Welcome Home to Callowhill
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Also known as the Loft District and "The Eraserhood" in reference to David Lynch's film that was inspired by the neighborhood, Callowhill is a unique and exciting enclave of some of Philadelphia's most vibrant live music venue and independent art venues! Here, you'll discover the Asian Arts Initiative, the Laio Collection of antique Chinese and Japenes art, and the Studio Incamminati School for Contemporary Art.
Taste the City
You have to sample the many delicious restaurants of Callowhill! There are a number of amazing options available with food from all over the world. You simply have to try the impeccable Venezuelan cuisine served at Sazon Restaurant or have a wild night at the Trestle Inn Whiskey & Go-Go Bar. Other delicious options include Cafe Lift, Prohibition Taproom, and the Institute Bar.
Things to See
Home to an array of exciting Philadelphia attractions, there's always something new to do or try in Callowhill. Steps away from this neighborhood is the famous Edgar Allan Poe Historical Site, which is home to the house Poe lived in and wrote many of his most famous tales! Check out North Seventh for awesome live music, or the Underground Arts venue for unique performances.
Should You Buy or Rent?
The answer might surprise you! All in all, it depends on your unique situation. That being said, when you buy a home you're building wealth, investing in your future, and putting down roots in a community you care about.
Ready to Fall in Love with Callowhill?
We can help! As your local real estate experts, we're with you every step of the way- from helping you find your dream home, to recommending movers and showing you what you'll love about this community. Contact us today to start the hunt for your dream home, or to discuss your specific real estate needs.
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