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2315 Amber St Philadelphia, PA 19125 | $439,000

Fishtown/East Kensington 

*This property is currently under contract*

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Renovated and newly refreshed 1,746 sq ft townhouse with lots of attention to detail, 18 ‘ wide in the heart of East Kensington. Walk to shops, restaurants, and markets. Enter into the living/dining room, visually open to the kitchen with stainless steel appliances, generous counter space, lots of cabinets, and a breakfast bar. There is an entry closet and a powder room plus a good size patio completing the first floor. The second floor has front and rear bedrooms with good closet space. There is a hall tiled bath with a double sink and a hall linen closet. The third floor, main Bedroom suite, is an amazing space with a dramatic cathedral ceiling, two skylights, a separate laundry room/closet, and a full bath with a double sink and tiled shower. There is a full basement with mechanicals and plenty of room for extra storage. The wood floors were just refinished throughout.

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.

Links:
New Kensington CDC

East Kensington Neighbors Association

Fishtown Neighbors Association

NEIGHBORHOOD PAGE