1106 South Bodine St 937 SF 2 bd 1.5 bath expanded trinity rented until 5/31/2020 (NOT AVAIL IN 2019) 3 stories plus basement
recent utilities (water, gas, electric) 9/18 $59.67 10/18 $103.06 11/18 $120.93 12/18 $176.29 1/19 $156.28 2/19 $215.23 3/19 $194.22 4/19 $128.14 5/19 $106.30 6/19 $123.58 7/19 $148.40 8/19 $117.32 9/19 $105.82 10/19 $97.37 11/19 $119.60 1/2 block from Washington at Jefferson Square Park 3 minute walk to FedNuts, Java, Herman's Coffee and the Pennsport Beer Boutique Within a block Indego bike share and a car shares 4 blocks from the Dickinson Square Park Farmers' Market and additional bike and car shares Between Ellsworth+Federal, Moyamensing+3rd 94 walk score built in 1831
The house was renovated to the studs in 2016 (see the photos at the bottom of the page) and freshly painted with Benjamin Moore's luxury Aura paint.
Located on a tiny cart street** of just a few houses, one block from bike and car shares, the #57 bus and Jefferson Square Park. One block from Washington Ave Green Park on the Delaware River.
94 walk score 91 bike score The heating/cooling Energy Star quiet, wall hung minisplit sytem, two-button Water Sense toilets, Energy Star cool roof, energy efficient windows and LED lights throughout make this house a very energy-smart choice.
NOT SUITABLE for roommates. The house is open floor plan throughout. Half bath on the second floor. Third floor en suite with a walk-in closet and full bath. You have to walk through the 3rd floor bedroom to get to the full bathroom.
First floor: 20' x 12' open floor plan living room and kitchen with original 1831 wide width pine and reclaimed wood floors. Exposed brick walls, reclaimed wood wall in the kitchen fitted with shelving and kitchen accessories, stainless steel appliances (including a new in 2017 stainless extra large capacity five burner gas convection range*), stainless refrigerator with bottom freezer and wine rack, shelf and accessory-lined pantry, deep white sink, oak butcher block countertop, oversized faucet, energy efficient french door to a wood-decked private patio, and energy Star personal heating/cooling minisplit HVAC unit
Second floor: 20' x 12" open floor plan bedroom/sitting room/study with original c. 1831 pine floors, and 1/2 bath with marble floor and vintage crystal chandelier, exposed brick walls, original nonworking fireplace, white shelving, recessed LED lights, vintage crystal chandelier with LED bulbs in office/sm bedroom area, deep closet, energy Star personal heating/cooling minisplit HVAC unit
Third floor: privacy door to 20' x 12' bedroom with original 1831 wood pine floors, exposed brick walls, walk-in closet with vintage crystal chandelier with Edison bulbs, en suite white tile bath with tub, new chrome fittings, vintage crystal chandelier, and energy Star personal heating/cooling minisplit HVAC unit
13'8" x 10' basement: two storage shelf units and washer and new commercial gas dryer
STREET PARKING. NO LIMIT, METERS OR PERMITS REQUIRED NOW.
No smoking anywhere.
Bike storage is sidewalk only.
*New stainless gas range with convection details: large capacity (5.8cf) new 5 burner edge-to-edge cast iron grill stainless gas range with the ability to sear and boil quickly with the 17,000 BTU SpeedHeat™ burner, fan convection cooking, a built-in sensor that monitors oven temperature and adjusts the cooking elements to help food bake evenly, an accu-simmer® burner that will melt chocolate and simmer sauces with a controlled heat, an easyview™, an extra-large oven window (the industry's largest window available), a max capacity recessed rack that not only makes room for large items, but also secures items that might slide around. This specialized recessed rack sits low in the oven to also crisp the bottom of pie crusts, pizzas and more. The range is a Whirlpool, #1 Selling Appliance Brand in the U.S.A.
**Streets like this are quite common in Philadelphia and are the result of the large size of the blocks, which were planned by William Penn to accommodate houses with gardens. As the city grew, the blocks were subdivided by the owners as they saw fit, with no idea of making the small streets they laid out in dividing them conform to any over-all plan.