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Garage parking. Impressive size. Enormous roof deck. Introducing this rare find less than a block from Athletic Square, the five-acre, historic green space in the heart of Brewerytown! Upon entry you’ll appreciate the open foyer, full bath, and accessible third bedroom on the main level. (In fact, if a member of your household appreciates accessibility. This main level is a great option for you.) The architecture and interior flows seamlessly as you ascend the stair to the main level where 10-foot ceilings and the open space of the kitchen and wet bar immediately greet you. The cooking space is separated from the informal dining area with ample room for a formal dining room table. Oversized living room with fireplace. Half-bath for convenience. Enormous windows highlight the entire level. With a southern exposure, these windows bring natural light into the heart of the home. Even better, a sliding glass patio door off the kitchen provides easy access to an outdoor dining area off the kitchen and rear steps to a mulched rear yard below. This home gets better at every level. On the third floor, you’ll find the primary bedroom suite, at the rear of the home for privacy. Walk in shower and double vanity in the primary bath. Second bedroom features an ensuite full bathroom. Of course, big homes provide big roof decks. Don’t miss the roof deck above with unobstructed Center City views. We haven’t even mentioned the basement. Full, finished basement with den and fourth bedroom. It’s a versatile space. Perfect for work from home, fitness, or a private apartment. Modern but not cold. An incredible find in a rapidly redeveloping neighborhood. Incredible value with approximately seven years remaining on the property tax abatement. Visit an open house or schedule your private showing today!
|23 hours ago||Listing updated with changes from the MLS|
|a week ago||Price changed to $624,900|
|a month ago||Listing first seen online|