1912-14 Brandywine Street, Philadelphia, PA 19130 | $2,250,000

Art Museum 

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Exceptional double-wide carriage house in a prime location, the ultimate live/work configuration. This light-filled, 4,480 square feet home with a garage and roof deck has an open floor plan and is located on a quiet, tree-lined block. The first floor includes slate floor entry with access to a double-wide studio/workspace with a full bath, garage, and office. The second-floor open floorplan includes a living room, dining room, two bedrooms divided by a custom wall of steel-frame shoji doors; 15-foot ceilings, designer lighting, and white oak floors. It also features a full bath, two sinks, and a walk-in travertine-lined shower. The modern kitchen features concrete countertops, a farmhouse sink, and ample cabinet space. Pull-down stair accesses partial attic. A spiral stair leads to a stunning Ipe deck with panoramic city skyline views that traverses the entire roof. On the roof are established planters and a full watering system. This property is a rare gem with myriad design and configuration possibilities and is within walking distance of the best Philadelphia has to offer. Ready for immediate occupancy.

Deborah E. Solo

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

About Art Museum

Philadelphia’s Art Museum neighborhood is rich in Victorian-era architecture and close to many of the city’s world-renowned museums and landmarks including the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Rodin Museum, Eastern State Penitentiary, Franklin Institute, Free Library of Philadelphia, and soon, the new Barnes Foundation on the Parkway. Philadelphia’s Art Museum neighborhood borders on Fairmount Park, the nation’s largest municipal park — an ideal location for hiking, biking, sports, a run with the dog, or a lazy day in the sun. In recent years the Art Museum area has blossomed with bistros, taverns, grocery stores, cafés, and a prized community garden, the Spring Gardens. Other names for this Philadelphia neighborhood and its neighbors include Fairmount, Spring Garden, and Francisville among others. Brewerytown, another Philadelphia neighborhood on the rise, sits northwest of the Art Museum.

The neighborhood is served by plenty of public transportation options including buses and trolleys.

Art Museum Links:

Spring Garden Civic Association