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SoPhilly Spotlight: Pricey in Point Breeze edition

For this week’s SoPhilly Spotlight, we take you to 1334 S. Carlisle St., which is about a block from Broad and Reed streets. At $360,000, it also happens to be the most expensive house currently on the market west of Broad, south of Washington.

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Granted, it is a big, new house – 3 bedrooms, 3 full baths in more than 2,100 square feet with a cool rooftop patio and only built a year ago.

 

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From the listing, by Century 21 Advantage Gold- South Philadelphia:

Open floor plan three stories.. Large living room, dining room and a formal chef’s kitchen featuring mahogany wood cabinetry, granite counter tops, frigidaire appliances and a 6ft island breakfast bar. Second floor has 2 large bedrooms and a fully tiled bath. Third floor is your master suite complete with master bath larges walk in closet and your own wet bar leading to your private deck. Basement is full finished with beautiful tile flooring. This is your ultimate city dwelling. Close to all hot spots, entertainment shopping and public transportation.

The basement, presumably?

The basement, presumably?

That might be the master, but they need to get a better photographer in there to show this puppy off properly.

That might be the master, but they need to get a better photographer in there to show this puppy off properly.

 

The wet bar

The wet bar

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Without trying to sound too snotty, the construction is a little, say, Home Depot-y for the price (not that Passyunk Post world headquarters is the epitome of high design, or anything).

Does this price make sense?

 

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2 Responses to SoPhilly Spotlight: Pricey in Point Breeze edition

  1. JO August 3, 2013 at 7:18 am #

    OF COURSE NOT, LET US KNOW WHAT IT SELLS FOR

  2. philly gurll August 3, 2013 at 3:04 pm #

    That jawn is like summer school, no class at all. Tres
    bleh, ehh, and meh. Unlike summer school it is awful
    spendy.

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