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Imagine living on one of the most picturesque & quiet cobblestone streets in a historic Old City boutique building in the showcase unit! No steps to enter this secure, first floor space. This bohemian, 2 bedroom condo is the perfect blend of airy spaciousness, practicality, and character. Special features include a barn door that can be opened + factory loft windows + exposed brick + beautiful stained glass + bedroom doors reclaimed from a school in Western Pennsylvania. The 10.5' ceilings accentuate the open expansive feel when you enter. Note the newly renovated Julia Child "hippie kitchen" with farm sink, high-end Bertazzoni stove, and room for a table and chairs. An office is positioned for people watching when the barn doors are open as part of the loft-style living room (plenty of space). Both bedrooms have doors for privacy and generous closet space. The deco tiled bathroom has style with pedestal sink and tub/shower. Hardwood floors throughout and gas fireplace. Washer/dryer in the unit. Basement storage included. Low condo fees and economical utilities make this a smart buy to live in, use as a pied a terre or for investment. A walker's paradise, 129 Cuthbert St is steps from destination restaurants, theater, art galleries, historic sites, shopping + highways/transportation (SEPTA + PATCO, I-676, I-95, bridges). Easy commute to New Jersey. Value add note: The planned Park at Penn's Landing will include the extension of the South Street Pedestrian Bridge, reconstruction and expansion of a bridge over 1-95 and a portion of the Delaware Trail. Anticipated opening of this $225 million project is 2026. This new park will completely change how residents and visitors experience the waterfront. Schedule your tour of 129 Cuthbert St today! Official public record address is 51 N 2nd St, Apt E, Philadelphia, PA 19106
|10 hours ago||Listing updated with changes from the MLS|
|a week ago||Listing first seen online|