Welcome to 1521 N Dover Street - a completely updated 3 bedroom/1 bath home in Brewerytown.
Enjoy the luxuries of living on this private and quaint block. House has new hardwood on first floor with tons of natural light. Kitchen is brand new with custom cabinetry, granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. Rear yard perfect for summer BBQs and/or pets. Basement is full and large, great for storage and laundry. Upstairs has 3 large bedrooms with ample closet space and completely updated full bath. All mechanicals have been updated which helps keep utilities bills low. This will not last long so make it your home!
Now renting for $1,100 a month. Applicants need to provide proof of income. Owner prefers credit scores to be 600 or higher. 3 months needed for move-in (first month, last month and security).
Call Shirlene at 215-219-9257 for more details.
Contact us: http://thesomersteam.com/team/stephanie-somers/
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Today, we're heading to the Art Museum section of Philadelphia to take a peek at 3027 Cambridge Street.
This is Where It's At: This beautiful 2 bedroom property is in an area undergoing major redevelopment and revitalization, on one of the last remaining streets that have not been over-improved in an area that has historically high real estate value. This quiet no-through-way street in the Art Museum section of Philadelphia is close to Brewerytown, Kelly Drive and the Art Museum attractions, positioned South of Girard Avenue.
Come On In: This property is all about the charm and unique features! Some of those features include modern lighting, original refinished hard wood floors, exposed brick, open stairs, modern kitchen and bath, as well as a nice size rear yard. The layout is open and has a contemporary feel with a straight through design. Bright, cheery, and affordable. All of the appliances are included with the sale of this property. The roof, electric and plumbing have all been updated and maintained. This house needs nothing and is in move in condition! Watch your equity grow!
Priced at a steal of $239,900! Contact the Somers Team for more information.
It's an exciting time to be in Brewerytown, with recent additions to the neighborhood including new construction modular homes, an urban farm, and unique new shops along Girard Avenue.
Be a part of Brewerytown and add your own touch at 3016 W Thompson Street. This 2 bedroom 1 bath Brewerytown property is in shell condition and ready for renovation. Located on a quiet street one block from Girard Avenue. Newer roof with many interior features in good shape. No plumbing or electric so flashlight is recommended for evening viewings.
$75,000 makes this a do-not-miss opportunity!
Contact the Somers Team for more information.
1310 N 29th Street
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Welcome to one of the most exquisitely crafted homes in Brewerytown, just one block north of Girard Ave. This 3 bedroom home for sale in Brewerytownhas been completely updated, fully renovated with every attention to detail.
First floor has gleaming hardwood floors with an open layout and plenty of room for entertaining in the living room.
Coat closet (always a plus)
Access to side and rear sizeable yard (perfect for pets and summer bbq)
Recessed Lighting on all floors
Mechanically - everything is new!
Kitchen is amazing with tall custom cabinetry and granite countertops and stainless steel appliances. For kitchen and culinary lovers, this is to die for as the cabinetry and countertops seem endless. Great space for a cocktail party! Basement has been finished which provides for another great media room or office. The upstairs has 3 large bedrooms with ample closet space for each bedroom. Large luxury spa bath has stand up shower and whirlpool tub with his and her sink. Make your appt today to tour this must see 3 bedroom home for sale in Brewerytown
Remax Access, Northern Liberties
The impeccably maintained townhomes at Brewerytown Court in Brewerytown have a great location in a revitalized neighborhood that is minutes away from Fairmount Park and the Art Museum area. The setting of this home is in an impressive gated development with park-like common spaces & beautifully designed exteriors.
The History: Built in 2005
The Goods: Deeded parking for 2. Enter the main level of the "Lager" model (the largest of 2 designs at Brewerytown Court) w/hardwood floors leading to the coat closet, a large garage, & drive-way. The kitchen is upgraded w/recessed lighting, steel back-splash, gas cooking, tile floor, & breakfast bar. The living-room has plenty of natural light and access to a small deck. Central air, custom painted, upgrades throughout.
In the Neighborhood: Be close to everything. Perfect for bikers, runners, and those with children as your new home will be convenient to Fairmount Park's extensive grounds, Kelly Drive, the Art Museum, and the Philadelphia Zoo. Mugshots Coffeehouse is set to open soon and the developments on West Girard Avenue are rising by the day. 30th Street Station and I-76 are nearby, ideal for commuters. Whole Foods and Starbucks are also a short walk.
1302 N 32nd St.
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With a name like Rybread Cafe, you can practically taste the dark strong bread. The 23rd and Fairmount sandwich shop is new to the Fairmount and Brewerytown neighborhoods and it comes with a story that has some backbone to it. Owner Ryan has a background in architecture, a set of skills that we like to think is closely related to how well you can build a sandwich. That would make sense, right? After losing his job during the changing economy, Ryan set off for a road trip across the country for 7 weeks.
He ate quite a few sandwiches and then it hit him. With the cities he visited as sandwich creations on his menu, he developed Rybread Cafe. Which locations inspired his sandwiches?
