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​Delancey Place Townhouse (Joseph Hancock, c. 1865)

The façade of this once dignified mid-19th century structure was all that was salvageable after suffering years of neglect and dubious “renovations.” Careful planning and unwavering sensitivity brought it into the 20th century as every wall, window, door, floor and mechanical system was redesigned. This residence now enjoys gracefully flowing spaces in the exuberant recreation of its original grandeur.

Wall Street Journal Empty Nesters Reclaim the Kids’ Rooms
Philadelphia Inquirer The Sophisticated Bathroom
Philadelphia Inquirer What Dreams Are Made Of
Philadelphia Magazine Rooms With Style
Philadelphia Magazine Past Perfect
InCollect Top 4 Interior Design Projects; Dazzeling Delancey Place Townhouse, Designed by Eberlein Design

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