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Midcentury modern rowhome in Washington Sq. West asks $598K

One of these is not like the other

The quintessential Philly rowhome is brick, three stories, and often has a lovely cornice and shuttered windows. But this rare rowhome in Washington Square West goes against the grain.

The 3-bedroom, 2.5-bath home was designed with midcentury modern flair. It’s evident from the get-go that it’s not like the others, with one stretch of front windows cutting the rowhome in half. They look out to the always bumpin’ Segar Park across the street.

It also features a unique layout that’s almost reminiscent of a Trinity, with the updated kitchen on the lower level and the main living area on the first floor. Upstairs features parquet floors in the bedrooms, and a small but private deck.

The asking price of this 1,800-square-foot home is $598,000.