911 South Bodine St 2-3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom $1550+all utilities (only one of the bedrooms has a door) suitable for a small family or perhaps two roommates, but we don't see it being suitable for three roommates. Nebinger catchment.
Available now. The initial lease would end in May and is potentially renewable in 12-month increments. (Improvements pushed us off our usual rental cycle, June-May)
As you walk down the pedestrian-only granite and brick-paved block gently illuminated with industrial Edison light strings bathing the tiny street in an elegant, warm glow, it's easy to imagine you're walking in Philadelphia's oldest and most historic neighborhood, Queen Village, in 1831, This red brick worker housing row home was built 188 years ago.
Inside you'll find the house has been freshly updated in Benjamin Moore's luxury paint, Aura. New easy care energy star Okna windows make enjoying the privacy and gentle cross breeze easy. Dimmable LED recessed lighting and two new Hunter ceiling fans keep the energy bills low, On the first floor is a very sunny and spacious eat-in kitchen with white wainscoting, stainless rails to hang all of your tools, a Crate & Barrel pot storage shelf, a new 5-burner gas convection range, stainless appliances, an oversized extra-deep Kohler white porcelain sink, glossy oak floors and plenty of cabinet space. Just outside the kitchen door, you'll find a planting wall and enough space for a cafe table and chairs for two. In the intricately wainscotted living room the original fireplace has been updated for today's needs: instant-on gas! On the second floor two bedrooms both with the same intricate millwork as the first floor, glossy oak floors and easy-care energy star windows will be found. One of the bedrooms has a wall-to-wall closet with mirrored doors and a ceiling fan. A three-piece white tiled bath on this floor. On the third floor is another bedroom with two closets, glossy oak flooring, intricate waiscotting and a wonderful Trex deck with oversized pots of perennials and grasses overlooking the neighbors' garden.
3-story brick front expanded trinity house built in 1831 942 SF 16.25' x 32' historic brick and granite street closed to traffic at both ends and lit with industrial light strings Energy Star windows Energy star roof Bryant high efficiency heating and cooling system #57 bus stop 1/2 block away 96 walk score nearby coffee: Java, FedNuts, Hungry Pigeon, Hermans, Ox staircase is narrow and original to 1831. Boxsprings of any size will not go up, and any mattress used must fold. The windows cannot be removed. a grill cannot be used at this house because there is no space for one that meets the City Code regarding grills.
1st floor: front door 30" wide 12'x12' living room recessed LED lights oak floor gas fireplace w/stone hearth extensive moldings sunny 12'x10' eat-in kitchen white cabinets stainless refrigerator, dishwasher, range, vented stove hood ceiling fan white porcelain extra deep Kohler sink with oversized faucet new 5-burner extra roomy gas range w/convection pegged oak hardwood floor small outside area
2nd floor: 12'x12' sunny bedroom, glossy oak floor. Queen sized bed will fit in this room. extensive white moldings wall-to-wall mirrored closet white three-piece tile bathroom w/tub 12'x7' (office/bedroom/walk-in closet) w/shelving. Crib or twin will fit in this room. decorative fireplace with mantle recessed LED lights
3rd floor: 12'x10' master bedroom. Queen sized bed will fit in this room. glossy oak floor extensive white moldings two closets White railed 12'x12' Trex deck overlooking a garden
Basement: washer & dryer mechanicals Bicycle storage is the side path. Bikes cannot be brought into the house.