The NOLA with shrimp salad and greens
The Hollywood with hummus, cucumber, red onion, and shaved carrot
The Philadelphia with genoa salami, hot cappi, prosciutto, sharp provolone, greens, tomato, onions, and vinaigrette.
The bread is such an important base that Rybread stocks the right breads for every occasion, with specific sandwiches calling for a soft sandwich bun, a thoughtful sourdough or a wholesome multigrain, or even a crisp baguette to carry the flavors. There are soups, salads, and breakfast sandwiches to round out the offerings. Then there's the panini menu, that tributes such cities as San Francisco, Lake Tahoe, New York, and the Alexandria. The latter two are both pressed on rye bread.
So next time you're biking through and lunch time is swiftly approaching, brake for some rye bread to bolster your afternoon ride.
2319 Fairmount Ave.
3 BR Townhome for Sale in Brewerytown, Philadelphia – Rare Short Sale Magnificently Upgraded “Lager” Model
3 Bedroom Townhome for Sale in Brewerytown, Philadelphia
Rare SHORT SALE opportunity!
Magnificent, expanded and upgraded 3 BR townhome for sale in Brewerytown with 1,700 square feet of impeccably maintained living space.
The setting of this home is in an impressive gated development with park-like common spaces & beautifully designed exteriors.
Enter the main level of the "Lager" model (the largest of 2 designs at Brewerytown Court) w/hardwood floors leading to the coat closet, a large garage, and drive-way. The 2nd level offers a laundry room, and the 3rd- 4th floors include living, dining, and two bedrooms.
The kitchen is upgraded with recessed lighting, steel back-splash, gas cooking, tile floor, & breakfast bar. The living-room has plenty of natural light and access to a small deck. There is a master bedroom with full tile bath and 2nd BR with full hall bath. The 4th floor offers a 3rd bedroom, hall bath and expanded area for an office.
Some of the additional great features of this 3 BR townhome for sale in Brewerytown include:
- Central air
- Custom painted
- Upgrades throughout
- 6 Year Tax Abatement
- 3 Full Baths
- Plenty of Closet Space
- Deeded Parking for 2 (in addition to the 1 car garage and driveway)
This home is also close to these great Philadelphia Landmarks:
- Fairmount Park and Kelly Drive - great for riding your bike or taking a stroll
- The Free Library
- The Philadelphia Zoo
- The Art Museum
- Please Touch Museum
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Biking in Fairmount Park is one of the best ways to spend an afternoon weekend in Philadelphia. It's especially easy for those that live in Brewerytown or the Art Museum/Fairmount areas, because the Park is practically your back yard.
The gorgeous views and fresh air will help you unwind, and the winding roads that hold the secrets of Fairmount Park will satisfy any adventure-seekers.
Some persistent riders even make it all the way to Devil's Pool, a secret 30-foot waterfall in the Park.
You can check out the Fairmount Park site for trails in the area that are suitable for any rider, whether you are a beginner or a seasoned cyclist. Even if you don't bike, Kelly Drive is perfect for jogging.
[photos via Lauren Chesnutt from hellopa.wordpress.com]
If you're an adult and you've never been to the Philadelphia Zoo (or haven't gone since that class trip years ago), the Summer Ale Festival is an opportunity to have an animal adventure, grown-up style. If you happen to live in nearby Brewerytown, just consider this instead of another evening at your local pub.
This is the second year for the annual fundraising event brought to us by the Philadelphia Zoo and Rolling Barrel Events. Expect lifesize LEGO brick animals as part of Creatures of Habitat: A Gazillion Piece Animal Adventure. Craft beer from several breweries including Dock Street, Manayunk Brewery, Philadelphia Brewing, Victory, and others will be on tap. Regional cuisine from local favorites like Cantina Dos Segundos, the Abbaye, Rembrandts, and more will be served.
During the event, you can vote for Philly's Favorite Summer Beer. The beer that receives the top votes will be announced in the July/August issue of Philly Beer Scene Magazine.
Tickets range from $25 for designated drivers to $55 for general admission and $80 for VIP access. You can purchase tickets on the web site.
We're a city that loves animals just as much as we love our beer, and with this event, you can have a good time appreciating both.
Summer Ale Festival
Saturday, July 24
6:30 - 10 PM
Art is soul food. Soul food is art. The two go together nicely, and the second year of Art + Soul Food in Brewerytown is this Saturday, June 12 from 2 - 6pm. From 26th to 29th Streets along Girard Avenue, the sights and smells will envelop you. On the sidewalk, 20 businesses and galleries will celebrate the arts and delicious tastes of soul food. While you're at it, you can watch some art in progress. Muralist Willis Humphrey has plans to paint a new mural with volunteers during the event. Brewerytown's own Darryl McCray (known as Cornbread, the godfather of graffiti in Philadelphia) will debut the trailer of his documentary "Cry of the City". The Heineken Afterparty will be held at North Star Bar.
Make sure you get a piece of that cornbread.