A stone home that sits on the end of a row of houses in West Oak Lane has hit the market, debuting a brand new look after undergoing a much-needed makeover.
The home at 6642 N. 16th Street, just on the edge of Philly’s city limits, was in bad shape when it last sold in July 2017 for $77,000. Carpet covered the hardwood floors, the kitchen cabinets were askew, and the bathrooms were dark and dank.
No longer. The 1,754-square-foot, four-bedroom, two and a half bath home has been renovated from top to bottom, revealing refinished hardwood floors in the spacious living room, a brand new kitchen with plenty of storage, and a finished basement that adds an additional 513 square feet of living space.
Aside from cosmetic changes, the home also has 23 new windows, four new doors, and is now hooked up with central air conditioning and a new heating system.
The asking price of home is $216,900.
- 6642 N. 16th Street [William Kwasniewski, Century 21 Advantage Gold-South Philadelphia]