1727 S 10th Street, Philadelphia, PA, 19148 | $2500

Passyunk Square 

Exquisitely renovated corner house for rent in Passyunk Square. This three bedroom, two and a half bath home has central air and light pouring in with windows on three sides. Enter through a gated front area and vestibule, both could work well for bicycle storage, into a spacious living and dining room, with large windows on two sides. Reclaimed wood floors, ceiling fans, and artistic light fixtures help make this a unique and appealing space. A spacious kitchen with a large island, copious counter space and ample cabinets and drawers, provides a great area for cooking, dining, and entertaining. Through the kitchen is an extra storage room with a half bath and a private patio. Upstairs at either end of the hall there are spacious bedrooms. The front bedroom has an exquisite en suite bathroom. There is also a beautiful hall bathroom as well. There is great closet space. The house also has a full basement with laundry and plenty of storage space. Available now. Tenant pays all utilities. Please contact alex(at)solorealty.com with any questions or to schedule a showing. We look forward to hearing from you! We are sorry that due to the Governor~s mandate we are unable to make appointments to show the unit at this time. Please contact us with questions regarding the unit, and enjoy the virtual tour!

Alejandro Franqui

p 215-564-7656 email alex@solorealty.com

About Passyunk Square

Many call Passyunk Square a “hot” neighborhood. Others call it “the cool place to be.” Either way, there are many reasons to call it “home.”

With boundaries extending from Washington Avenue south to Tasker Street, and from 6th Street west to Broad, East Passyunk Square forms the heart of the community. Lined with restaurants, bars, boutiques, spas, salons, and more, it encompasses everything from Italian BYOs to gastropubs taking bar food to new levels. Other popular Passyunk Square destinations include Philadelphia’s Italian Market and the two restaurants that form one of the fiercest culinary rivalries in history — Pat’s versus Geno’s.

Passyunk Square has a promising future, and the community’s architecture proudly reflects its past. Large brownstones and trinities comprise much of the mix. There’s also an assortment of red brick row homes mixed with others built in the Federal and Colonial styles.

Passyunk Square Links:

Passyunk Square Civic Association
Philadelphia’s Italian Market