Pennsylvania, as one of the original 13 colonies, has been part of American history since the founding fathers drafted the Declaration of Independence. Located in the Mid Atlantic region of the United States, its varied climate affects the type of homes and lifestyle in the region. The area has newer subdivisions of traditional single family colonials as well as city row homes and old farmhouses along homestead properties.
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Beyond its few large cities, Pennsylvania is broken up into smaller townships and rural areas, maintaining a small town feel. Philadelphia, one of the most influential cities in the nation, is its capital and largest city. With national sports teams like the baseball team, the Phillies, and the football team, the Eagles, as well as a huge selection of historical attractions, Philadelphia offers plenty of enrichment. Within the city, there are some parts that are densely packed with small row houses, and other more upscale neighborhoods with detached homes in various revival styles such as Colonial or Tudor. Pittsburgh, on the western side of the state, is the next most populous city. Home of the Steelers and the Pirates, Pittsburgh's residents experience more climate variation due to its proximity to the mountains. The city's housing landscape is a mixture of 19th century townhomes, wide Victorians and suburban Cape Cods. Allentown, back in the east, is a smaller city that offers a more tight-knit community. There are additionally many types of historic homes in Allentown, with older duplexes, Craftsman homes and industrial buildings that have been converted to loft apartment units.