There’s just something about those brownstones that dot the area around Rittenhouse Square; they’re a little magical, definitely beautiful, and a clear reminder that you’re in an historic Philly neighborhood.
And now, you can live in—or at least get a look at the inside of—one of those brownstones. This spot at 2010 Spruce Street just came on the market with two bedrooms and 1.5 baths for $649,900.
It’s just one of several condos in the same building, and it offers a lot of that brownstone, historic charm inside. There’s an exposed, wood design in the high ceilings; multiple fireplaces; a detailed wood staircase; and decorative crown molding.
Plus, the home is filled with light, thanks to multiple bay windows. The brownstone was built in 1870, and has changed hands several times over the past years, with its most recent sale being 2017. If you’re interested in the spot, expect to pay $600 a month in HOA fees.