Welcome home to your little oasis at 1224 Tree Street! Charming and bright, the original brick facade was recently re-pointed, offering curb-appeal galore. Plus a flowing flower box and loving restored cornice. Walk up the beautiful South Philadelphia marble steps and into an open-concept first floor where you’ll be greeted by the smell of fresh paint. The quintessential row-home vestibule is nothing short of classic and has become a sought-after interior design piece in the last few years--again.
Lovingly maintained over the last eight years, the current owners have made many improvements that include replacing the water heater and rubber roof.
From the sun-drenched living space/dining area, beautiful hardwood floors lead you to the kitchen where you’ll find a gas stove, granite countertops, and a natural light. Continue outside to the spacious back patio where a wall of cinder block covered by faux brick keeps your space private. Stay cool in the central air conditioning while making your way to the yard for for grilling, lounging, or gardening.
Upstairs you’ll find three bedrooms of various sizes - the smaller bedroom in the rear would work perfectly as an office, nursery, or large walk-in closet/dressing room, while the middle and front bedrooms are large enough to accommodate a larger sized beds and furniture. Each bedroom comes with a ceiling fan and the carpet throughout the second floor is newly cleaned. In addition, the Primary, street-facing bedroom has an ornate original built-in closet. The full hallway bathroom is brightly lit with the help of its own window and a hallway closet houses all of your linen, toiletry, and other needs.
With exceptionally high ceilings, possibilities for the semi-finished basement are endless. Major storage, gym, playroom, or a second living space are just a few ideas. A half bathroom adds convenience and a washer & dryer come with the home.
Walking distance to the shops & happenings of East Passyunk Avenue, convenience of the Broad Street Business district and more bakeries/eateries/bars than your belly can handle. It’s safe to say that you won’t be bored (or hungry) residing here. Both a walker and drivers paradise, a quick walk to Broad and the SEPTA bus lines can lead you to the Stadiums and Center City. A drive south puts you on I-95 or I-76 in mere minutes. Come see for yourself!