I’ve lived in three great row house cities: New York, Baltimore, and Philadelphia. Say what you will about the quirks and negative things, all three
Originally published Fall 2009. Photos: John Sommo For nearly as long as there have been cities, there have been open air markets. As people started
Although it’s been quiet in the news, experts predict the creepy-crawlies will be back this summer. Because their homes are attached, row house dwellers may
Article and photos contributed by Catherine Varano. Originally published October 2011. I stood nervously in the vestibule of The Waterfall Room. It was a cold,
Row Home, circa. late 1700s Inside: three bedrooms, one full bath, one half bath, brick exterior, gas heat, central a/c, two working fireplaces, two decorative
It seems like just yesterday I Googled “row house” and only came up with random sites, most about businesses with row house in the name.