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Character-filled Washington Square townhome wants $870K

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It’s a unique, three-bed space

Dave Ocenas

When so many Philly townhomes are going for the contemporary, clean, industrial look, it’s always a treat to come across one that’s most decidedly different.

That’s this spot at 903 Latimer Street. Built in 1979, it came about at the tail end of modernism and has a few touches reminiscent of that style, like glass block walls and a floating wood staircase.

The three-bed, 3.5-bath home opens with an asymmetrical living room that features tons of glass, oak floors, and curved light fixtures. Upstairs, there’s a kitchen with granite countertops and pendant lighting. All of that overlooks a dining room with a sleek grey fireplace and outdoor access.

Upstairs, the bedrooms feature more of the same design, as well as tons of closets, a private bedroom patio, and tiled bathrooms.

The home has seen a price jump since it last sold in 2005 for $645,000.