Listing provided courtesy of: Keller Williams Philadelphia
Welcome to 247 S Felton St, a brand new renovation with a TON of original detail! This home features 3BD/2BA and an additional bedroom/flex space in the basement. The charm sweeps you away as soon as you step up to the front door starting with the stained glass, original doors/trim and original refinished hardwood floor. The galley kitchen features brand new white shaker cabinets and has a pass-through window into the dining area. The second floor features three bedrooms and a bathroom that was designed to fit the style of the home. The finished basement features a den in the front, full bathroom in the center and a bedroom/flex space (complete with an egress stairway) in the rear. This one won't last. Schedule your showing today!
Rubber, Public Sewer, Cable TV Available, Electric Available, Natural Gas Available, Phone Available, Sewer Available, Water Available
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