Ft.:392 to 5,000Sq. Ft.
- Bedrooms:0 to 6Bedrooms
- Bathrooms:1 to 6Bathrooms
Homes for Sale
Homes in this area come in a wide range of prices, styles, and sizes.
Where to Live
In the north part of the neighborhood, you'll find residential areas lined with red brick and brownstone townhomes. Farther south, near the center of the city, taller condo buildings were built to accommodate the growing population at the end of the 20th century. At the intersection of Spring Garden Street and Pennsylvania Avenue on the western edge of the neighborhood, you'll be closest to the action and within a 15-minute drive or 35-minute walk to the city's center. All of the art museums, monuments, and parks are walking distance from this busy corner. Shops and markets, both chains and mom-and-pops, are found a little farther east. You might find parking challenging around here, but public transport is a breeze. The Broad Street Subway, also known as the BSL, is a quick car ride or walk from practically anywhere in Spring Garden. You won't have to go far for food or fun.
Where to Eat
Prepare your appetite, because Spring Garden truly a culinary kaleidoscope when it comes to dining options. Choose from British, Italian, Israeli, Japanese, American, down-home Southern cooking, Mexican, Chinese, and Venezuelan fare at some of the most popular and renowned restaurants and eateries in Philly. Often appearing on national Best Places to Eat lists, great food options are found right on Spring Garden Street.
What You'll See
If you're an art lover or cultural cuisine connoisseur, you'll feel at home in this quaint and artistic part of town. Spring Garden is home to epic museums, historic monuments, artsy attractions and breathtaking Victorian architecture. You'll have plenty of museum pickings on the official Museum Row, north of Benjamin Franklin Parkway. On the residential blocks, brownstones, red brick, and mature trees are everywhere. And in the heart of the neighborhood, a community garden covers an entire city block - perfect for exercising your green thumb.
Friday Night Fun
Head over to one of Philly's popular, spacious, and intimate music venues for live music off Spring Garden Street. Enjoy a few adult beverages with lounge eats at one of the many bars and dance clubs. Prefer something more laid back? Try Green Room, an upscale pub off Green Street, or head down to Callowhill Street to catch a performance at Underground Arts.
The Perfect Sunday
Cafe Lift has become a Philly favorite for brunch, lunch, and breakfast. It has a relaxed atmosphere in a mod-industrial mixed space and. Make it all about the museums next and stroll down Pennsylvania Avenue. Look out for skateboarders by day, movie nights, food truck festivals, and more in Paine's Park. Nearby, in Fairmount Park, there are gardens and lush green spaces where you can kick back and enjoy the view. This park runs right along Schuylkill River, great for watching the sun set over West Philadelphia.
There are quite a few reasonably priced modern townhomes, houses, and condos with incredible contemporary, urban spaces cropping up. They can seem a bit pricey compared to neighboring areas, but are still in line with the overall market. Plus, if you love the red-brick aesthetic, modern Victorian-style gardens, and vintage window settings, the premium may be worth it.
SEPTA's Broad Street Line (BSL) will get you anywhere you need to be in minutes. The buses run very frequently, so you won't have to wait too long to get where you're going. There are dedicated bike lanes for safety and easy access from neighborhood to neighborhood. The accessible nature of Spring Garden and the surrounding Philly neighborhoods will make it enticing to venture out to see the sights.
Plentiful museums, art, and festivals • Convenient public transit • Bike lanes • Relaxed vibe • Victorian architecture.
Locals Don't Love
Scarce parking • Noise.
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