46 E PASTORIUS STREET, PHILADELPHIA, PA 19144
You've been dreaming of that perfect home for quite some time--with plenty of space, a private yard, modern amenities and just enough original character. And now here it is, in full, living color! And as you walk up the front steps of this charming 3-story twin, you'll smile at the cheerful blue accents to the stoic stone, and be hoping this might just be 'the one.' As you open the front door and take in the wide open living room with restored mantle and surround, recessed lighting, high ceilings and solid wire-brushed Brazilian teak floors (throughout!), you'll be quite sure this is it. There's a cheerful half bath tucked neatly next to the stairs and a rare full coat closet! The vibrant kitchen is a dream-come-true: expansive Carrera gris countertops, a 36-inch farmhouse sink, stainless steel appliances, classic subway tile backsplash, custom pallet wood accent wall, plenty of cabinets, and even a full pantry and bar area. The second floor has 3 bedrooms (or turn one into the home office you've been pining for) and a spacious hall bath with soaking tub. The entire third floor is a spacious master suite with spa-like bathroom featuring a double marble vanity and enormous glass-enclosed luxury shower. The finished basement adds an extra 500 square feet of living space, with a restored mantle as the centerpiece for your entertainment area, plenty of storage, and the laundry room. Out back is the outdoor space of your dreams: the covered side porch is the perfect place to enjoy a glass of wine and a magazine under the pendant lights, while the kids (whether they have 2 legs or 4) entertain themselves in the fenced yard. This home is not just beautiful, it's got plenty of substance too, featuring necessities like central air, new electrical service, and all new windows. With ample street parking, community gardens down the street, and Germantown Ave at the end of the block, it'll be quite clear that it was worth the wait--this is the new home you've been dreaming of, all by locally esteemed renovator, Red Hammer Contracting.