Connor Barwin’s Small-ish, Expensive Condo is For Sale


Connor Barwin is moving up in the world. His salary this year will come in at $6,400,000, up from $4,300,000 last season, and that’s letting the everyman (likely) get himself a nicer place. So, he’s selling his relatively small, $1.25 million condo at 1800 Pine St. in Rittenhouse. The sale listing on details the 2232 sq. ft. space:

As you approach and enter this corner unit, which was originally a grand mansion building, now split into 3 multi-level condominiums, each with its own entrance, you will immediately notice how the historical features have been preserved. As you set foot into the front door foyer area, you walk into a large, open floor plan living space with oversized windows, and high ceilings. This particular unit was completely renovated with the finest custom finishes including custom scraped hardwood floors throughout and top of the line everything. The kitchen has beautiful granite countertops, an over-sized sink, micro tile backsplash, & is equipped with Viking appliances, including refrigerator, range, microwave, and dishwasher. The 2nd floor of this dramatic, custom condo, features 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths. The master suite, which has a city skyline view, features custom closets and a large walk-in, ultra-luxury master bath with gorgeous white marble. The basement is fully finished and features a bar dating to the room’s reputed past as a 1920’s-era gathering place. The home had all new systems installed including all new electrical and mechanical, as well as all new plumbing.

There are only pictures of the living room (above) and kitchen (below) available, but it’s certainly more subtle than Chase Utley or Jonathan Papelbon’s places. Built for a hipster, too:


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21 Responses

  1. ….and the hipster blogger writes about the hipster Eagle yet again.

      1. Exactly!!! All that fuckin’ money to live in a fuckin’ apartment? Oh, excuse me, I mean condo! Sorry, I forgot the upper class use fancy names for common things to make themselves sound important.

        1. owning something is different than not owning something and paying someone else every month

          I knew the difference by middle school

          By upper class, you must mean everyone who isn’t on min wage

          1. Only a fuckin’ idiot would buy an apartment in the city over a house in the country!

  2. Not to mention this was on on Friday. Very timely, Jim.

    BTW, did you boys know Chuck Bednarik died, or didn’t the Pony Express make it to Horsham yet.

    1. Chuck did indeed die. That is correct. But is a post even necessary? Zero of us saw him play.

      I just think it’s funny that no follow up post to the Nova debacle has made the rounds.

  3. Smartly the hipster pays $1 a year in real estate taxes with the abatement.

  4. I’ll just dip into my ramen noodles money and just like that Conner’s place will soon be mine.

  5. Is there any Philly Sports blog sites that actually update often that I should check out instead of coming here? This is a legitimate question. I like to read about Philly Sports NEWS and also this random BS that gets posted here (not to mention the, usually, funny comments). I get that this site is supposed to be TMZ: Philly Sports, but I would like to find a site that also gives me news and info multiple times a day. Only so many websites I can look at when bored at work. Do not plan to ditch this site, but just want a place that has actual blogs being written about the sports themselves.

    Thanks! TL;DR

    1. Do you ever come here on the weekends and then find yourself laughing because, oh yeah, it’s the weekend and this is CrossingBroad?

    1. Barwin is a stereotypical needy hipster douchebag and that Miles posted cinches it. What a friggin’ tool this SEPTA riding attention whore is.

  6. Hey Jimbo, are you gonna ask to take a tour of the place and try to sneak into the bedroom and look for some of Barwin’s drawers to sniff?

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