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In Fitler Square, a renovated 19th century home asks $2.3M

The 5-bed home was almost entirely renovated, save for some historic elements.

A Fitler Square place that blends the classic brick facade found in many 19th century Philly townhouses, with a sleek and updated interior, just came on the market for $2.25 million.

The five-bed, four-bath place offers 4,000 square feet of almost entirely renovated space.

The first floor has a living area with the first (of several) bay windows, high ceilings, and a fireplace with a marble mantle. The kitchen features Calcutta marble, a built-in wine rack, and a breakfast nook overlooking the garden.

Ornamental light fixtures hang throughout the home, from the gold-colored chandelier in the dining area, to an industrial-style fixture in the breakfast nook.

The bedrooms are upstairs on the second and third floors, along with a bathroom that has a claw foot tub. The master bedroom on the second floor also features a massive walk-in closet with a vanity and chandelier.

The basement of the home is entirely finished, with a den area and a painted brick archway, and it leads out to a private, enclosed patio in the back.

The home recently underwent massive renovations, which included relocating the kitchen and the stairs, and renovating most of the rooms, including the bedrooms, bathrooms, and basement. The current owners, who did the renovations over the past two years, also preserved a lot of historic details about the place, like its fireplaces and crown molding.

Fitler Square

2300 Pine St, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Visit Website