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Cozy East Falls Tudor with soaring ceilings asks $390K

That fireplace nook though

The Tudor-style homes that line Midvale Avenue in East Falls are almost unbearably charming both inside and out, including this 3-bedroom home that just hit the market.

Like the rest of the Tudors on this street, this home was built in 1928 as part of a 210-home community development led by Michael J. McCrudden through the 1930s. It’s now one of the dozen or so historic districts in Philadelphia.

Most of the homes have similar setups: A large living room with soaring ceilings and exposed beams, as well as a cozy nook under the stairs with a fireplace.

In this 1,584-square-foot home, there have been some modern upgrades, namely in the kitchen. Turns it out this space originally served as the garage. Now, it has room for a dining table and has access to a small patio out back.

There are nice touches throughout the rest of the home, too. Upstairs, the master bedroom has door access to a potential roof deck, and there’s a clawfoot tub. The basement has also been finished, so there’s room to grow.

The asking price of this home is $390,000. Another Tudor down the street is currently under contract and last listed for $349,900.