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Sleek Passyunk Square home with tin ceilings, lots of light wants $625K

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Three beds, three baths

Photos, Jordan Cohen, Powelton Digital Media Group

A redone 1920s rowhome that just came on the market in South Philly offers unique details on every floor.

The three-bed, three-bath home at 1412 South 8th Street is asking just shy of $625,000 for its 2,2500-square-foot space. The main floor is bright and cheery with wall molding, hardwood floors, white painted brick, and an updated kitchen.

Upstairs, the second floor offers something different with tin ceilings, painted black brick and a sizable bay window in the home’s second living room.

That sleek, white-and-black color scheme continues on the third floor with the all-black master bedroom (that’s still well lit from its one bay window) and a white railway tile master bath. There’s even an outdoor patio, space for a small garden, and private parking.

The home has undergone a price hike since it was last on the market in 2014, when it sold for just short of $450,000.