A quaint 3-bedroom, 1.5-bath rowhome in Roxborough has hit the market for $250,000 after undergoing both small and significant changes.
The cosmetic changes include paint jobs in nearly every room, all new light fixtures and ceiling fans, and added crown molding in the cozy living room. But the current owners have also made some big-time changes, starting in the back of the house.
What was formerly a mud room is now a small, but welcome addition of a half bath. The details here are key, from the subway tiling to the 100-year-old paint-chipped sliding door on barnyard tracks.
They also flipped the staircase to the basement from the kitchen to a closet in the dining room. This allowed for more storage and space in the kitchen.
The owner told Curbed Philly, “I did a lot of the renovations myself and I just hope it goes to a cool family who will love it like we did.”
The home clocks in at 1,110 square feet, which comes out to $225 per square foot.
- 524 Seville Street [Rife Real Estate]