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Traditional Graduate Hospital home with modern interiors asks $450K

Lesson in contrasts

A cute two-story brick rowhome with a gray cornice, black window shutters, and flower boxes.
This Graduate Hospital home is on the market for $450K.
Photos by Dan Robnett for Philly Home Girls

If you like the look of Philly rowhomes, but don’t want to deal with the downsides of living in an old home, consider this Graduate Hospital home that’s traditional on the outside and sleek and contemporary on the inside.

The two-story home has plenty of curb appeal, from the gray cornice to the window shutters and flower boxes. But previous owners transformed the interiors into a modern oasis, featuring a floating staircase and a kitchen island with a waterfall countertop.

The two-story home features two bedrooms and 1.5 baths, so it is rather cozy. The white-washed brick walls, skylight, and transom windows on the second story make the home seem bigger and more airy that one would expect with just 976 square feet of space. There are also space-saving details like pocket doors to the full bathroom, as well as an extra family room in the basement and cute a patio out back.

The home, right in the heart of Graduate Hospital, is on the market for $449,500.