BEDROOMS: 3 | BATHROOMS: 3
LISTING PRICE: $375,000
We hate to be bossy, but don't let this unique heart-breaker get away. There's more to this beautiful end unit townhome in a cul de sac community than meets the eye. This house features off street parking for at least three cars. Surprises abound as we like to say in the industry. This recently-built, attractive, three-story brick end unit townhouse with rear patio is nice and wide, with wide low stair cases. 15' wide in new construction is actually at least a foot wider than turn-of or pre-mid-century homes with old school party walls.
There is so much space in the open concept first floor that you get a clever entryway designed for shoes, toys, coats and mail to be easily and neatly stowed. There's also room for a formal sitting or reading area that can showcase fancy accent chairs before your cozy sectional in front of the television. The kitchen has granite counter space and extra cabinetry for miles, as well as upgraded stainless appliances, including a 5-burner stove. The kitchen/dining area is L-shaped, with room for an island and an eat-in/dining room table, and a credenza or hutch. From the dining area, you’ll find sliding glass doors opening out to your outdoor living area perfect for grilling and dining al fresco. Downstairs you'll find a haven for guests, or a man cave, or a recreation room; toys for kids, work out equipment for adults. There's a well-appointed 3-piece bathroom, storage, and polished concrete floors. The utilities are in great shape including a new high efficiency hot water tank and central air.
On the second floor, two bedrooms share a spacious hall bathroom next to a hallway laundry closet. The third floor opens to a master suite, with his and her walk-in closets and a three-person soaking tub! But that's not all, there's a hall stairway to the roof where you can install your own roof deck with unobstructed views of Center City and the Delaware River. If that's not enough, then location, location, location! Don't underestimate the Flat Iron section of Fishtown. It's full of character and charm, as well as ease and convenience.
Did you know you can play bicycle polo at the newly refurbished Cione Playground? In the summer, Cione’s pool has family and adult hours, plus swimming lessons for all. The new Pineville Tavern that originated in Bucks County and found its second home is a short walk. Two famous Philadelphia eating establishments are also just nearby, including Stock’s Bakery with its scrumptious pound cake, and Tacconelli's for its best and most exclusive pizza in Philly. You can't get more convenient to the I-95 North and South entrances, to the IGA, and other nearby amenities. Public transit options include direct bus routs to Templ U and CCP, as well as the refurbished antique trolley that takes you all the way across the city on Girard Ave. to the Philadelphia Zoo. Walk to all things Fishtown and Port Richmond. You'll need to after being so close to so many food options.