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Historic Washington Square West Home Asks $565K

It’s 100 years old

Red door alert: This 2-bedroom, 1-bath home in Washington Square West is charming, certified historic, and just hit the market last week.

The 100-year-old property was added to Philadelphia’s Register of Historic Places in 1961. Some original details remain, including the pine floors, and many of its features give the vibe of an expanded Trinity.

But otherwise it has clearly undergone some significant updates, from the designer kitchen that looks out to a quaint back patio to the marble bathroom upstairs on the second level. The two bedrooms are on the third level and feature skylights.

While the home sits on a quiet, tree-lined street, it’s centrally located among Washington Square West’s active restaurant scene. The asking price is $565,000.