https://www.phillymag.com/ Just featured in Philadelphia Magazine!This grand old dame looks as fresh and sharp as the day it was completed, thanks to owners who have invested in its upkeep. Their efforts have created a comfortablecontemporary home within this welcoming Victorian shell. This was one of the first homes built for Henry Houston in 1885 by famed architects George and William Hewitt. It has a foyer entrance, hardwood floors, two fireplaces, floor to ceiling windows, and an updated kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. The second floor has a spacious master bedroom and recently renovated master bath, and two other bedrooms, laundry and an additional half bath. The third floor has jack and Jill bedrooms with an updated full bath. There is central air, off street parking, a gorgeous wrap around porch and front, side and backyards. The location can't be beat. The St Martins train station for an easy commute to Center City is a half a block away, SCH, The Cricket Club, Pastorious Park, the beautiful Wissahickon Valley of Fairmount Park and the many shops and restaurants of Germantown Avenue are all within easy walking distance. You don't want to miss this one. Make an appointment to see this special home today.
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