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This Art Museum home is a charmer, asks $370K

Not too big, not too small, just right

This Art Museum home is on the market for $369,900.
Courtesy of Joseph Herzog, Coldwell Banker Preferred-Old City

An incredibly charming home on a quiet block in the Art Museum neighborhood has come to the market, asking just under $370,000.

The home is located on N. Judson Street, which means the Eastern State Penitentiary is just a couple of blocks away. Like the rest of the homes on the block, this one is a two-story and has lovely curb appeal.

The two-bedroom, one-bath home is just as delightful as its exterior. The living room and the dining room on the first floor are brightly lit, thanks to a large bay window up front and a smaller window in the dining room. There’s also some character here, mostly in the form of the beautiful archway separating the living room from the dining area.

Beyond the kitchen, there’s access to a fenced-in back patio, offering some extra breathing room from the 944-square-foot house. The second story is where you’ll find the two bedrooms and one full bathroom.

Need more space? There’s a bonus room up here, too—it’s a little tight for a third bedroom, but it could work as an office or huge walk-in closet.

The asking price of this home is $369,900. If you want to check out the digs yourself, head to the open house on Sunday, February 18 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.