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SoPhilly Spotlight: Artistic Dickinson Square West home edition

This week’s SoPhilly Spotlight is another pretty appealing Dickinson Square West home.

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Located at 1539 S. 5th St., this home is in what Redfin is calling one of the hottest neighborhoods in the country.  On the market for $390,000, this 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom home with 1,865 sq. ft. of space has plenty of unique, artistic details.

More from the RE/MAX listing:

This completely rehabbed home is a work of art! Walk into a large open dining/ living area built for the South Philly socialite including a first floor laundry/ powder room combo.

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The heart on the wall is one of the many unique details in this home.

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Enjoy the classic modern eat-in kitchen with stainless steel appliances, subway tile backsplash, and marble counters.

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The back-yard is perfect for gardening and BBQs. The basement is partially finished and serves for storage or art studio and if almost 1900 sq ft doesn’t suit you, you can add more!

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Upstairs you will find a euro-style bathroom with custom art tile. Enjoy the two adjoining rooms in the middle of the second floor for a bedroom/ office combo.

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The custom tile art in this shower is quite a standout.

The large bedroom on the second floor is being used as a yoga/ meditation room but it would make a spacious second bedroom.

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Finally, head up to the third floor master-suite with grand ceilings with exposed beams. This home is NOT your cookie-cutter rehab.

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Unique artistic details can be found throughout the home. This home is located in Dickinson Narrows, named “2015′s 2nd Hottest Neighborhood in America” by RedFin. Located walking distance to all the delicious eats of Passyunk Square and close enough to the river for a peaceful morning jog. Add this to your MUST-SEE list.

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