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Industrial Old Kensington home with brick archways wants $460K

The two-bed place is located in the Steel Factory Lofts and features exposed brick and wood beams.

Dan Robnett, via Re/Max

A two-bed Old Kensington home with a ton brick and exposed wood beam, just came on the market, asking $460,000.

The place offers 2.5 baths as well as just over 2,000 square feet of space in the Steel Factory Lofts, and it has a lot of the industrial-style design elements that are so popular among in the Kensington, Fishtown and Northern Liberties neighborhoods.

That starts with the living area itself. Like similar lofts, this home has an open floor plan with 14-foot high ceilings that connects the living, dining, and kitchen areas. Oversized windows set into the exposed brick walls let in plenty of light, and the ceiling features exposed wood, pipes, and heating ducts.

The building was constructed in 1919, and the design elements that run throughout the loft serve as a constant reminder of its nearly century-old history. If you’re looking to settle on this place, it asks for a $400 HOA fees in addition to its $460,000 price tag.


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