Philadelphia’s iconic Museum of Art is perched atop Fairmount Hill. The name now extends to the surrounding neighborhood.

The area’s history goes back to the earliest days of Pennsylvania. Founder William Penn planned to build his home atop Fairmount Hill, but was recalled to England before doing so. The British heavily fortified Fairmount during the Revolutionary War as they attempted to repel George Washington’s army.

Today the neighborhood is a quiet and comfortable mix of students, professionals and families. Center City is minutes away by road or public transport.

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