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Frank Furness home in East Mt. Airy from 1885 asks $615K

Yep, that’s a Furness all right

This large home at 7318 Boyer Street in East Mt. Airy stands out with its whimsical exterior, a mishmash of Victorian stick style and Queen Anne architecture. It all makes sense though once it’s learned that Frank Furness was the brains behind the design.

The 3,400-square-foot house was designed by the local architect in 1855 and built by Francis Innes Gowen & the Tourison Brothers as part of the Gowen Estate. The period architecture is evident from the get-go and the home’s bottom half is wrapped Wissahickon Schist stone.

Behind the front dutch door are hardwood floors, French doors, big bay windows, and original fireplaces, including one that features Henry Mercer tiles. There are also two side porches on this level, including a screened-in sunroom and an open deck off the updated kitchen that looks over the property’s big backyard.

Full article here:

https://philly.curbed.com/2017/10/3/16408856/mt-airy-home-for-sale

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Kismet Co-Work brings a taste of big city entrepreneurship to the Hill

Check it out!

Photos by Brian James Photo Studio

Kismet Co-Work brings a taste of big city entrepreneurship to the Hill

To learn more about Kismet, visit kismetcowork.com. To try the space out with a one-day free pass, call 215-934-9772.

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