April 11, 2016
Have you ever spotted a house that seems to perfectly encapsulate the neighborhood it’s in? This three-story Victorian townhouse does just that, capturing the cool, historic, just-a-tad-hipster vibe of Philadelphia’s beloved NoLibs.
“It's part of the culture and part of the history of that neighborhood,” said listing agent Danielle Py-Salas.
“You know what it's really great for? Kids,” Py-Salas added. “It's a great hide-and-seek house.”
She said that kids loved running up and down the staircases and exploring the house’s three levels. It’s a home that invites exploration, with beautiful details waiting to surprise guests.
Take, for example, the exposed brick that pops up in the living room, the inlaid ceiling in the stately dining room or the brick fireplace in the kitchen. The enclosed, outdoor patio features raised flower beds and a cherry tree that blossoms beautifully in the spring.
In a neighborhood where chic new condo projects are sprouting up faster than spring flowers, this home stands out for its own original charm.
See the full listing here.