Surround yourself with unique details and fine finishes in this pet friendly loft condo situated in the heart of Old City. Located at The Wireworks Condominiums, this recently remodeled 1bed and 1bath home features a spacious living area, modern open concept kitchen and incredible details in every room. Step inside the foyer onto rich hardwood flooring that continues throughout the home. Soaring beamed ceilings, exposed brick, and large east-facing windows create an open and inviting atmosphere. The spacious living area offers built-in shelving and plenty of dining space. The open concept kitchen offers light wood cabinetry complimented by a custom tile backsplash and stainless steel appliances. A large breakfast bar offers additional seating and serving space. The exposed brick and beamed ceiling continues into the bedroom where you will find built-in shelving and ample closet space. The nicely appointed three-piece bathroom offers access from the bedroom and hallway. A convenient laundry closet, complete with a washer and dryer, completes this condo. The building offers an upgraded courtyard, stylish lobby, remodeled hallways (2012), bike storage plus an additional storage unit for all of the extras. Newer Heating and Air Condition systems along with a recently installed hot water heater and electrical panel give this condo a leg up on the competition. Conveniently located just steps from Sassafras Market, Cafe Ole, Race Street Cafe and loads of unique restaurants, boutiques and art galleries. Race Street Pier, Independent Mall, Washington Square Park and much more are just a few blocks away! APPROVED FOR FHA + VA FINANCING. Restrictions on renting your condo per building rules.
About this Building
The many miles of wire produced at the c. 1900 Wireworks building at the turn of the 20th century helped to electrify the U.S. and connect thousands of telephones and telegraphs. Built by Alfred Fitler Moore (his grandfather had been producing wire in the U.S. since 1820 for women’s bonnets...Learn More
Old City is the sort of place where you might expect Benjamin Franklin to stroll past on his way to pay a visit to Betsy Ross at her home at 239 Arch Street. After all, the neighborhood is home to Independence National Historical Park and the many buildings where our Founding Fathers hammered out and debated the principles that guided the founding of the United States of America.
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