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Impeccably Renovated Fitler Square Home Asks $1.75M

The historic home was the first one built on the block

This stunning 2-bedroom, 2.5 bath home in Fitler Square is impressive enough on its own. But you have to see photos of the property prior to a massive renovation to truly grasp its impressive transformation.

Real estate agent Kristen Foote tells Curbed Philly that she sold the property at 2401 Spruce Street to the owners in 2014. They hired Hanson General Contracting to reconfigure the entire home, which is registered historic and was built in 1831—the first home on the block, in fact.

The 2,495-square-foot home now features an open floor plan and a floating staircase that reaches the third floor, which was converted into a media room from a bedroom. While it has new oak floors, the original exposed beams were kept intact. It also has access to a roof deck that has views of the skyline.

The master suite now has the entire second floor to itself, and now includes new oak floors, a built-in desk, and an entirely new bathroom and walk-in closet.

The asking price of this Fitler Square home, which comes with a gated parking spot, is $1,750,000.