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Francisville rowhome gets French countryside treatment, asks $519K

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What a transformation

This Francisville home is on the market after a top-to-bottom renovation.
Photos by Plush Image for Matthew Condello, BHHS Fox & Roach-Spring House

What was once a run-down fixer-upper in Francisville has now been turned into a handsome rowhome inspired by the French countryside. Now, it’s on the market for $519,000.

The home at 869 Perkiomen Street sold last year and was in pretty rough shape. But a year later, has debuted a whole new look, complete with a fresh paint job out front and crown molding, white-washed beams, and brass fixtures within.

The 1,700-square-foot home has three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms. Original, refinished hardwood floors run through the first floor all the way to the kitchen, where there is a custom range hood, a farmhouse style sink, and open shelves complementing white cabinetry.

The country vibes continue upstairs, especially in the master suite where there are reclaimed sliding barn doors and a bathroom with a custom vanity matched with rustic mirrors.

Take a tour of renovated rowhome below. Want to see it in person. There’s an open house on Sunday, February 18 from 1 to 3 p.m.