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SoPhilly Spotlight: Chalkboard wall edition

This week’s SoPhilly Spotlight is a three bedroom, one bathroom and 1,100 sq. ft. home in Passyunk Square.

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For $234,900, this home at 1543 S. Franklin St. can be yours.

From the listing:

Conservatively priced, this East Passyunk/ Dickinson Narrows, approximately 1100 square foot, two story, town home has been meticulously maintained by the current owner, and boasts features included in much more expensive properties.

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Brand new central air conditioning, newly refinished hard wood floors and granite counter tops to name a few. From the time you enter this handsome, stucco fronted abode, you notice the gleaming hard wood floors, and the spacious rooms.

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The living and dining area┬áprovide an open concept feeling, followed by a massive eat in kitchen with an abundance of wood cabinets, granite counter tops, new flooring and a chalk board wall that screams “Make me Yours”.

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There is also an outer entrance leading to a huge rear, cemented yard, perfect for entertaining, or those family barbecues. The upstairs has new, high end, thick carpeting in all three bedrooms and tons of closet space.

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There is also a handsome three piece ceramic tile bathroom with a tub/ shower combination and a free standing vanity. The basement is full span, clean as a whistle, and contains all utilities, storage and laundry facilities.

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With a walk score of 97, and a plethora of restaurants, and public transportation, this home is Fantastically located, and should sell pretty quickly. Please schedule your appointment today!!!

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2 Responses to SoPhilly Spotlight: Chalkboard wall edition

  1. Constance January 8, 2017 at 1:25 pm #

    Here we go again. Granite counters on top of cabinets from the 80s. Sheesh.

  2. Constance January 8, 2017 at 1:30 pm #

    I don’t consider a couple of shelves with hanging rods to be a closet.

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