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SoPhilly Spotlight: Farmhouse-style kitchen edition

This week’s SoPhilly Spotlight is a Newbold home with some recent renovations. Exposed brick, reclaimed wood, a farmhouse-style kitchen and a recently-renovated bathroom are just a few elements of this home’s charm.


For $214,900, this two bedroom, one bathroom, 1,009 sq. ft. home at 2215 S. Carlisle St. could be yours.

More from the listing:

Nestled away on a quiet street in the up-and-coming Newbold neighborhood, this beautiful 2 bedroom home boasts spacious living areas, a farmhouse-style kitchen, and a newly-renovated bathroom!
Enter through a charming vestibule with exposed brick and reclaimed wood and into an open first floor plan with hardwood flooring, recessed lighting, and charming upgrades like a cubbyhole under the stairs that could be used as a sleeping space for a pet or additional storage and a sizable closet with great potential for a powder room.
A bright, eat-in kitchen offers shining stainless steel appliances, butcher block countertops, pennytile backsplash, a farmhouse sink, and a pantry.
Upstairs, you’ll find two bright bedrooms with generous closet space. A newly-renovated wetroom features an airy shower space with frameless glass doors and bathtub and a bathroom vanity with abundant built-in storage.
Outside, a back patio features a cozy dining nook that’s perfect for dining al fresco! Located in the heart of Newbold with easy access to SEPTA’s Broad Street Line, I-95, and I-76, you’ll be steps away from Ultimo Coffee, South Philly Taproom, L’Angolo Ristorante, and a short walk from East Passyunk Ave restaurants and shops! ¬†

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8 Responses to SoPhilly Spotlight: Farmhouse-style kitchen edition

  1. Tenley February 19, 2016 at 11:06 am #

    Um … maybe I’m missing something, but isn’t the refrigerator completely blocking access to the basement? I don’t see another door under the stairs! Otherwise this place is really cute. Love the glass block!

    • A February 19, 2016 at 12:27 pm #

      Nope, it shouldn’t. It’s a louvered, bi-fold door. A lot of these houses have them. However, if you wanted to take anything big downstairs, you’d have to pull the fridge out to get the proper angle.

      • A February 19, 2016 at 12:28 pm #

        Well, okay, not louvered. But it should be bi-fold!

    • Mitzi February 19, 2016 at 1:01 pm #

      That’s a good point … I guess the purchaser would have to get a shallower fridge, which is a bummer. Still, it is a charming home and the colors are sweet. And with only two bedrooms, you wouldn’t need such a large fridge, perhaps?

    • Galit Winokur February 19, 2016 at 3:24 pm #

      Hi there! Thanks for the good question about my listing. The angle from which the photo is taken makes it seem that the basement door is blocked but it’s not! You can absolutely access the basement.

    • Cheri February 19, 2016 at 4:11 pm #

      You can open the basement door and fridge. There is a space between the door and refrigerator that you can see in the picture.

  2. Jennifer February 20, 2016 at 4:08 pm #

    This is a cute house but why is it a condo? The crime stats around here do not look good.

  3. DJ Joey FM February 23, 2016 at 1:12 pm #

    Yikes, $214,900? $212,600 I can understand, but $214,900 is ridiculous.

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