813 Fernon Street, Philadelphia PA 19148 | $1700

Passyunk Square 

Live the dream in this freshly updated 3 bedroom house on a quiet street in Passyunk Square. Food & Wine magazine named East Passyunk Avenue one of the 10 Best Foodie Streets in America, and 813 Fernon is a mere 3 blocks from Passyunk and several of the best restaurants in Philadelphia, including Noord, Fond, Laurel, and Stateside just to name a few. This house is also three blocks away from Pat’s and Geno’s cheesesteaks, as well as an Acme supermarket. On top of that, the famous Termini Bros bakery, a Philadelphia institution for nearly a century and the home of some of the best cannoli’s you can ever hope to eat, is less than two blocks away. There is great transportation nearby, with a bus going in every direction a block away or less, and the Broad Street Subway only half a mile away.

At nearly 1100 sf, all three bedrooms are large enough for a queen size bed. This house has a nice patio, and a full basement with a full size washer and dryer. All of the appliances in the kitchen and bathroom are brand new, and the original floors have just been refinished! Don’t miss out on living in a great house in one of the most walk-able, bike-able, and transportation accessible neighborhoods in the entire country! Please contact alex(at)solorealty.com with any questions or to schedule a showing. We look forward to hearing from you! Available August 1.

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