The area of Spring Garden and Francisville is no stranger to new construction these days, with vacant lots filling up with multi-residential developments left and right. But in addition to the new builds, there’s a good mix of older structures that have been rehabbed and restored, like this old warehouse on N. 17th Street in Spring Garden, just south of the Francisville border.
After undergoing a complete overhaul just eight months ago that converted it into a 3,800-square-foot home, it’s now on the market for $1.3 million. That makes it the most expensive residential property currently for sale in the neighborhood.
The home surprises from the get-go with a two-story foyer with brick barrel ceilings and exposed ductwork. On this same floor, there’s a den with a wall of built-in bookcases and a set of French doors that open to a side patio.
The rest of the home takes on a more modern edge, trading the industrial architectural details for sleek finishes. There’s a gourmet-style kitchen that looks out to a dining area, a remote-controlled fireplace, Nest thermostats, and a pretty epic master bathroom with a separate tub and shower.
The asking price of this home is $1,318,800, coming out to $347 per square feet.
Editor’s note: A previous version of this article stated that this home was located in Francisville. It is located in Spring Garden. We regret the error.
- 651 N. 17th Street [BHHS Fox & Roach]