Calling all investors!
Looking for a "No Brainer Opportunity"? Look no further, great opportunity awaits at 6302 Greenway Avenue. This Southwest Philadelphia home features 3 Bedrooms/2 Baths with a bonus room in the basement. Rear yard would be perfect for BBQs in the summer. Perfect location for shopping, restaurants, and minutes away from the major highways.
An opportunity of this magnitude is just too good to pass up! Inform your investors today! Owner motivated!!! We welcome your visit. Easy to show. Contact the Somers Team for more information.
Metro's Philadelphia Eater's Guide noted some of our favorite foodie destinations beyond cheesesteak purveyors... the often overlooked Philly is full of exciting new restaurant concepts and incredible chefs and dishes that don't often get the recognition that they deserve. So this week's tip? Eat up! Here's a few more places to check out next time you're in town:
In Northern Liberties and Point Breeze:
Circles is the beloved thai BYO that opened a location in Northern Liberties earlier this year, bringing the spice to another hot neighborhood. Try the seitan satay and the best pad thai in the city, then take a stroll over to the Piazza or Liberties Walk to cool off.
In Rittenhouse Square:
Vernick Food & Drink is worth checking out for their delicious "toast" creations, such as the fromage blanc and pickled cherries or the charred spinach and leeks. This bistro knocks out some beautiful dishes and craft cocktails, all with a great view of Walnut Street. Head to Rittenhouse Square or to the Franklin for an after-dinner cocktail.
Both Frankford Hall and Loco Pez rank high on our list for excellent scene-watching in the eclectic Fishtown neighborhood. And the food and drink are swell, too! The former is a funky beer garden with enormous pretzels and even bigger beers to work those biceps. The latter pumps out super cheap tacos and margs for a lively crowd. We recommend visiting earlier or on a weekday to get a seat, as wait times can be long on weekends. Then experience the 14 Reasons to Live in Fishtown.
So welcome! We hope you can squeeze in a visit to one of these essential Philly eateries on your visit.
New to Point Breeze, or curious about the neighborhood? Head on over to the grand opening of the newest OCF Coffee House (there's one at 1745 South Street, as well) from OCF Realty, tomorrow, August 16th. This neighborhood just gets better each month, and now there's excellent coffee to be had, too.
1506 S 24th Street is a stunning 3 Bedroom Home in Graduate Hospital with the works...including...sardine sandwiches?
That's right, this home is near the newly opened American Sardine Bar (the former Wander Inn) where you can expect a playful inventive menu and great beer just a few blocks away.
But back to the goods. This home has hardwood floors on the 1st floor, an open floor plan with large living and dining rooms, a kitchen with glass back splash, stainless appliances, polished granite counter tops, new cabinetry, and access to the rear yard. The yard is a beautiful addition to this home with fencing and brick paver patio with professional landscaping. The 2nd floor has all new neutral color carpeting, a new 3 piece bathroom with storage vanity and spacious rooms. Central air, in move-in condition and a fantastic opportunity!
Check it out...and then book your tour with the Somers Team! And end it with a bite and a nip at American Sardine Bar.
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Bloktoberfest is taking over the streets of South Street West (southwest of Center City) tomorrow for a day of free music and plenty of street food that will highlight local businesses in the neighborhood. Fall's best craft beer, emerging local artists, and Philly's hottest food trucks? Now that's a block party.
Start at the Bloktoberfest Welcome Tent sponsored by Rittenhouse Market at 21st and Christian, where you can pick up a $12 Beer Pass that is good for a beer stein and 3 drink tickets. Live performances will be on the Blok Stage and at Shiloh Gallery. For the full schedule and more details, check out the Bloktoberfest site.
If you haven't ventured around this neighborhood before, or if it's been too long, this is the perfect time to check it out.
Proceeds from Bloktoberfest are directed toward vital architectural preservation work for the Shiloh Baptist Church at 2040 Christian St, a a neighborhood landmark designed by Frank Furness in 1868 and listed in the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places.