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Updated East Passyunk home is just right, asks $329K

Not too big, not too small

This East Passyunk home is on the market for $329,000.
Courtesy of Michael Pascarella, Keller Williams Realty Center City

A home in East Passyunk has just come to the market after undergoing a renovation that restored the home’s brick facade and original paint colors. It’s a classic South Philly rowhome that looks and feels just right.

The home at 524 McKean Street stands out from the rest of the rowhomes on the street with its new bright red front door. Behind the restored facade is a small foyer that opens up to the living room with a brick accent wall. The floor plan here is typical of a South Philly rowhome, with the living room followed by the dining area and kitchen.

The kitchen underwent a big transformation and now has Shaker cabinets, new appliances, a subway tile backsplash, and open shelving. The two and a half bathrooms have been updated, too.

The 1,444-square-foot home also features three bedrooms, including a master and two smaller rooms. Feel tight? There’s also a finished basement and a back patio with space to do some urban gardening.

The asking price is $329,000, and there’s an open house on Sunday, September 24 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. if you care to peruse the premises in person.