The unbearable and dangerous heat wave that hit Philly may have had folks camped out in front of the air conditioner all weekend, but we would’ve gladly braved the heat to hang out in this Fishtown home’s backyard.
This 4-bedroom, 3.5-bath rowhome on E. Eyre Street features a handsome brick exterior out front, and an impressive backyard that stretches on and has a ivy-strewn brick building as its backdrop. The yard was re-landscaped and now features an elevated deck, patches of grass, a small garden bed, and a downsized brick patio in the middle.
The green oasis is impressive, but so are the interiors. The 1,950-square-foot home was recently rehabbed and features a brand-new kitchen with a cute breakfast nook that looks out to the backyard.
Upstairs, some of the home’s original details remain, including the random-width hardwood floors. Two of the bedrooms have exposed brick with wood-burning fireplaces, and the third floor offers a more rustic chic vibe with its exposed beams.
The asking price of the home, which is a block from Frankford Avenue, is $459,900.