SoPhilly Spotlight: Vintage decor with modern ugrades edition
This week’s SoPhilly Spotlight is a Lower Moyamensing home with 1,400 sq. ft., including 3 bedrooms plus a den that could be converted to a 4th, and 1.5 baths.
The home, located at 1127 Wolf St., is currently decorated with vintage decor, but the house itself includes upgrades with new appliances and plenty of potential.
More from the listing:
Huge, 3 bed plus den(could be easily onverted to 4th bedroom), 1.5 bath rowhome on sought after block. Just 2 blocks to Broad St and subway, 4-5 blocks to passyunk ave and all stores/restaurants and shops.
Walk into 1st floor foyer and to your left is a large bay window letting in lots of light. Very high ceilings, hardwood floors throughout, cedar lined closet. Separate dining room off of living room.
Updated kitchen with new butcher block counter tops and newly added bar. New backsplash and Stainless steel appliances.
Good size backyard patio great for summer BBQs. 2nd floor has 4 rooms with exposed hardwood floors. Lots of closets in front bedrooms.
Finished basement with bar and half bath along with storage/work space. Spacious, well kept home in a great neighborhood.
4 thoughts on “SoPhilly Spotlight: Vintage decor with modern ugrades edition”
Love a good vestibule
Looks nice. But, I’d really like to see pictures of this: https://www.coldwellbankerhomes.com/pa/philadelphia/931-fernon-st/pid_13554879/
Same price. But I’d sacrifice a good deal for the location trade.
*actually it’s 25K cheaper. I can fix a lot with that savings.
Was this house restored by those great craftsmen at 12/Jackson?
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