Exquisite finishes, prime location, and pristine outdoor space converge to make this a must see home in the heart of Passyunk Square. This 1530 square foot property sits conveniently located between 7th St and 8th St on Ellsworth, just one block south of Washington Ave. This beautiful home boasts incredible accessibility to all of the great restaurants in Queen Village and on East Passyunk Avenue. Enter into the first floor and taken the meddling of original character with modern touches. The living room has all original hardwood flooring, built-in cabinet storage, and 10 feet high ceilings making the space feel airy and expansive. The living room leads you into the prodigious kitchen space with white raised panel cabinet & pantry storage, Corian Anthracite counter-tops, a deep farmhouse style sink, and enough space for a dining area. The back yard space has all brand new concrete pads with a laid brick planter, making it the perfect Spring/Summer/Fall entertaining oasis. The second floor features two large bedrooms.The front bedroom features exposed brick, and exposed duct work with two generously sized closets. The use of space shines on this floor, with the full bathroom with pocket doors on two sides, and the hallway which doubles as an office space, leading you into the second bedroom. This level is all tied to together with the original wide plank flooring. The wide plank flooring continues up to the 3rd floor. The 3rd floor master suite is why you need to buy this home. Built-in closets and storage line the walls of the bedroom space, which can be made private with the sliding pocket doors. The master bathroom suite features a full glass shower, with ceramic tile floors and walls. The master suite is also equipped with a mini fridge with concrete countertops, and wet bar as you walk out to your private 3rd floor roof deck.
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