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Elkins Park home has a touch of rustic charm for $400K

It has four beds and two full baths

Just north of Philly, tucked into a cozy Elkins Park street, is this 1915-built charmer, which just dropped on the market for $399,900.

The home, which has four beds and two and a half baths, was completely remodeled just a few years ago, in 2015. It opens into a hall with a wooden staircase and a living room off to the side.

However, the real draw of the first floor, is the kitchen, which sits off to the other side of the staircase and features recycled barn beams in the ceiling and an exposed brick wall with a built-in granite shelf. Between the warm lighting, the drawers tucked into the brick, and a wooden beam doorway, the kitchen has a lot of rustic charm.

Find more of that feel upstairs, with a worn wood barn door in front of the second floor bathroom. The bedrooms are spaced between the second, third and fourth floors, and have great views of the outdoors and patio below.

The home was last listed in 2015 for $345,000, but has since bumped up slightly in price.