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Industrial Fishtown Home by Roland Kassis Seeks $450K

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It's definitely reminiscent of La Colombe and Frankford Hall

If you're a fan of Fishtown haunts like La Colombe or Frankford Hall, then this property on E. Oxford Street is right up your alley.

This industrial chic property was developed by none other than Roland Kassis, who has dominated Fishtown's growth with those two projects, as well as Fette Sau, Root, and countless others up and down Frankford Avenue. The 2-bedroom, 2-bath home was formerly a commercial brick building that Kassis redeveloped into a two-story residential property.

"There's nothing else like it on the market," says real estate agent Michael Garden of Space & Company. "It's the perfect blend of loft and rowhouse."

The main living area features industrial details like exposed brick and cinder blocks, reclaimed wood, and a built-in bench. The modern kitchen, however, offers a break from the factory-like vibes with its waterfall island, subway tiling, and white cabinetry. Off the kitchen there's a large backyard patio that's closed in via cinder blocks and reclaimed wood.

The floating staircase leads to the second floor, which features mostly modern finishes in the bathrooms, including subway tiling. There's also access to a roof deck on this level.

The asking price of this home at 1432 E. Oxford Street is $450,000.