1905 E Arizona Street, Philadelphia, PA 19125 | $SOLD

Fishtown/East Kensington 

2129 Square Feet of high quality construction in booming East Kensington. Another amazing corten-steel clad home from Philly’s Red Oak Development. Abundant window glazing on front facade paired with skylight over the central stair make for incredible natural light and open feeling. 1ST FLOOR: Open space with dramatic front stairs following the steel front and window elevation. Kitchen is open to Living/Dining with sliding doors at rear out to great sized Patio. LOWER LEVEL: features Bedroom and Bath, Den, Storage and Mechanicals. 2ND FLOOR: Front Sitting or office area, Bedroom in rear along with Full Bath. 3RD FLOOR: Sitting area in front, Bedroom and Bath with concrete double vanity from Craftwork Design, and Stairs to Roof Deck with spectacular City Skyline and Bridge views. Full laundry, birch flooring, sprinklers, and LED lighting throughout, along with smart tile, color, and fixtures choices that Red Oak is known for. The house is one block from the Dauphin El Station for a 10 minute commute to Center City, and three blocks from the re-energized Frankford Avenue corridor. Comes with 10-year property tax abatement. Brilliantly designed for maximum light and spaciousness. Come and be inspired.

Deborah E. Solo

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

About Fishtown/East Kensington

Some locals claim that Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood received its name from Charles Dickens during a visit. Speculations aside, we’re sure that Fishtown grew as a riverside shipbuilding and fishing community. Centuries later, Fishtown boasts an array of Colonial and Victorian row homes and a
renewed vitality.

Fishtown is home to families, artists, and young professionals looking for more affordable housing close to downtown. Interstate 95 is easily accessible from the neighborhood. SEPTA’s Market Frankford Line  and restored trolley put you in Center City within minutes. With some new nightspots, Philadelphia Brewing Company, music venues, coffee houses, and art studios, Fishtown is becoming a well known, up-and-coming community, bringing more interest and newcomers to the neighborhood.

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