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SoPhilly Spotlight: three-level wooden deck edition

This week’s SoPhilly Spotlight is a unique 1,872 sq. ft. home at 1518 S. 15th St. 

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This five bedroom and two bathroom home with a custom mural on the back of the house and a “historic feel” throughout is currently listed for $299,000.

From the listing:

Quick! If you’ve dreamt of a large main street home loaded with character and original details, this rarely offered five bedroom, three story brick-front home at 15th & Dickinson is a unique must see!

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The main level offers a double-deep living room, full dining room, kitchen, half bath, and laundry area. Original plasterwork, woodwork, staircases, railings, doors, and restored flooring throughout give this home a warm historic feel.

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The hardscaped rear yard is a lovely place to retreat withspace for al fresco dining & entertainment.

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On the second level you’ll find two large bedrooms, the home’s main bathroom, a small nursery/dressing room, and pretty built-in hallway bookshelves.

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The third floor features two additional large bedrooms. This home features an unusual three-level wooden deck with a stunning panoramic view.

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Down below, a sophisticated basement waterproofing system adds hundreds of square feet of dry and secure storage.

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This location is a walker’s paradise and offers extraordinary convenience to the Tasker/Morris subway station and SEPTA route #2. Here, local hangouts like Circles, El Soto, Cinemug, and Benna’s South are all just steps from home! This address can also be written as 1518 South 15th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19146.

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3 Responses to SoPhilly Spotlight: three-level wooden deck edition

  1. enneirda October 21, 2016 at 1:42 pm #

    I like! Super cute. Very livable for a family and looks like lotsa good music karma spread throughout!

  2. billC October 21, 2016 at 2:24 pm #

    Beautiful home and well maintained, but I work nearby and I can tell you the 1400 block of Dickinson is problematic at night, starting with the bodega at the corner of 15th.

    • Lou_100x October 24, 2016 at 10:13 am #

      Uh.. yeah, like billC stated… be careful hanging out on the roof deck, you may catch a stray.

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