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.
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!
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.
The hardscaped rear yard is a lovely place to retreat withspace for al fresco dining & entertainment.
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.
The third floor features two additional large bedrooms. This home features an unusual three-level wooden deck with a stunning panoramic view.
Down below, a sophisticated basement waterproofing system adds hundreds of square feet of dry and secure storage.
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.
3 thoughts on “SoPhilly Spotlight: three-level wooden deck edition”
I like! Super cute. Very livable for a family and looks like lotsa good music karma spread throughout!
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.
Uh.. yeah, like billC stated… be careful hanging out on the roof deck, you may catch a stray.
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