A lovely rowhouse in the heart of Powelton Village has come onto the market after undergoing a top-to-bottom overhaul, transforming a run-down property into a sweet three-bedroom, two-bath home.
Bought in 2012 for $100,000, the current owners completely gutted the property, which was filled to the brim with trash, both inside and out in the large backyard. Today, the 1,656-square-foot home is basically brand new, with hardwood floors, a built-in breakfast nook, and a new windows, doors, and utility systems.
The three bedrooms include a master suite, which takes up the third floor of the home and has its own bathroom and walk-in closet.
It’s also worth noting the home’s location at 32 N. Preston Street. That address puts the home within walking distance to the El and University City, and all of the future development in the works for Powelton and the surrounding neighborhoods.
Like what you see? Might want to act fast—the seller tells Curbed Philly that since listing last week, multiple offers have come through, so the family plans to go with the best offer within the next few days.
They note that while they’re sad to be leaving the home, it’s “such a great house for a young couple or family” and hopes that the next owner love it as much as they did.
- 32 N. Preston Street [Garrett Elwood, How Real Estate]