Constructed in 1824, the Musical Fund Hall in Washington Square West was first used as a Presbyterian church before being converted into a large musical auditorium. PhillyMag reported that the site served as the location for the first Republican National Convention and later hosted celebrities like Charles Dickens. After the Philadelphia Academy of Music opened in 1856, there was less and less use of the Musical Fund Hall until it eventually served as a boxing arena, tobacco warehouse, and finally a condominium development. This unit was first put on the market in October 9, 2015 for $748,000 and just recently experienced a roughly $50,000 price chop. With three bedrooms and two-and-a-half bathrooms, this condo is now asking just $699,000. Some of the most notable features of this abode are its 28-foot-high ceilings, attic, and deeded parking. Take a closer look at what this unit has to offer with the photo gallery below.
· 802-10 Locust Street Unit 202 [Realtor.com]
· Musical Fund Hall Condo with Deeded Parking in Wash West
Read more at http://www.phillymag.com/property/2014/03/19/musical-fund-hall-condo-deeded-parking-wash-west/#x3dLVvbdD0CLMBLh.99 [PhillyMag]