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Passyunk Square home asks $475K after impressive restoration

Like night and day

A lovely brick rowhome in Passyunk Square has hit the market for $475,000 after undergoing an intense and much-needed renovation.

The current owner tells Curbed Philly that before he and his wife bought the property in 2010, "it was a mess." For decades, the home had been neglected—when they moved in, it took five dumpsters to empty out all of the debris, dirt, and trash.

Underneath all of that, though, they discovered some beautiful architectural details. Throughout the renovation, the owners worked to restore as many of those details as possible, from the original hardwood floors, stair rails, vestibule with marble floors, and the trim detail throughout. Today, the home features three bedrooms and two full baths, plus a new kitchen.

Here’s how the exterior of the rowhome looked in 2010 compared to today.

The asking price of this home, just four blocks from East Passyunk Avenue, is $475,000.