623 Sears Street

BEDROOMS: 3 | BATHROOMS: 1

LISTING PRICE: $235,000

Tired of renting? Ready to own a piece of Philly before it becomes completely unattainable? Upgrading your lifestyle? Considering running an air-b-and-b? Investing in a property to rent out? Here's your opportunity. Start with the lofty first floor. This stylish home is well appointed, open and flooded with natural light. The large windows, high ceilings and hardwood floors are the perfect setting for your house plants to thrive and to showcase your fabulous rug collection. The open floor plan flows the eat-in kitchen to your outdoor living space and private patio, perfect for grilling and dining al fresco. Upstairs you'll find 3 bedrooms. You'll enjoy working from home or tinkering with your hobbies in middle bedroom (or dressing area) that is illuminated by a large skylight. Your lifestyle will fit seamlessly into this centrally located home mere steps from the heart attack of Philly. Nearby you'll find the city's best sandwiches, open air markets, shops, bakeries, bars, international cuisine restaurants, coffee, vegan treats, gelato shops, etc. Any hunger can be satisfied in a matter of seconds. Uber eats? What's that?!? Goodbye waistline! Oh, by the way, there are at least 3 different gyms and multiple yoga studios nearby so you can eat and drink whatever you want and work it off whenever you want. Out of town guests? Push them out the door on foot, no directions necessary. One block down is one of the most interesting in the neighborhood with a gardened median and mix of unique architecture and mosaic-tile. Walk to booming Passyunk Square! Marrying the very best of old and new, you'll love the neighborhood's strong Old World roots coupled with a contemporary and trendy feel unlike anywhere else in the city. Recently named one of Food & Wine magazine's 10 Best Foodie Streets in America, enjoy Passyunk's cutting-edge restaurants such as Fond, Will, Birra and Stateside, bars such as the POPE and Stogie Joe's, and classics, Marra's and Mr. Martino's. Strolling the Avenue, you'll also find eclectic boutiques, coffee shops, vintage clothing stores, an urban garden store, yoga studios and a specialty grocer. This location has easy access to SEPTA's Broad Street subway line, highways, and a number of buses providing a quick commute to the sports stadiums and Center City. Are you sold? Well get your buns through the door before you miss your propertunity.