Well, that was fast. This four-story new construction home, asking $450,000, hopped on and off the market in a matter of days. Yet another indication that there might just be something to the claim that Fishtown is Philly's most interesting neighborhood, after all. A few doors down from this eco-friendly loft was once a 19th century pickle factory, the three-bedroom, two and a half-bath abode boasts 2,500 square feet of living space, a "green wall" trellis, quartz countertops, a roof deck, and the promise of low utility bills thanks to spray foam insulation throughout. The house "had an offer in a few days," says Ian Toner of Toner Architects, who worked with Red Oak Development Group on the home, whose rapid sale might even signal hope for that hot mess of a house across the street, which was to be brought to sheriff's sale (again) late last year.
· 1832 Sepviva Street
· Toner Architects
· This eco-friendly Philly loft was once a pickle factory [Curbed]
· Philadelphia's most interesting neighborhood [Cory J. Popp]
· Linebarger Speaks on the 'Darrell Clarke House': We're Taking It To Sheriff's Sale [Philadelinquency]