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Northern Liberties Rowhouse With Charm Asks $325K

The 2-bedroom home has original hardwood floors and a new roof

Every once in awhile, a charming rowhouse in Northern Liberties pops up and reminds us that it's not all new construction in that neighborhood. There was this lovely Victorian-style home that went on the market last week, for instance. Now here's another quaint 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom rowhouse that has the asking price of $325,000.

Clocking in at 1,073 square feet, this three-story house has the charm of a Trinity with the space of a normal rowhome—there's extra storage in the unfinished basement and secluded back patio off the kitchen.

And while much of the home has been updated—the hardwood floors downstairs have been refinished and there's a new roof and front door as of last year—there are also signs of its old-world charm. Namely, the exposed brick walls in the kitchen, the built-in book cases, fireplace, and original hardwood floors on the second floor, and the vaulted ceilings in the master bedroom on the third.

The home on N. Orianna Street, just a couple of blocks from public transportation and neighborhood restaurants, has undergone a few price chops over the past year, so the asking price is now $325,000.