There’s a lot to appreciate in this Brewerytown home, including its location in booming Brewerytown and right on the edge of Fairmount Park. But it’s the little things that make the 2-bedroom, 1.5-bath property really attractive.
The brick rowhome was built in 1916 and boasts marble stairs and a red door that open to a small vestibule. From there, it’s a traditional Philly rowhome set up on the first floor, with a living room, dining room, and kitchen in the back. Then comes the first surprise: A sunroom behind the kitchen that opens to a brick patio.
On the second floor, the smaller of the two bedrooms has access to an upper deck, and the master bedroom features lovely hardwood floors, exposed wooden beam ceilings, and another surprisingly large walk-in closet. Even more so, the full bath on this floor is huge: It has subway tiles, white cabinetry, and the shower features two shower heads and benches.
Extra space is in the finished basement, which has an industrial chic vibe going on.
The asking price of this 1,032-square-foot home at 2934 Poplar Street is $399,000.