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Salvaged is the New New in $675K Queen Village Home

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Photos via BHHS Fox & Roach-Center City Walnut

Asking $675,000, this 18-foot wide, four-bedroom, two-bath home in Queen Village just went through a $120,000 renovation, has 12-foot ceilings, yadda yadda, yadda. Just —would you look at that kitchen?! Completely remodeled by Greensaw Design & Build using environmentally-friendly materials such as cork flooring and Cambria quartz, the kitchen also features locally sourced salvage materials (salvaged pine, oak & barn wood & mushroom board and lighting). This Urban Earthship concept is really catching on, isn't it. The 2,232 square-foot home's design also includes exposed stone walls, and a working cast iron stove. The master bedroom has hardwood floors, a fireplace, and recently upgraded custom closet units. The master bath has been remodeled to include a retrofit antique dresser vanity, Fireclay glazed brick, a limestone tiled shower, whitewashed salvage brick flooring and School House Electric Co. lighting.

· 248 Catherine Street [Estately]
· First ever Urban Earthship coming soon to West Philadelphia [Curbed Philly]