SoPhilly Spotlight: Vintage ‘Hutchinson House’ edition
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For this week’s SoPhilly Spotlight, we bring you a cute little number that has so many vintage details it could make you start doing the Twist.
This 2-bed, 1-bath rental home at 2003 S. Hutchinson St. (between 10th and 11th, near McKean) has about 1,000 square feet, a great location and a kitchen straight out of “Leave it to Beaver” (in a cute kind of way). It’s going for $1,550 a month. The place is ready for move-in immediately, and the rent would be free for the rest of October.
From the Craigslist listing:
Hutchinson House is a beautifully maintained two-bedroom full of original architectural details: yellow pine hardwood, harlequin glass, brass-and-crystal doorknobs, Youngstown Kitchens steel-and-chrome cabinets and more!
Here’s another cool feature:
Private backyard with mosaic art.
And did we mention the location?
All in the city’s best neighborhood, a five-minute stroll off East Passyunk Avenue, where you’ll find a craft-beer bottle shop, French-Cambodian bakery, organic grocery, vintage furniture store, garden center, pet boutique, weekly farmers’ market and some of the best restaurants in town. Bike and walk everywhere, or hop public transport just a block away.
You can find some more information on the house’s dedicated website here and the Craigslist listing here.
So, what do you think?
9 thoughts on “SoPhilly Spotlight: Vintage ‘Hutchinson House’ edition”
A mortgage would be less than what they are asking for rent.
that’s typically how it works..
Assuming you have at least $30K for the down payment….
Fair price for a rental..
Add closing costs…
just sold this.. beautiful house!
Anddd I’m rented! Two-year lease to a couple of wonderful California transplants! Thanks for the comments everyone, especially our seller’s agent Ryan McCan and buyer’s agent Jeanne Whipple.
Hutchinson is between 9th and 10th.. and looks gorgeous
is naming a house a legitimate practice in USA? I only ask because I want to.
What a great way to market a house! And what a lovely home!
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