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Stunning West Philly Corner Rowhome Seeks $825K

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The 6-bedroom home is almost too good to be true

A walk through West Philly never ceases to surprise us. This set of turn-of-the-century Victorians on 46th Street have always left us in awe, wondering what glorious interiors we'd find behind their closed doors. Now with the new listing of this corner rowhome on 46th and Pine, we have a clearer picture—and it's as beautiful as we had hoped.

Built around 1911, this 6-bedroom, 4-bath home is the definition of grand. It clocks in at 5,195 square feet and features impressive architectural details in nearly every room, from the intricate millwork in the foyer (check out that built-in bench), to the beautiful bay windows in the bedrooms, to the pocket doors that separate the staircase from the dining room.

The kitchen is probably the most "modern" space of the entire home. It was recently renovated and is what looks like one of the only rooms that features recessed lighting. Most of the other spaces have installed period light fixtures.

The location is pretty great, too, says real estate agent Jeff Block, who lives down the block. It's a quick walk to Clark Park and Baltimore Avenue, and not far from Penn.

The asking price of this stunner is $825,000.