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SoPhilly Spotlight: Zebra bathroom edition

This week’s SoPhilly Spotlight is a uniquely renovated property at 605 Clymer St. in Bella Vista.


The property has a lot going for it with a beautifully renovated kitchen and unique touches throughout. On the market for $524,000, this 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath home is definitely one worth seeing.

From the Coldwell Banker listing:

┬áPrepare to be “wowed” by this impeccably renovated 2 bedroom, 2.5 bath Bella Vista home located on a secluded block in the MEREDITH school district. Enter through the custom 8ft front door made from reclaimed redwood and you are greeted with an abundance of natural light , 9ft ceilings, a designer kitchen with custom made cabinets, huge durable fireclay farmhouse sink, upgraded energy efficient SS appliances, granite countertops and an island that doubles as a breakfast bar.



Lower level features a great entertainment area with heated tile flooring, custom built in’s made of reclaimed wood and a powder room.



This zebra bathroom is certainly unique


Bedrooms feature California closet systems and the 3rd floor main bedroom features a steam shower and easy access laundry area. Designer light fixtures throughout include Thomas O’Brien, John Rosselli via Circa lighting, Currey and Co and Restoration Hardware.





Home offers hardwood flooring, heated tile floors in all bathrooms and lower level family room, all new windows, exposed brick, custom window treatments throughout, new gas service, water service and all new sewage connections. “Green” features include: high efficiency ductless heating and cooling system, tank less water heater, spray foam insulation and dual flush toilets.


Don’t forget the amazing roof deck with panoramic city views.


What do you think of this designer home?


One Response to SoPhilly Spotlight: Zebra bathroom edition

  1. Constance January 9, 2015 at 10:23 am #

    It’s a beautiful home though the kitchen cabinets are a bit too rustic for my taste. Call me old fashioned but I don’t understand the lack of a railing on the open side of the stairs. There was a previous house featured that had a similar setup. Not ideal if a potential buyer has children.

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