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Charming Fairmount row home with columns asks $380K

The two-bed home has exposed brick and a decorative fireplace

Via Morgan Payne and Coldwell Bankers

Fairmount is a neighborhood with a ton of curb appeal—from quiet, treelined streets, to old Philly row homes.

And behind some of those brick and stone facades sit some serious old-Philly gems, like this place at 892 North Taylor, which just listed for $379,900. Built in the late 1800’s, the two-bed, one-bath home offers 800 square feet of space with hardwood floors, exposed brick, and a decorative fireplace in the living room.

Two columns mark the entrance to the dining room and updated kitchen, which has granite countertops and access to a private patio.

Upstairs there are two sunlit bedrooms and a hall bathroom. The home has had a price jump since it last listed and sold for $315,000 in 2015. If you’re eager to check it out, there’s an open house on Sunday from 1 to 2:30 p.m.


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