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Rustic chic condo in Francisville asks $395K

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It offers character in new construction

This Francisville condo is on the market for $395,000.
Courtesy of Matthew Condello, BHHS Fox & Roach-Spring House

It may look like your typical new Francisville development from the outside, but the interiors of this new two-bedroom condo offer some character and charm, and a price tag of $395,000.

The 1,400-square-foot condo is unit one in a new five-story building at 853 N. 15th Street, a short walk to Girard Station on the Broad Street Line. It features two bedrooms and two full bathrooms, as well as a storage garage on the ground floor.

Its farmhouse-style aesthetic is what makes it a standout. The kitchen, which looks out to the living room, features exposed barn beams, a farmhouse sink, subway tiling, and open shelving. The breakfast bar, adds to the rustic style as it’s lined with shiplap.

The two bedrooms are located on the lower level and are both decently sized with access to the two full bathrooms. The master suite’s bathroom meshes well with the kitchen’s finishes: There’s a custom-built double-sink vanity and the shower is lined with marble subway tiles.

Along with the $395,000 price tag, HOA fees come out to $140 a month. There’s a second, smaller unit available in the same building: Take a gander here.