This is the house you have been waiting for! This thoughtfully updated three bedroom home filled with classic Fishtown charm is located on a quiet, tree-lined block close to all your local favorites. Step inside to a welcoming open concept living and dining room space anchored by gleaming hardwood floors and filled with an abundance of natural light from the two front windows. The kitchen is tucked behind the dining area, but it is smartly connected to the main living space by a pass-through window. The kitchen features dark granite countertops accented by mid-tone wooden cabinets and GE stainless steel appliances. The layout of the kitchen is the perfect working triangle formation, making it an ideal space cook all your weekend farmers market finds. There is even a window above the kitchen sink with a wide ledge to hold your cooking herbs. The main floor of this home was made for entertaining, with easy access to the cutest outdoor patio made for nighttime BBQs complete with twinkling string lights. Of course, it is a great spot for all your daytime lounging and gardening too! On the second floor, you will find a good-sized guest bedroom with two windows to let all that sunlight in and the main bathroom. This bathroom features a large vanity perfect for extra storage, pretty neutral porcelain tile and a deep jetted tub for relaxation. Off the second floor hallway, there is conveniently located storage area with a stackable washer and dryer located inside (no more basement laundry!). Upstairs, you will find the master bedroom and another sizeable guest bedroom. The size of third floor living space, provides a lot of options for use, even the possibility of turning the entire floor into a private master suite. The basement has good ceiling height and could easily be utilized as another living space. This property has central air conditioning, so you do not have to worry about installing cumbersome window unit air conditioners before summertime. Not only is this home a short walk from local favorites Cedar Point Bar & Kitchen, Loco Pez and Fishtown's dining scene on Frankford Avenue it is also close to public transit and I-95. However, this is the kind of block where you might just opt to stay home and sit outside on your front stoop at night just chatting with the neighbors!
Fishtown is called as such because of the occupation of its earliest residents.Explore
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